Catholic Charities arts partnership fosters creativity in children

The sessions encourage youngsters to experience the fun and freedom of expressing themselves in a setting that builds the trust many have often missed or found difficult to have in the first place.

Court awards $3 million to local Planned Parenthood whistleblower

A local former Planned Parenthood director who was awarded $3 million in damages Aug. 16 after winning a wrongful termination suit after a two-week trial.

USCCB Veep: With El Paso shootings, ‘a line has been crossed in our nation’

Archbishop José H. Gómez of Los Angeles, vice president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, delivers the homily for the...

Feast of St. Helena

Helena was the mother of Constantine, the Roman emperor who in 313 ended the persecution of Christians throughout the empire.

In sign of Marian devotion, 60 parishioners enrolled in Brown Scapular

GILBERT — More than 60 faithful were enrolled in the Confraternity of the Brown Scapular July 16, the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, at St. Anne Parish in Gilbert.

Ground broken for new St. Kateri Tekakwitha Shrine in Diocese of Gallup

GALLUP, N.M. (CNS) — The rosary walk at a new shrine to be built in the Gallup Diocese to honor St. Kateri Tekakwitha “will imitate” the life and example of the Native American saint, popularly known as the “Lily of the Mohawks,” said Gallup Bishop James S. Wall, who had formerly been a priest of the Diocese of Phoenix.

Lake Havasu City school expands ahead of schedule as Our Lady of the Lake’s...

Staff planned to add one grade per year until it emerged as a PS-8 campus, but demand defined reality differently.

DC archbishop: ‘You cannot be a Catholic and sit on the sidelines’

WASHINGTON (CNS) — In a crowded bar, bustling with young adult Catholics from the Washington area for the monthly Theology on Tap, Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory shared his pain over what this archdiocese suffered in the past year due to priestly abuse scandals and encouraged the young adults to turn to the Eucharist as a source of healing.

Assumption feast invites people to look to heaven with hope, pope says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Mary’s assumption into heaven calls people to put aside all those insignificant, mundane and petty concerns competing for their attention and instead be drawn to God and His greatness, Pope Francis said.

Ready or not, here they come!

Welcome to a new school year! I am proud to report that our Catholic schools are ready, willing and able to embrace the new academic school year.