Configured to Christ the High Priest

Fr. Ian Wintering was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted on June 5 at All Saints Parish in Mesa.

After 27 years, Scottsdale parish’s priests getting a home

Construction is under way on a new rectory that will allow parishioners and the public easier access to priests who serve St. Bernard of Clairvaux in Scottsdale, as well as cut the parish’s rental and utility costs.

St. Bernard of Clairvaux to Host Bishop Olmsted, Mayor Ortega for ‘Centered in Christ’...

SCOTTSDALE — St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church will have a groundbreaking ceremony for a new rectory building at 10 a.m., June 13 at...

Local students named winners of art contest

The CCHD/CRS Office is proud to announce the winners of the first annual Creating on the Margins art contest!

‘I definitely felt the Spirit’ – Bishop Olmsted leads hundreds in Eucharistic Procession through...

Bishop Olmsted led more than 400 Catholics in a eucharistic procession of adoration, prayer, hymn singing and silent reflection Sunday morning.

Loreto Sister Celebrates 80th Anniversary of Religious Life

Bishop Nevares had the joy of visiting Sr. Augustine Dempsey, IBVM, and her Sisters at Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral Convent to celebrate her 80th Anniversary as a Religious Sister in the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Bishop Olmsted ordains two seminarians to diaconate, final step before priesthood

Bishop Olmsted ordained two men to the transitional diaconate, the final step before being ordained to the priesthood next year.

Eucharistic Procession of fathers, families planned through downtown Phoenix

Catholics are invited to take part in a sunrise eucharistic procession through the downtown Phoenix area led by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted to encourage a stronger devotion to the Holy Eucharist, while honoring dads in their role as faithful family leaders.

‘It refreshed my soul’: Hundreds anointed, blessed at World Day of the Sick Mass

Hundreds of churchgoers received the Anointing of the Sick last weekend at a Mass for the World Day of the Sick.

Messages of faith, perseverance as Catholic high schools graduate 1,200

Nearly 1,200 students are graduating this year from the Diocese of Phoenix’s seven Catholic high schools.