Besides serving the community, they also visited the home of Fr. William Wasson, a 1947 SMHS alum, to honor and celebrate his life as a Knight.
Xavier College Preparatory alumna Amanda Benson was named to the U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team which allowed her to compete in the Pan American Cup tournament.
Max Muehlhausen, a Gilbert resident and rising senior at Seton Catholic Preparatory in Chandler, was among 28 high school journalists from across the country selected for the Summer Journalism Institute.
For the newly ordained Fr. Timothy Seavey, the journey to priesthood was a solid, natural progression that steadily grew from an active prayer life influenced by both his family and his parish.
With his ordination to the priesthood June 3, Fr. Athanasius Fornwalt, FHS, marked a major milestone for himself and his community: he was the first of the Franciscan Friars of the Holy Spirit to be ordained a priest.
The setting for the launch of Fr. Daniel Cruz’s public ministry was providentially the same as that of Jesus himself: a wedding.
With the pull out of the United States from the Paris agreement, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a statement on June 1 regretting the withdrawal from the consortium created by the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change and signed by 197 parties in November 2016.
“At first I didn’t know why God was calling me to quit soccer,” Morano said.
Faith and freedom go hand in hand in the United States. It’s right there in the first few phrases of the Bill of Rights.
A Scottsdale couple’s heroic efforts on behalf of religious liberty, the Church, the sanctity of life, and rights of conscience have captured the attention of Pope Francis.