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Phoenix organizations provide technology boost for Catholic schools

More than $100k for 400 devices for Catholic schools was raised by Catholic Educatin Arizona, Catholic Community Foundation and others.

Forty years after St. Romero’s martyrdom, El Salvador sees a harvest of martyrs

Soon-to-be Blessed Rutilio Grande and companions March 12, 1977: MartyredAug. 16, 2016: Local canonization process ceremonially closedFeb. 22, 2020: Martyrdom formally recognized Fr. Rutilio Grande, SJJuly 5, 1928: BornJuly 30,...

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.

Amid economic growth, pope urges Mauritius to care for the young, poor

PORT LOUIS, Mauritius (CNS) — Statistical indicators show Mauritius’ rapid economic growth has benefited all sectors of society, lifting thousands out of poverty over the past 30 years, but Pope Francis still urged the island’s Catholics to be careful.

No byline, but author’s tea room menu has faith written all over it

It’s beyond tea. “We’re serving their soul in some way.”

Understanding Marriage through St. Ignatius of Loyola

Among the keys to understanding Pope Francis are the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. In the first of the four-week exercises, you discover yourself to be a sinner, who is unconditionally forgiven and loved by God. This perspective leads the Holy Father to see the Church as a field hospital, as a mother and teacher, and as a fountain of mercy. It is within this Ignatian perspective that the teaching of Pope Francis is best understood, including his latest Apostolic Exhortation on love in the family.

Gutiérrez, new ‘Catholic Sun’ editor, brings fresh vision, faith to post

The new editor of The Catholic Sun is a critical thinker with an eye for detail and a thirst for knowledge.

Father Morris leaves helm of Sirius XM’s Catholic Channel

Father Jonathan Morris, program director and talk-show host for the Catholic Channel on the Sirius XM satellite radio platform, has left the station.

Rwandan genocide survivor becomes American citizen

At the end of a process that has taken her 15 years to complete, world-renowned Rwandan genocide survivor and peace advocate Immaculee Ilibagiza became an American citizen the morning of April 17 in New York City.

New Catholic store opens in Phoenix

It has only been about two months since The Little Church Store made its debut in the Arcadia neighborhood of East Phoenix. Located at 4747 E. Thomas Road, Suite B, the cozy, eclectic store boasts handcrafted items by Arizona artists.