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A parade of people stepped up to the plate long before Bishop Eduardo A. Nevares ever took the field to throw out the ceremonial first pitch Jan. 22.

More than 1,000 students, teachers and parents filled a muddy lawn at the State Capitol Jan. 28. Their purpose and energy were far more solid.

Meditating on Jesus throughout the day is a privilege extended to Catholic school students and the key to holiness.

The 26 students who sat nervously on the stage at St. Francis Xavier Catholic School had been preparing for months, years even.

“Vocation Boom,” an organization aimed at fostering vocations, will honor Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted of the Diocese of Phoenix Feb. 20 at a benefit dinner.

St. Mary's Basilica lies at the northeast end zone for "Super Bowl Central" in downtown Phoenix and is partnering with Catholic agencies to showcase how they run the "PlayBook for Common Good."

Thousands of Catholic school students, educators and families will rally at the Arizona State Capitol on Jan. 28 to demonstrate their support and appreciation for school choice legislation. The noontime event will feature the Catholic bishops of Arizona, Governor Doug Ducey, and legislative leadership.

She’s the oldest sister, yet also the youngest.

Benedictine University at Mesa debuted its new Redhawks athletic logo during a school spirit celebration that sent students home with Redhawk T-shirts and pennants.

A Super Bowl host city must prepare for a rise in tourism, and even more so, for an increased number of sex-trafficking victims.

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