Diocesan patroness Our Lady of Guadalupe to be honored at Rosary Celebration

When the Diocese hosts the 44th annual Arizona Rosary Celebration later this month, it will be even more than an installment of an annual rite promoting prayer and intercession through the Rosary while honoring the Blessed Mother.

Cardinals owner remembered for commitment to faith, family

His legacy also includes contributions to Catholic education locally and nationally.

Marriage conference stirs couples with message of faith, meaning of love

It was a feat of logistics plus grace that resulted in about almost 500 couples from 60-some parishes experiencing a day of inspiration and community meant to bolster their marriages.

Phoenix trio among 31 seminarians ordained deacons in Rome

Three Phoenix seminarians knelt at the Altar of the Chair of St. Peter in Rome Oct. 3 as a U.S. bishop ordained them and 28 others deacons in the Papal Basilica of St. Peter.

Ss. Simon and Jude school community ‘steps’ it up for good health

“Teaching is a very physical profession, so we’re moving frequently, but the Workplace Walking Challenge allows us to find small, impactful ways to bolster our efforts,” the preschool director said.

Catholic university breaks ground for $100 million health sciences campus in Phoenix

Creighton University, an Omaha, Nebraska-based Jesuit university that has operated a health sciences program in Phoenix for more than a decade, formally broke ground for a new $100 million, 180,000 square-foot health sciences campus in a major expansion of the area’s only Catholic medical school.

Nazareth House insider: What the young seminarian trailblazers can expect

Five young men are the first seminarians in the Diocese of Phoenix’s 50-year history to begin seminary life within diocesan boundaries.

Catholics’ generosity leads to $10.2 million in grants for local charities, parishes

Every year, Catholics are asked to prayerfully consider how much they will pledge in service to others, acting as the heart and hands of Jesus Christ.

School celebrates 70 years serving as shining light in south Phoenix

Its student population stands at 230, but the school is well-known across Phoenix’s six-digit South Mountain community.

Tempe parishioner, drawn to vocation as missionary religious sister, professes solemn vows

In a ceremony surrounded by family, friends, longtime supporters and religious sisters, a woman who grew up at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish in Tempe professed her perpetual vows as a Daughter of Mary, Help of Christians, also known as the Salesian Sisters.