More than 1,000 students, teachers and parents filled a muddy lawn at the State Capitol Jan. 28. Their purpose and energy were far more solid.
Meditating on Jesus throughout the day is a privilege extended to Catholic school students and the key to holiness.
If he’s not the envy of the entire world, millions of people would at the very least love to have the same experience that Andrew Meyer had with Pope Francis.
When their lives are all work and no play, men turn their children into "orphans" who lack a father to guide them, show them love and teach them values, Pope Francis said.
St. Mary's Basilica lies at the northeast end zone for "Super Bowl Central" in downtown Phoenix and is partnering with Catholic agencies to showcase how they run the "PlayBook for Common Good."
A Tucson native and Navy seaman who doubles as a chaplain's assistant/religious programs specialist, won tickets to Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale.
Thousands of Catholic school students, educators and families will rally at the Arizona State Capitol on Jan. 28 to demonstrate their support and appreciation for school choice legislation. The noontime event will feature the Catholic bishops of Arizona, Governor Doug Ducey, and legislative leadership.
Beginning with an unborn child's relationship with his mother, the family is where members of the church and wider society learn the essential lessons of communication, Pope Francis said.
They had come from across the country, a crowd of about 10,000 strong, mostly teens and young adults, filling the DC Armory for a Youth Rally & Mass for Life sponsored by the Archdiocese of Washington for out-of-town participants attending the Jan. 22 March for Life.
Lawmakers, lawyers and public officials who attended the Red Mass Jan. 20 were treated to a rousing homily as well as some lighthearted moments.