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MESA — Nearly 1,900 worshippers honored the nation’s veterans in prayer, song and solemn ceremony during the Diocese of Phoenix’s seventh annual Red, White and Blue Mass Sunday, Nov. 5 All Saints Parish.
AVONDALE — Honoring military service members of all faiths the Sunday before Veterans Day, Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted celebrated the sixth annual Red, White and Blue Mass, drawing an estimated 1,500 people — including many veterans and their families — to St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Nov. 6.
SUN CITY WEST, Ariz. — As a servicemember in the Vietnam War, Bill Ranzinger experienced loss. The deaths of comrades who didn’t make it...
All Veterans and their loved ones are welcome as we pray and worship together. Please wear your uniforms.
Catholics and others with connections to the military did their best to show both their patriotism and their gratitude for the faith and other American freedoms during the third annual Red, White and Blue Mass Nov. 3.
Arizona is home to more than half a million veterans who comprise roughly 11 percent of the state’s population. Deacon John Scott, who spent 35 years in the military and retired as a major general in 2003, is hoping many of them attend the Mass in their honor Nov. 3 at All Saints Parish in Mesa.
Celebrating the joy of being a Catholic American and giving thanks for our great nation on the the 4th of July. Mass will be...
About 500 people gathered on the eve of the nation’s 245th birthday to pray for America and her future as a republic under God during the annual Independence Day Mass and Rosary for America at St. Thomas the Apostle Church Saturday, July 3.
Thousands of faithful, religious and clergy from throughout Arizona and beyond streamed into Comerica Theatre in downtown Phoenix Dec. 2 to mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Diocese of Phoenix.
While red might be the color we most closely associate with Jesus’ death on the Cross; red, white and blue were the colors filling St. Thomas the Apostle Church as the Diocese of Phoenix marked the nation’s 243rd birthday with its annual Independence Day Prayer for America and Rosary for the United States.