Thanksgiving traditions old and new abound across the Diocese of Phoenix from food drives to a "visit" from Elizabeth of the Mayflower.
Someone heading toward me that I know is going to ask for money, I tense up. Why? I'm not physically intimidated. Certainly, giving them a dollar isn't going to break me.
Two parishes and a school invite Catholics to their theatrical productions this weekend only. See "Viva Cristo Rey," "Late Nite Catechism" and "Cinderella: A Ragtime Musical." Order tickets now. One of them will not be sold at the door.
Screenshot from Part 1 of "Junipero Serra and the California Missions." If you cue up the 3:45 mark, you will see shortly a...
It's not too early to shop for Christmas. In fact, it's now or never at some parishes holiday boutiques. I scored some great deals at one parish's Christmas boutique and missed my chance at another. Just so you don't miss your chance, here are some ideas of where to shop and who will benefit from your purchase. And when you combine it with Mass, it will be worth the drive.
His wife had been unfaithful and now she wanted to come back. He was willing to consider. I admired his openness to forgiving.
There are lots of interesting stories about the early years of discovery in Southern California. Many are not true, but that doesn’t mean the actual truth is completely known.
Need something to do this weekend? Here are some ideas for spiritual enrichment, family fun and food all supporting Catholic causes. Don't forget the documentary on Pope Francis airs Sunday.
If we are your only/main source for Catholic news, you're missing some other worthwhile reads. Here are some headlines of interest from other diocesan papers
"¡Qué viva Cristo Rey!" Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo Nevares shouted from the pulpit at San Miguel Arcangel Church in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. We weary pilgrims journeyed from Mexico City to the state of Guanajuato and found another beautiful town square beneath another magnificent church steeple.