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CDA supports formation for all those discerning vocations to priesthood,...

When Catherine and Michael Clancy were engaged last year they had an unusual request for wedding guests.

CDA apoya la formación de aquellos que disciernen su vocación al...

Cuando Catherine y Michael Clancy estaban comprometidos el año pasado, tuvieron una inusual solicitud para sus invitados a la boda.

CDA donors strengthen prenatal, parenting bonds

Dulce Suarez credits Aid to Women Center not only for pre-and postnatal care, but parenting classes that she still attends.

Faith formation for all ages supported by CDA

When it was suggested to Darren Handy that he take formation classes through Kino, he needed to consider the cost.

Ministries provide vital services for the homeless with CDA support

Like most people who experience and recover from homelessness, Donald Brizedine is focused on the future.

Stewardship funding helps form both ‘saints and scholars’

“No matter how tough things got, we made a decision early on in our marriage to educate our children in Catholic school. We believe the education they are receiving is not only shaping their minds but also shaping their souls,” Ched said.

CDA funds mean ‘Love That Gives Hope’ [VIDEO]

The annual diocesan Charity and Development Appeal, which kicks off in parishes and missions the weekend of Feb. 11-12, is getting personal.

CDA grants foot the bill to educate and form local priests,...

All matters of great importance should first be discerned on the knees. The diaconate is the first of three ranks in ordained ministry, and the priesthood is the second. Both require years of formation and discernment, a process aided by support from the annual Charity and Development Appeal.

Confirmation season boosts children’s strength to grow in spirit, service

The Easter season ushers in renewed joy and grace made particularly evident through the sacrament of Confirmation.

Prison volunteers provide powerful witness to God’s mercy

An array of negative emotions swirls behind the barbed wire, steel bars and cold concrete walls that surround jails and prisons across Arizona, but so does hope thanks to Catholic volunteers.