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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.

Conversion stories make up the core of "The Journey Home," a program aired weekly on EWTN. Roger Dubin, a parishioner at Sacred Heart in Prescott, recently shared his story.


Whether you're looking for adult, teen or child-friendly resources, we're giving you a little time to prepare for the four-week season of Advent that will prepare you to embrace the Christmas season.


Connect with messages and resources for celebrating 800 years of Dominican influence in the Church.


The fifth annual Bemis Bowl returns this Thanksgiving with men and women expected to compete in the friendly football tournament.

WASHINGTON (CNA/EWTN News) — Catholic and Lutheran bishops have signed a declaration that they hope solidifies areas of “consensus” on matters of faith while providing a path forward for more dialogue.

OTTAWA (CNA/EWTN News) — As Canada moves toward legalizing assisted suicide, Catholic bishops and a large Protestant coalition — along with Jewish and Muslim leaders — have joined together to reaffirm the need to help the suffering without killing them.

MEXICO CITY (CNA/EWTN News) — Pope Francis will visit Mexico City in February 2016, Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrerra announced on Sunday.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (CNA/EWTN News) — A television show’s promise of a live exorcism rite is more dangerous than it thinks, the Archdiocese of St. Louis warned.

GALLUP, New Mexico (CNA/EWTN News) — Fr. Matthew Keller has always been kind of a car guy. “Actually, a lot of a car guy,” he told CNA, laughing. He went to technical school as a teenager — “vocational school, funny enough” — and has worked on cars with his dad and brother-in-law since he was young.

Catholic health care professionals not only work to heal mental and physical health, they’re also devoted to the spiritual welfare of their patients. It’s a message Catholic healthcare workers unite around annually at the White Mass, celebrated in October, near the feast of St. Luke, patron saint of physicians and named for the color typically worn by healthcare professionals.


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