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Every weekday seniors and disabled adults arrive at one of three adult day health facilities that the Foundation for Senior Living has been running since its inception 40 years ago.

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"Tonight gives us the opportunity to say we will not tolerate this kind of evil, we will no longer take attacks on our faith sitting down," Fr. Lankeit said.

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Hundreds of Catholics braved storm warnings to attend a holy hour July 25 in hopes that a “black mass” to be held Sept. 21 in Oklahoma City might be cancelled.

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She attended daily Mass all through grade school and high school and entered the religious life at 18. For years, she enjoyed teaching math to junior high students. As time went on, however, she found herself enveloped in deep depression, a sorrow she couldn’t shake.

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St. Joseph the Worker’s Mobile Success Unit is bringing a transportable computer lab, job data bank, clothing closet, hygiene supplies and other materials to job seeking clients at shelters giving new meaning to job searchers wanting to "pound the pavement."

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For nearly 25 years, Gary Brown cared for families during their time of greatest sorrow: the loss of a loved one. He recently ended his tenure as president and chief executive.

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Fr. John Lankeit, rector of Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral in Phoenix, is urging local Catholics to gather for a 7 p.m. holy hour July 25 in order to pray that a black mass scheduled to take place Sept. 21 in Oklahoma City will be canceled.

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A small but vocal group gathered on the grounds of the state capitol July 21 to voice their condemnation of the death penalty and to pray for crime victims and those whom the state plans to execute.

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Catholics from throughout Arizona respectfully waited their turn to pray in front of a new statue of St. Kateri Tekakwitha immediately following a July 14 Mass at St. Mary's Basilica celebrating her feast day. Many touched her face, which a bout with smallpox disfigured for much of her life. It cleared up shortly after her death.

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Fans of ABC's "Shark Tank" which brings entrepreneurs in front of successful loan sharks to take their company to the next level would have been proud of some Phoenix-area teenagers. Nearly two dozen high school students trained with Seed Spot to start a socially conscious business.

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