Amid coronavirus, statewide ‘stay at home’ order, diocese provides resources to strengthen families’ faith...

Just because Masses have been suspended throughout the Diocese of Phoenix due to the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t mean the faithful are being left without ways to continue to grow spiritually this Lent.

Bishops call for diocesan-wide consecration to St. Joseph to strengthen domestic church

Back 1964 when the Second Vatican Council promulgated Lumen Gentium and described the family as a domestic church, no one envisioned the COVID-19 crisis and just how crucial the nurturing of faith in the home would be.

Pope sends video message ahead of Holy Week

He prays especially for those suffering and for all the families whose lives have been upset in this difficult time.

USCCB president calls for national moment of prayer on Good Friday

WASHINGTON — Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, has invited U.S. Catholics to join him on Good Friday, April 10, to pray the Litany of the Sacred Heart at noon (EDT), 9 a.m. (Arizona Time).

Student Knights from Tennessee bring peers together for virtual fish fry using Zoom

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (CNS) — The university students who belong to the Knights of Columbus council at the intercollegiate University Catholic ministry in the Diocese of Nashville decided that if their fellow students couldn’t come to their Lenten fish fry, they would bring the fish fry to them.

Child Abuse Prevention Month

With churches effectively closed through April, the potential for abuse this month is greater within the domestic church, the home.

Authors explore where faith and science meet

There’s an old adage that one shouldn’t discuss religion or politics in polite company. The same could be said about science and religion. There seems to be no end to the clashes between the creationists and scientists over the existence of God as manifested in the history of the universe.

Nonprofits continue food, vital services amid coronavirus concerns

Their methods have changed but their servant's heart remains unwavered.

Media literacy skills for Catholics

With an average consumption of over 12 hours of electronic mass media daily in the U.S., they're vital skills to have and use.

Site crashes as half million-plus watch England’s rededication to Mary

WALSINGHAM, England (CNS) — English Catholics rededicated their country as Mary’s Dowry “in the eye of the storm” of the coronavirus pandemic.