Elementary school students hold own March for Life

It’s never too early to begin marching for life or understanding that God is the only one who can give life and take it away.

Catholic Schools Week returns for annual showcase of faith, fellowship, gratitude

Those who have taught, volunteered or served at a Catholic school will join current students, alumni and parents plus private supporters and those in the state legislature Jan. 31-Feb. 6 for an array of Catholic Schools Week celebrations.

Jan. 26 ‘Red Mass’ to mark opening of legislative session

The annual liturgy draws lawyers, judges, lawmakers and elected officials into prayer. Attorneys in attendance renew their oath of admission to the Arizona State Bar at the conclusion of the liturgy.

An abortion story: #ShareJesus [VIDEO]

This is the first person account of a woman, raised in a middle class home and in Catholic schools who made all kinds of choices throughout her life: childbirth followed by adoption, childbirth followed by motherhood and conception followed by abortion.

Tucson’s Vatican astronomers bring expertise to Phoenix skies

The Catholic Church has pondered the handiwork of God’s creation through the lens of a telescope for centuries. Pope Gregory XIII’s involvement to reform the Julian calendar in the 1500s prefigured the Vatican Observatory, one of the oldest astronomical institutions in the world. It was founded by Pope Leo XIII in 1891 with the goal to show the world that the Church supports good science.

Rev. King recalled as a man of the beatitudes during annual liturgy

Martin Luther King, Jr., provides us with an example of living the Beatitudes, said Washington Auxiliary Bishop Martin D. Holley, the guest homilist at this year’s Martin Luther King Mass for the Diocese of Phoenix, celebrated at St. Mary’s Basilica Jan. 18.

A letter to my former pro-choice self on the 43rd anniversary of Roe v....

Dear Becky, I’m writing to share something that will astonish you. You won’t believe me now — much you will have to dissect, argue with, and hear again. You’ll bark at me, roll your eyes, snicker. You’ll probably storm off.

Relics of Lebanese saint draw faithful to Maronite church

St. Charbel, a humble Lebanese monk from the 19th century, has been credited with thousands of miracles since his death in 1898. Catholics from throughout the Valley descended on St. Joseph Maronite Catholic Church to venerate this saint’s relics Jan. 15-17.

Doritos Ultrasound [VIDEO]

The commercial is one of three finalists the chip company is running in advance of the Super Bowl, LifeNews.com reports. Pro-life messages kick into high gear this week leading up to the national March for Life Jan. 22.

Profile of a refugee: Former Colombian journalist, now deacon in Canada

"We come with a luggage full of dreams," the deacon said, yet the ever-present news about Canada's plan to welcome 25,000 Syrian refugees made him pensive.