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Spring is in the air with rummage sales and benefit dinners. So is St. Patrick's Day. Happy feast day to St. Patrick's 4,2111 families in Scottsdale on Sunday. Also, a welcome to students from Ireland on an exchange program at Seton. Check out some Irish and non-Irish things to do this weekend.
Lenten mission with Tom Booth, Parish Mission with Bishop Wall, Lenten Days of Prayer, Reflection at Mount Claret and much more.
Is your summer flying by? How about the years? It's been almost 25 years since Pope John Paul II visited Phoenix and 10 since...
DUBLIN (CNS) -- Irish Catholics' deep desire to strengthen their faith must form the basis of a radical new evangelization, said Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid...
Whether it's seeing the masses wearing red and holding palm branches outside of church, smelling incense and holy oil or hearing the realistic sounds of Christ being crucified, Holy Week offers plenty for the senses to absorb.
The heart of the sacrament of reconciliation, Pope Francis said, is "not the sins we declare, but the divine love we receive, of which we are ever in need."
Every year the Church moves the faithful through her liturgical seasons in order to grow in ways that may not otherwise be imagined. The penitential season of Lent begins Ash Wednesday, March 6 this year.
Emmet Cahill, principal vocalist for Celtic Thunder and a solo standout, is returning to Phoenix as part of his North American tour to promote his new album, ”Blessing of Music.”
Quiet time plus stillness does not always equal prayer. A conversation with God can happen with a little bit of wiggle, too.
St. Stephen Byzantine Catholic Cathedral, the cathedral for the Phoenix-based Holy Protection of Mary Byzantine Catholic Eparchy, celebrated 50 years of serving the faithful with a Hierarchical Divine Liturgy Sept. 30.