Since 1949, St. Joseph’s Youth Camp has provided summers of fun and adventure for thousands of kids. As a traditional youth camp and nonprofit organization, St. Joseph’s Youth Camp provides youth ages 7 to 17 with a week-long overnight opportunity to get outdoors, learn from nature, and have FUN!
Are you thinking about a New Year's resolution after the holiday season? We hope you'll consider giving back to the community with St. Vincent...
At some point in our lives, we all lose a loved one. This is one of life’s most painful and stressful realities, and the power of grief can catch us off guard. Thankfully, we can rely on the Catholic Funeral Rite to guide us gently through the difficult journey of saying goodbye to our loved ones in the knowledge that Christ is by our side.
Every year St. Vincent de Paul's Adopt-A-Family program connects families unable to afford holiday cheer with families, businesses and community groups willing to sponsor a holiday meal and presents. A couple of years ago, we followed one sponsor family on the day they delivered Christmas to a family in need. This is their story.
In remembrance of those individuals served by Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Homes in the month of July
My faith has always been an important part of my life, and the work I have done over the decades has been inspired by a desire to serve others in the Lord.
In remembrance of those individuals served by Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Homes in the month of June
M ore than 15 years ago, I was the one walking into the funeral home stricken with fresh grief. My husband had just passed away, and I was doing my best to comfort our children while making final arrangements that I prayed would honor his life in the way he deserved. As I walked out the door, I remember my sister saying, “You would be good at this.”
In remembrance of those individuals served by Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Homes in the month of May
As Chad Clark finishes up his morning meal at St. Vincent de Paul’s Phoenix Dining Room on the Human Services Campus — oatmeal and sausage on this day — he grabs a couple handfuls of water bottles to head back out for another day on the streets of downtown Phoenix. It’s only May, but already the temperatures are in the mid-80s at 8 a.m. as Chad collects his belongings.