Men called to leadership within and outside home, say speakers at men’s conference

The crisis in the Church today is one of evangelization, or rather, one of a failure to evangelize, especially to and within the Catholic family, Carl Anderson, supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus’ international organization, said at the 2020 Catholic Men’s Conference.

On 9/11, pope greets Vatican, Muslim leaders promoting world peace

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — On a day remembered for the terrorist attacks against the United States, Pope Francis met with members of a committee of Muslim leaders and Vatican officials promoting a new era of dialogue and world peace.

Nassau archbishop assesses post-hurricane challenges in Bahamas

"It is sheer terror and confusion for those who had their homes compromised in the middle of the storm and had to relocate, and all the challenges that poses," he said.

Statement on Credible Accusation Against Former Salvatorian Priest

The Diocese of Phoenix has been informed that Dennis Pecore, a former priest of the Salvatorian religious order, has been credibly accused of sexual misconduct with a minor. The recent accusation stems from when Pecore was serving in the Diocese of Phoenix at St. Mark’s Parish from 1982-1983.

Papal devotion: Especially in times of trial, pope turns to St. Joseph

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — St. Joseph is the patron saint of retired Pope Benedict XVI — Joseph Ratzinger — but Pope Francis’ devotion to the husband of Mary and guardian of Jesus is clear as well.

Men pack into conference aimed at evangelizing and empowering

Nearly 1,500 men came in droves from all over the diocese seeking renewed inspiration to embrace their faith and live it boldly.

2014 Heisman Trophy winner says everything he does is for God’s ‘glory’

The winner of college football's 2014 Heisman Trophy attended the same all-boys Catholic high school as St. Damien of Molokai.

Persecuted for faith, Christians are united in bloodshed, pope says

Christians are united in bloodshed as they suffer from violence and persecution in various parts of the world, Pope Francis told Christian leaders.

Sr. Mary Christine (1932-2019): BVM sister with personal, ministerial roots in Phoenix

Sr. Mary Christine entered the congregation from St. Thomas the Apostle. She returned for educational posts and ecumenical efforts.

Life Choices shelters new life for unborn, family stability via CDA funds

For Celeste and her husband of 17 years, the thought of having another child was too much for them to bear.