Community mourns loss of Sister of Notre Dame de Namur

Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, Janice Bohn, who followed her heart and calling to Arizona where she served in ministry for nearly 40...

Red Mass draws legal professionals to downtown basilica

Lawyers, judges, canonists and lawmakers from around the State of Arizona gathered at St. Mary’s Basilica Jan. 22 for the 44th annual Red Mass to mark the opening of a new legislative session.

Hundreds rally at federal courthouse to protest ‘Roe’

About 500 people gathered at the Sandra Day O’Connor Federal Courthouse in downtown Phoenix Jan. 22 to commemorate the 1973 Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, which guaranteed a woman’s right to abortion.

‘American Papist’ calls young Catholics to greater pro-life commitment

Don’t hide that your pro-life, Catholic blogger Thomas Peters challenged a crowd of 300 young Catholics gathered Jan. 19.

Bishop Olmsted celebrates Mass for Unborn

The Gospel reading for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time focused on Jesus’ first miracle. One homily shortly thereafter linked it to the first...

Catholic Renewal Ministries caters to all ages with late-night worship for young adults

Catholics of all ages are invited to kick off the new calendar year by seeking strength through the Holy Spirit. That’s the mission of...

Catholics still largest Congress denomination; 10 percent Jesuit grads

The 113th Congress includes some slight shifts in religious makeup over the previous session, with a few more Catholics, the first Buddhist in the Senate and the first Hindu to serve in either chamber.

Local Catholic headed to Rose Parade’s Donate Life float

Amanda Missildine, a newlywed Catholic, will be making another heartfelt journey Jan. 1 -- this time with her husband watching from the stands. The 26-year-old...

Most Holy Trinity dedicates memorial site

The word “surprise” characterizes key parts of a new memorial site at Most Holy Trinity Parish, most especially the 4-year-old it honors. SOLT Father Brady...