Following year of restrictions, many seek to go beyond ‘giving something up’ for Lent

A recent Catholic News Service article asked: "After 11 months of 'giving up,' what is left to give up this Lent?"

VIDEO: St. Joseph: Model husband and father

https://youtu.be/j0wii9ZW75o St. Joseph: Model husband and father On March 19 we celebrate the first of two feast days in the Church’s calendar that honor St. Joseph,...

Piper Trust $10M grant fuels new partnership with Creighton, St. Vincent de Paul to...

A new partnership will improve care for underserved populations throughout Arizona.

Creighton University set to open new Catholic medical campus in Phoenix this year

Creighton University's new $100 million, 180,000-square-foot Health Sciences Phoenix campus is scheduled to open for classes this fall.

Pope Francis’ journey to Iraq brings hope for peace, reconciliation in Arizona’s Chaldean community

The 1,200 Chaldean Catholic families who live in Arizona are thousands of miles from the land of their birth. And on March 5, their hearts will turn toward their native Iraq.

The beat goes on as the next generation of local Catholic musicians heads to...

He grew up singing and playing music alongside his father and sister at church. Now he’s headed to Nashville to record 11 of his own songs.

Foundation for Senior Living provides meals, compassion to vulnerable elderly

The Foundation for Senior Living serves or delivers almost 800 meals to Arizona's vulnerable elderly every day.

Mount Claret Retreat Center kicks off capital campaign with $100k lead gift

A bold vision to enhance the Mount Claret Retreat Center experience is off to a strong start. Nestled at the base of Camelback Mountain,...

Fr. Lankeit calls on Catholics to see abortionists, supporters as God does

The Very Rev. Fr. John Lankeit urged churchgoers at the 40 Days for Life opening Mass to see abortionists and their supporters as God does: not as the enemy, but as people captive to Satan's lie that abortion is a "human right" that does not violate God's law.

Catholic Charities’ adoption program gives children, couples shot at loving families

Nick used to come home to an empty, silent house each night. No wife or child to greet him. No sound at all except his own heartbeat. That all changed when he married Carrie and the couple adopted two baby girls.