Slaves and human trafficking

  A reporter friend — thanks to him being on the east coast — was the first to tip me off to the fact that...

A sweet deal, literally!

Bashas' Supermarkets is offering Catholics a chance to start their Lenten service opportunities while celebrating Mardi Gras.

September headlines from our archives

Where were you when Pope John Paul II visited Arizona? Lived elsewhere? Well, hop on the light rail on Central Avenue headed eastbound at...

Musical Instrument Museum awards teachers with free admission

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) invites Arizona K-12 educators to explore more than 5,000 instruments and artifacts from every country in the world for...

Memorial Day in the Diocese of Phoenix

The faithful are remembering the souls of those who died protecting America's freedom with special Masses and a Rosary.

Modern cathedrals, historic missions and a painting with a remarkable story

The extra half hour to prepare belied the busy schedule we would have on the second day of our California pilgrimage.

Arizona Gives Day

The statewide online movement to "harness the giving power of the community" and "strengthen the fundraising capacity of Arizona nonprofits" set March 20 as the day to give. Here is a list of Catholic organizations to consider supporting March 20 or any of the other 364 calendar days.

The Catholic Doctor Is In: A case of infidelity

His wife had been unfaithful and now she wanted to come back. He was willing to consider. I admired his openness to forgiving.

The Catholic Doctor is In: The dilemmas of aging

In 2008, 53-year-old Randy Stroup applied to the state of Oregon for cancer treatment. It was refused, but he was offered legally assisted suicide, which is also legal now in Washington, Montana and Vermont.

It Can Wait: Anti-‘Txtng’ Pledge

Today is the day people nationwide can officially pledge to not text while in the driver's seat. It comes just in time for some...