The faithful are marked with blessed ashes as a sign of repentance and reminder to turn away from sin and embrace the Gospel....
The fourth annual Phoenix Catholic Women’s Conference is set for March 15 at St. Paul Parish in Phoenix. A week later, guys will gather March 22 at Xavier College Preparatory to hear five guest speakers address “Resolution” and “Faith of Our Fathers” at the annual Catholic Men’s Conference.
When Fr. Billy Kosco, pastor of St. Henry Parish, drives through Arizona’s newest city that sprawls in the shadows of the White Tank Mountains, he can point out some of the homes he and Deacon Mark Gribowski have blessed.
After 22 years as the director of Catholic ministries to prisons and jails, Deacon Peter Murphy's unmistakable booming-British-accented voice will be missing.
Joe and Charlotte Riley, a couple from Surprise, never had any children until last May. That’s when Gina Charrlin, 52, began referring to the retired couple as “Mom and Dad.”
Three days a week, a driver from the Monsignor Edward J. Ryle Life Center in Phoenix comes to pick up Charles “Chuck” Hanford for a day of activities.
Planned Parenthood’s two-year hiatus from offering abortion services in Flagstaff has ended.
A bevy of new Catholic apps are heading to a smartphone near you with the goal of helping an increasingly connected culture grow in the faith.
A 40-year-old parish that just underwent extensive renovation now has a chapel where parishioners can adore the church’s namesake around the clock.
Charismatic conference Catholic Renewal Ministries of the Diocese of Phoenix is hosting its annual conference for Catholics Feb. 28-March 1 at the Phoenix Convention Center,...