Nearly 200 fewer low-income residents in the Diocese of Phoenix are seeking a place to live, thanks to a new development opened by Catholic Charities in the city’s central section.
See what projects earned recognition for St. Helen in Glendale and Foundation for Senior Living's South Phoenix Village.
Catholic medical professionals and their friends were strengthened in their role as stewards of their patients’ health during the annual White Mass and dinner Oct. 21 that focused on the intellectual contributions of St. John Paul II and the service of two local servants of the Gospel of Life.
Their primary role will forever be as husband and father, but a new, God-given title has six men permanently known by another title: deacon.
The celebration occurs four months shy of St. Patrick's Day, but crowds will honor the diocese's Irish heritage via its priests, entertainment and food.
Preparations are under way for the first U.S. Priests and Seminarians Encounter for Life (REDESSVIDA) Nov. 8-10 at St. Paul Parish in north Phoenix.
The Blessed Mother is beauty which must be reflected in the world, said Bishop Patrick J. Zurek of Amarillo, the guest speaker at the 43rd annual Arizona Rosary Celebration Oct. 21 at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Talks given at the Diocesan Pastoral Center after the Mass and breakfast zeroed in on religious freedom, rights of conscience and the latest developments in transgender politics vis-a-vis Church teaching.
Six men from throughout the diocese are spending their final days as laypeople. Beginning with their Nov. 3 ordination at Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral, they will forever be known as “deacon.”
We moved to Arizona in 2003 so as soon as we got here, we started searching for a parish. When we went to St. Margaret’s it just felt like a church in Mexico. It felt like home.