We thought we'd share some related resources we ran across from our friends in the Catholic media on growing in family holiness.
This trio of seminarians gave us a beautiful tour of the Christ the King Chapel at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver this fall.
On this Feast of St. Cecilia, patroness of musicians, a Phoenix seminarian offers some samples of how the fairly new pipe organ at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary sounds. He is one of few authorized to play it.
What makes it even more special is the connection they found between their belated pastor who helped coordinate the encounter and the pontiff himself.
Behind the scenes, groups like the Exceptional Learners Advisory Board are helping ensure students with one or more learning or physical disabilities can thrive at a Catholic school in the Diocese of Phoenix.
More than 100 teachers are new to the Diocese of Phoenix this school year. So are some coaches and other support staff. We compiled some tidbits and brief bios about some of them.
Meet this year's Totus Tuus missionaries. They're a mix of young adults — fresh out of high school, amid college and in seminary — who have totally dedicated their summer to serving elementary and high school-aged Catholics in the Diocese of Phoenix.
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Corpus Christi processions are solemn walks through the surrounding church campus or neighborhood.
At 100 years old, Bertha Bower's descendants don't quite equal her age, but it's getting up there: 82 descendants across four generations.