Immaculate Heart Radio’s new advocate says job is ‘all for His glory’

Christine DuPont, is the new community relations officer for the 11 Immaculate Heart Radio stations and affiliates covering Phoenix and New Mexico.

‘Into the Breach’ inspires call to action among diocesan men

It’s time for prayerful discernment and action, say parish and ministry leaders throughout the Diocese of Phoenix in light of Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted’s apostolic exhortation to the men of the diocese, “Into the Breach.”

Longtime ‘Sun’ editor tapped to lead L.A. archdiocese newspapers

For nearly a decade, John David Long-García has revealed the scope and mission of the Catholic Church throughout the pages of The Catholic Sun. He announced last month that he has taken a new position with the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

College of St. Scholastica to accept all transfer credits from Maricopa Community Colleges

Students with credits at any Maricopa community college might be able to fast track themselves toward a bachelor degree from a Catholic college in growing industries.

Donors, volunteers remain lifeline for 70-year-old St. Vincent de Paul

“From the very beginning, our Vincentians see the face of Christ in everyone we serve. It is the foundation of our organization,” said Steve Zabilski, executive director.

Teens learn how to step ‘into the breach’ at diocese’s first young men’s conference

More than 200 young men — triple the number that registered in advance online — began their New Year learning to embrace Catholic manhood.

Fr. Kurgan, O. Carmelite (1938-2016), supported diocese’s early years

The Order of Carmelites and St. Agnes Parish are among those across Arizona who spent Thanksgiving Eve offering gratitude for the life of Fr. Charles Kurgan.

John Paul II Resource Center to mark 10th anniversary

At a time when the gift of human sexuality is often misunderstood, there’s a place in the Diocese of Phoenix that shines a bright light in the darkness.

BVM sister dies

Sr. Mary Faith Lautz, BVM, 96, died Oct. 1 in Dubuque, Iowa. The longtime educator was principal at Xavier College Preparatory from 1966 to 1974 and went on to serve in the Midwest, Alaska and California as an educator, administrator and in pastoral ministry.

Repair bills stack up at West Valley parish

They’ve depleted the budget and that “to do” list of projects that can’t be ignored keeps growing.