It’s a faith-filled recipe for growth — spiritual, intellectual and personal — that both children and their parents want to try again and again, even beyond the standard five-day format.

Trent Horn, who once worked for the Diocese of Phoenix, is temporarily returning to the Valley to present Catholic Answers' Summer Talk Series. Each...

Many young men claim their time at Brophy College Preparatory was a formative one. The same goes for a newly ordained priest.

"I got to see firsthand a lot more of the hurt and the pain in the neighborhood, as well as the joy, and the simple relationships that exist," he said.

Legal experts have called it an ambiguous and confusing political and legal decision that leaves many in a state of limbo.

Alison Dunn, an art teacher four times over at Xavier College Preparatory, will be the keynote speaker at the Congressional Art Competition in Washington, D.C. June 23.

St. Vincent de Paul and a local TV station teamed up to launch the "Be a Summer Action Hero" campaign encouraging people to hold food and water drives and volunteer or give to the society's summer relief efforts.

WASHINGTON (CNA/EWTN News) — A virtual brouhaha erupted Thursday after Pope Francis said in unscripted remarks that “the great majority” of marriages today are null, due to a “provisional” culture in which people do not understand permanent commitment.

The Scottsdale school is hosting an informal conversation about the city's future with Mayor Jim Lane June 20 in the cafeteria.

Through Aug. 28, participants will receive weekly email messages that feature a Gospel passage paired with interactive content including activities and "Catholic Questions" that can be shared with friends and family.


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