The Catholic Sun

The Catholic Sun is the official source of news for the Diocese of Phoenix. We share in the mission of evangelizing the Catholic faithful by providing news, information, education, a forum for discussion and guidance in matters of faith, morals and spiritual life.

Four local actors and two ensemble casts are turning into junior pros on stage.

The Phoenix Sons took on the Church Fathers to a game of basketball for vocations awareness in the Diocese of Phoenix. This seminarians vs. priests challenge drew a crowd of 700+ and is going to become an annual event.


The film is about religious sisters across the U.S., but as a Phoenix seminarian put it, the piece is equally "about one's encounter with the one we love: Christ Himself."

Cardinal Seán O’Malley, OFM Cap., archbishop of Boston and chairman of the Committee on Pro-Life Activities of the USCCB, responded to recent videos showing leaders from Planned Parenthood discussing the provision of fetal organs, tissues, and body parts from their abortion clinics.


A Catholic writer, who happens to be one of our columnists, discusses "compassionate immigration reform" for “On Point with Tomi Lahren,” a political talk show on One America News Network.

Benedictine University at Mesa is offering academic degrees for students eager to be part of an increasingly bilingual workforce.

What do a basketball tournament and a vocation to the priesthood have in common? They are both chances to create a “slam dunk” for the Lord.

The College of St. Scholastica has added Timothy Schmaltz as an adjunct faculty associate and consultant at the school’s social work program based out of Mesa Community College (MCC).


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