“Do not be ashamed to bear your testimony to our Lord, but bear your share of hardship for the Gospel,” said Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco.
Love for your diocesan family through stewardship gives hope to its people and ministries in need. One family uses the mnemonic “GPS” — give, pray, and serve — to guide them.
Religious leaders from 14 different faith groups in the Valley gathered for a joint prayer service during the international Week of Christian Unity.
“Our visitors are already up 30 percent from this time last year,” said Fr. Greg Schlarb, pastor of the current Our Lady of Perpetual Help, which oversees the mission. The national distinction should help gain even more exposure.
If a word could sum up a week, most notably its central day, it’d be “joy.” The crowd made up of students, teachers, parents, donors and faculty from throughout the state who filled the Arizona Capitol lawn for a rally Jan. 30 was full of joy for Catholic Schools.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Appealing to the world’s leaders and policymakers, Pope Francis called for protecting the unborn and seeing these new lives as people who will bring new beginnings and hope for the future.
It wasn't the traditional path toward final vows she expected, but her latest milepost marked a permanent victory.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis will have St. Francis of Assisi on his mind when he visits Abu Dhabi Feb. 3-5 and Morocco in late March.
One man's six spinal surgeries and 11 other operations is nothing compared to many others living with chronic pain and life-threatening illness, said the new president of the Phoenix chapter of the Order of Malta. Their specialty is helping the sick and poor.
The solution to prejudice is to see each other as a child of God, Bishop Joseph N. Perry told a multiracial congregation at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Mass Jan. 21 at St. Mary’s Basilica.