Modern cathedrals, historic missions and a painting with a remarkable story

The extra half hour to prepare belied the busy schedule we would have on the second day of our California pilgrimage.

Mark Lombard is 2019 winner of the CPA’s St. Francis de Sales Award

Mark Lombard, business manager and a contributing editor of the Clarion Herald, newspaper of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, is the recipient of the 2019 St. Francis de Sales Award from the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada.

Church aids asylum-seekers moving through Phoenix

Two centuries beyond the Underground Railroad, another well-orchestrated network of moving people great distances has emerged.

‘Not just tourists’: Pilgrims look to encounter Christ in Cali Holy sites

“If we go as pilgrims,” said Bishop Olmsted, “we shall discover the truth of the Chinese proverb: ‘He who returns from a journey is not the same as he who left.’”

In new Knights’ video, parents share story of son’s abuse by family friend

In the 30-minute video, a Catholic mom and a dad who is a Knight talk about how they learned that a trusted family friend sexually abused their son when he was 10.

On board with the bishop — California pilgrimage

Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted embarked on a four-day pilgrimage with 40 others from throughout the Diocese of Phoenix today. Learn more about the journey and his thoughts on pilgrimages.

How do you teach a ‘teaching document’? Arizona high school shows how

"Laudato Si'" is infused into all parts of Salpointe Catholic High School's curriculum. Places in Peru and several in Europe have accessed their curriculum.

Sisters bring love of Eucharist to North Deanery

A new religious community in the Diocese of Phoenix’s northern region has made a strong impact since arriving at the end of 2018.
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Bonum fortuna

Latin, the root of more than half the English vocabulary, is an intrinsic element of our linguistic DNA. Any attempt to keep it alive is well worth broadcasting.

Former priest arrested in Italy extradited to Arizona, formally arraigned

Joseph Henn was removed from priesthood in 2006 following his indictment on 13 counts related to child molestation stemming from his time in Phoenix.