’Get right with God’: New website guides Catholics in making a ‘good’ confession

Jesus died for the sins of all humanity. Yet we still continue to sin. Enter

Fr. Kurgan, O. Carmelite (1938-2016), supported diocese’s early years

The Order of Carmelites and St. Agnes Parish are among those across Arizona who spent Thanksgiving Eve offering gratitude for the life of Fr. Charles Kurgan.

Arizona Catholic Conference 2017 Legislative Wrap-Up

On May 10, the Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die after spending 122 days in session. In total, almost 1,200 pieces of legislation were introduced with just over 400 of them set to become law.

New director of Mount Claret Retreat Center focuses on future

Nestled at the foot of Camelback Mountain, the Mount Claret Retreat Center stands as oasis of sorts in the midst of a bustling city. Tom McGuire, the new director of the facility, is hoping more and more Catholics will seek God’s presence there.

Visiting bishop challenges Catholics to make a difference in the world by ‘changing lanes’...

At 90, Rita Prahinski vividly recalls when Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., visited her home state of Louisiana.

Pope, ‘son of immigrant family,’ tells Obama he’s ready to learn in U.S. [VIDEO]

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Pope Francis introduced himself to President Barack Obama and all people of the United States as a “son of an immigrant family” arriving in the United States for the first time to learn from others and to share from his own experience.

Junior high mathletes make clean sweep in four-part competition

Seventh- and eighth-graders at San Francisco de Asís in Flagstaff know their numbers.

Dcn. Bill DeMarco: (1943-2019)

His 12 years of diaconal ministry spanned a pair of large parishes and a pair of Native American missions where he offered marriage preparation alongside his wife.

’40 Days for Life’ fall campaign needs more prayer warriors

The international prayer campaign that began in Texas 10 years ago is still going strong. The local fall campaign, which began Sept. 24, is taking place outside abortion and family planning facilities in Phoenix, Glendale, Tempe, Chandler and Flagstaff.

Pope confirms he will visit Philadelphia in September

Pope Francis said he would attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia in September, making it the first confirmed stop on what is expected to be a more extensive papal visit to North America.