Arizona students among thousands attending SEEK2019

INDIANAPOLIS — Author and speaker, Sarah Swafford stood before a crowd of 10,000 Catholic college women. She pointed to a screen that listed the most common struggles that individuals face, ranging from loneliness to self-hatred.

Priest’s dance moves support local causes

PRESCOTT — Priests have many hidden talents you may not encounter in their everyday lives — like dancing.

Phoenix seminarian ordained to diaconate in Rome

Kevin Grimditch, a parishioner at Corpus Christi Parish in Ahwatukee, was among 41 seminarians ordained to the diaconate Oct. 3 in Rome at the...

Student spotlight shines on singers, scholars, athletes

Students are spreading Christmas cheer and earning recognition for their work in and out of the classroom.

What the Church needs now: Synod gives clues to cardinals’ priorities

One task facing the College of Cardinals already has been completed: A job description for the Catholic Church's chief evangelizer already is written.

Respect the rights of all groups, pope tells Myanmar’s leaders

NAYPYITAW, Myanmar (CNS) — The plight of the ethnic Muslim minority in Myanmar’s Rakhine state was front and center in speeches by Pope Francis and Aung San Suu Kyi, but neither publicly used the word Rohingya.

Bishop Olmsted ordains Fr. Camou to priesthood

It was standing room only for families, friends and supporters who packed Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral June 27, 2015, to witness Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted ordain Fernando Camou to the priesthood.

Married life is better with NFP, say couples at synod

Catholic couples who ignore church teaching on contraception "don't know what they are missing," said a U.S. couple invited to address the extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family.

‘The Sacred Art Gallery’ in Scottsdale points to heavenly realities

The sheer beauty beheld in statues, paintings and stained glass windows that decorate a church often captivate even non-Catholic church visitors. Now, viewing sacred art is open to the masses via a new gallery.

Pope beatifies Blessed Paul VI, the ‘great helmsman’ of Vatican II

Beatifying Blessed Paul VI at the concluding Mass of the Synod of Bishops on the family, Pope Francis praised the late pope as the "great helmsman" of the Second Vatican Council and founder of the synod, as well as a "humble and prophetic witness of love for Christ and his church."