The Knights of Columbus at St. Bernadette Parish in Scottsdale and Arizona’s Helping Hands teamed up to ensure some first-time campers were ready for...
For the past 20 years, thousands of women throughout the United States have benefited from a ministry geared specifically toward their sacred role as...
Local Catholics today joined thousands of Americans who ate at Chick-Fil-A in support of the sanctity of marriage and the freedom of speech. By 11 a.m., lines of people were already out the door and wrapped around the building at Valley locations.
More than 100 years ago, three Crosiers traveled to to Minnesota with dutch immigrants. The Crosier Fathers and Brothers have served Catholics in the...
Even fairy tales starring a prince can end happily ever after — at least in this true version penned by about 50 young teenagers.
For living in a desert, local Catholic school athletes have proved that they fare well in water. Three campuses finished the state meet Nov. 2-3 with a host of swimming awards including several milestones. Schools also earned state and state runner up titles in golf, cross country and football as late as Nov. 23.
Thanks to the Charity and Development Appeal, the Sunday morning Mass is broadcast simultaneously on the television, radio and the web. More than 65,000 viewers tune in each week.
Arizona served as the kickoff venue for National School Choice Week Jan. 25.
The value of Catholic education in a school or religious education program is invaluable to parents who want their children to receive effective instruction in the faith.
The Kino Institute recognized 75 Catholics with certificates during a special graduation Mass May 30 at St. Mary’s Basilica.