At summit, survivors expose ‘cancer’ of clergy sex abuse

In the first testimony, a man from Chile expressed the pain he felt when, after reporting his abuse to the church, he was treated "as a liar" and told that "I and others were enemies of the church."

Pope Francis on the divorced and civilly remarried [VIDEO]

Pope Francis urged Catholics to view those in a situation of divorce and civil remarriage through the eyes of the children of those couples Aug. 5.

With ‘Together’ campaign support, CDA able to maintain operational services

A unique relationship between CDA and "Together" campaign funds is ensuring stability of day-to-day operations while boosting longer term projects to better serve growth and development.

Actor Gary Sinise describes his road to the Catholic Church

Gary Sinise, the actor perhaps best known for playing Lieutenant Dan in the 1994 movie "Forrest Gump," followed a rather unusual path to becoming a Catholic.

State of the Campaign: Parish Support

The “Together Let Us Go Forth ~ Juntos Sigamos Adelante” campaign gives parishes the opportunity to meet the immediate needs of their community while joining with the rest of the diocese to build up the body of Christ through the work of discipleship and evangelization.

Holy Week, Easter provide new beginnings

When you get right down to it, the message of Easter is one of hope. Jesus is victorious over sin and death and offers each of us the gift of new life.
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Pope Francis in Africa highlight reel [VIDEO]

Pope Francis concluded his three-nation trip to Africa Nov. 30 visiting countries with as little as 20-something percent Catholic to Uganda, which is nearly 42 percent Catholic.

Foot-care ministry offers physical relief, friendship to the homeless

PORTLAND, Ore. (CNS) — Rodger placed his backpack next to a chair, sat down and unlaced worn-out shoes. "They...

State of the Campaign for February 2019

As the Diocese of Phoenix kicks off this year’s Charity and Development Appeal (CDA), I am once again amazed by our community.

Sri Lanka’s U.N. mission hosts memorial service for victims of attacks

NEW YORK (CNS) — All Sri Lankans “are going through one of the saddest and most devastating periods of our history,” Fr. Nalaka Silva told those gathered at an evening interfaith memorial service April 24 in New York for the victims and all people affected by the Easter terrorist attacks.