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.
We are grateful that the importance of religious liberty was recognized today by the Arizona Supreme Court in the case of Brush & Nib Studio v. City of Phoenix.
There's a reported 186 memorial services scheduled, including a Life Rosary at Holy Cross Cemetery in Avondale.
Artwork commissioned for the 50th Anniversary of the Diocese of Phoenix poignantly reflects the intercession of the Holy Family for the domestic Church.
He became the 14th brother in the U.S. Province in final vows with more at various stages of discernment.
It may have been flames that consumed St. Joseph Church but it’s a fire of “love” from the community propelling them forward through tragedy.
As we celebrate the feast day of St. Teresa of Calcutta, we’d like to share with you this article covering her historic visit to Phoenix Feb. 1-2, 1989, originally published under the headline: “Co-workers ready to assist sisters’ ministry.”
As we celebrate the feast day of St. Teresa of Calcutta, we’d like to share with you this archived article of people’s reactions to her historic visit to Phoenix Feb. 1-2, 1989.
As we celebrate the feast day of St. Teresa of Calcutta, we’d like to share with you this interview, originally published under the headline “The private woman: humor and observations” with the subhead: “Private moments reveal humor, dedication.”
It was family camping of a different kind organized by the masculine and feminine branch of the same religious family. The kids were all teenagers.