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The Catholic Sun, as the official news source for the Diocese of Phoenix, shares in the mission of evangelizing the Catholic faithful, under the direction of the bishop, by providing news, information, education, a forum for discussion and guidance in matters of faith, morals and spiritual life.
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Take an in-depth look at the hidden sweetness of hardship from “Humanum,” a three-day colloquium on the complementarity of man and woman organized by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Take an in-depth look at men and women from “Humanum,” a three-day colloquium on the complementarity of man and woman organized by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Take an in-depth look at the beauty of marriage from “Humanum,” a three-day colloquium on the complementarity of man and woman organized by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Take an in-depth look at the beauty of marriage from "Humanum," a three-day colloquium on the complementarity of man and woman organized by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Arizona Rosary Celebration Photos on Flickr Photos by Billy Hardiman. Reporting by Joyce Coronel. They came by the busload to implore the intercession of the Blessed...

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Watch Cristofer Pereyra on a recent episode of Horizonte, KAET Eight's weekly television program that explores issues of particular interest to the local Hispanic community.

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Fr. William Waldron, who was incardinated into the Diocese of Phoenix in 1970 and served at eight Valley parishes before retiring from St. Elizabeth Seton in Sun City, died Nov. 5. He was 88.

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Xavier College Preparatory's golf team captured its fourth consecutive state title Nov. 7 by shooting a record-breaking 567 and finishing nine under par.

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Priests and deacons sing the Salve Regina as Msgr. McMahon's casket leaves the Church. This tradition dates back centuries, allowing priests to commend their brother to the Mother of God.

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Starting in Fall 2015, University of Mary students will have the option of completing a bachelor’s degree in 2.6 years and a master’s degree in four. Hailed as Year-Round Campus, this first-of-its-kind option provides a new and radical pathway for completing traditional undergraduate and graduate degrees in less time and at a lower cost, with normal course loads and a full college experience.

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