The Catholic Sun

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Fr. Leo, host of "Grace Before Meals" shows us how to make peanut stew, a common dish in Niger, a west African country that The Catholic Sun reported on in 2012 and 2013.


Paul Mulligan, chief executive officer of Catholic Charities Community Services that serves the Diocese of Phoenix, highlights local projects in this public service announcement for Catholic Charities USA.


Mark Hart, executive vice president of Life Teen's content and identity and a Catholic in the Diocese of Phoenix, gives web viewers a sneak peek of the Gospel reading for the Third Sunday of Lent in this daily #ShareJesus video series.

Recientemente Inglaterra ordeno a su primera obispa anglicana. Ocasión ideal para hablar del sacerdocio en la Iglesia Católica y las mujeres.


ICYMI: Here is Bishop Olmsted's homily from Feb. 22, the first Sunday of Lent.

The College of St. Scholastica is offering scholarships to the first cohort of the school’s new bachelor-level social work program. It debuts this fall in the Valley.


The Benedictines of Mary are a contemplative order who is once again making some noise by releasing its fourth musical album tomorrow. "Easter at Ephesus" is a 27-track album that features a seasonal array of chants and hymns.


Straight from Tanzinia, watch how ugali and bean soup is made. It's one way to enjoy a meatless meal on this second Friday of Lent and eat in solidarity with more than 1.25 million people in East Africa's largest nation.

Are you sitting on the couch … looking at your spouse … wondering where the excitement went? Rebecca Sauer, licensed counselor at Catholic Charities, gives these top six ways to start reconnecting with your spouse.


Paz de Cristo was in the community spotlight on "Mesa Morning Live" Feb. 13. Its executive director highlighted ways the nonprofit supports guests without homes or struggling to make ends meet.


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