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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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Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, Priests for Life and the Pro-Life Action League will be joining forces to co-sponsor the second annual National Day of Remembrance for the unborn Sept. 13.

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Award-winning composer and songwriter, Julie Carrick of Carrick Ministries, joins Fr. Rob Clements to talk about what it means to be a "Catechetical Artist" and share the faith through music.

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In this episode of Catholics Matter, Fr. Rob Clements is joined by Steve Zabilski, Executive Director of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, to explore the impact SVdP has in the greater-Phoenix area. To learn more, visit: www.stvincentdepaul.net

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AIMS scores came out this week. Take a look at a unique national norm test that only one local Catholic school reportedly uses.

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The Crosier Community of Phoenix has a new local superior. Fr. Tom Enneking, OSC, was elected prior, succeeding Fr. Dave Donnay, OSC, whose term...

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"Tonight gives us the opportunity to say we will not tolerate this kind of evil, we will no longer take attacks on our faith sitting down," Fr. Lankeit said.

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St. Joseph the Worker’s Mobile Success Unit is bringing a transportable computer lab, job data bank, clothing closet, hygiene supplies and other materials to job seeking clients at shelters giving new meaning to job searchers wanting to "pound the pavement."

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Fr. John Lankeit, rector of Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral in Phoenix, is urging local Catholics to gather for a 7 p.m. holy hour July 25 in order to pray that a black mass scheduled to take place Sept. 21 in Oklahoma City will be canceled.

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Fans of ABC's "Shark Tank" which brings entrepreneurs in front of successful loan sharks to take their company to the next level would have been proud of some Phoenix-area teenagers. Nearly two dozen high school students trained with Seed Spot to start a socially conscious business.

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Benedictine University at Mesa is delivering on its promise to make Catholic education affordable and available via a $10,000 Benedictine Promise Award. Freshmen and sophomores who show academic progress can earn the award which is applicable during their second semester senior year.

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