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.

St. Joseph the Worker gives downtrodden a path to dignity through employment, housing resources

St. Joseph the Worker serves around 3,000 people each year with programs that connect them to employment restores their dignity.

Pro-life women’s clinic supported by donations to Charity & Development Appeal

The Hope Mobile, a bright pink, 32-foot RV offers free ultrasounds to women as they approach the Glendale branch of the nation’s largest abortion provider.

In pastoral letter, Bishop Olmsted urges a return to Sunday Mass, deeper love for...

Faith in the Eucharist is always fruitful when it is cherished and lived, Bishop Olmsted said. To inspire a rediscovery of the beauty and truth of the Eucharist, he announced Jan. 28 that he will promulgate a new Apostolic Exhortation on Holy Thursday.

Amid intense division in U.S., God calls us to love, says Arizona bishop

In a time of intense division in the country, the Gospel calls us to love, Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo A. Nevares of Phoenix said in a virtual reflection for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Jan. 18-25.

Salce Appointed Superintendent of Diocese of Phoenix Catholic Schools

The Diocese of Phoenix is pleased to announce that Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted has appointed Domonic Salce to the leadership role of Superintendent of Catholic Schools.