TEMPE — Dozens of Catholics dumped dirt into their church Sunday and no one batted an eye. It was all part of the “Dirt Bag...
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The first-ever national awareness campaign inviting Catholics to return to the faith launches Dec. 16 in 10,000 cities across the United States. The prime-time, network television campaign hopes to inspire 1 million Catholics to rejoin their parishes.
His fist came crashing through the door. Ten-year-old Joaquin had just spent forever brushing the dog at the behest of his mother's boyfriend who...
Does dismissal from the clerical state have the same meaning as “laicization”?
A former East Valley pastor has been officially dismissed from the priesthood, officials for the Diocese of Phoenix announced Feb. 16.
An estimated 92,000 inactive Catholics have come back to the Church in the last year thanks in large part to the groundbreaking Catholics Come Home television advertising campaign.
Television is often seen as having a negative influence on viewers, but it recently had a positive impact on the lives of local Catholics.
It’s not every day that television airwaves are used to share the Catholic faith. It’s even more rare for such a message to feature local people and sites.
Note to television viewers: Don’t touch that dial, especially during the commercials.