Diocese’s communications efforts have always pointed to evangelization
I’ve now served in the Catholic press for 12 years. I use the term “serve” because those of us in the field consider this to be a vocation.
Following in the footsteps of a blessed
I bumped into Sr. Felisa Muxtaytum, MSE, while I was touring an exhibit on the life of Blessed Stanley Rother at the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City chancery.
During Roe anniversary we can’t forget what it means to be pro-life
This month we commemorate the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the infamous Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide. How do we, as a people of faith respond? Before we can answer that question, we need to remind ourselves what it is that we’re for, or what it means to be truly pro-life. Unfortunately, it seems to me that too often we forget.
Religious liberty is an absolute
Recently there was a case of a woman who petitioned the state of Illinois to be able to wear a colander on her head in her drivers’ license photo as part of her religious beliefs. The woman was a Pastafarian, a member of the faux Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster invented out of the imagination of atheist activists.
As ‘Missionary of mercy and peace,’ Pope Francis brought hope and joy to a...
When I went to Ciudad Juárez this year, I wasn’t simply covering Pope Francis’ apostolic visit. For me, in a way, it was a chance to return home.
Journalist with family ties to Juárez goes as both reporter and pilgrim
CIUDAD JUÁREZ ― There was lots of excitement as I drove with my family to Ciudad Juárez yesterday afternoon. For my family, this trip was three-fold. First, I am covering Pope Francis’ visit to this city. Secondly, we’re coming as pilgrims. And lastly, I’m coming home — my mother grew up in Juárez, and I’m staying with my aunt.
Editor’s Corner: We need to see Christ in those with whom we disagree
I noticed a very disturbing trend on social media a few weeks ago following the Supreme Court’s decision to redefine marriage to include same-sex couples.
Raise your hands in support of vocations
I wanted this month’s edition of the Sun to focus on vocations, because every one of you, I’m sure has a similar story you can share about someone who is living this vocation.
Native Texan follows call to desert
When this opportunity came up to become editor of The Catholic Sun, my family and I prayerfully discerned that this was where God was calling us. So like St. Joseph, who was called by God to take his family to the desert, we’ve been called to come to Arizona.