Bishop John Dolan held his first presbyteral council meeting today at the Diocesan Pastoral Center in downtown Phoenix.
The Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project (Florence Project) is proud to announce a generous gift from the Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters, commonly known as the Victory Noll Sisters, to strengthen the Florence Project’s Integrated Social Services Program and Border Action Team.
In a game that came down to the final minutes, the Phoenix Sons (seminarians) secured a 39-37 win over the Church Fathers (priests).
At the 2022 virtual Night of Hope, Barbara Rechterman announced a generous gift in support of Diocese of Phoenix Catholic schools.
Last week, St. Pius Catholic Church in downtown Phoenix hosted a special Mass for Racial Healing and Reconciliation on the anniversary of the murder...
Three Catholic leaders in the Diocese of Phoenix were recognized Wednesday evening as nominees for the 35th Annual ATHENA Awards.
On Saturday, November 5, Most Rev. John P. Dolan, Bishop of Phoenix, ordained seven men to the permanent diaconate.
As we approach Pentecost this weekend, Bishop Olmsted reminds us to be attentive to the Holy Spirit at work in our lives every day.
The Matthew 19:14 Project has opened their bi-annual grant cycle to provide much needed funding for support and professional development addressing special education needs among the staff of Catholic schools across the state of Arizona.
The Diocese of Phoenix recognizes Catholic Education Arizona as a Guardian of Hope for this year’s Night of Hope. Thank you for supporting Catholic education for 25 years!