Tuesday, October 20, 2020

News

Parishioners, friends remember Fr. Gilbert Schneider, who “lived the Gospel”

"Father Gilbert dedicated his life to our people."

Your Guide to 2019 Holiday Festivals and Craft Fairs around the Diocese

We've got the rundown on this year's offering of fall fun!

Friday New Roundup: Celebrating 20 Years of Service in Tuba City; Gallup Principal Resigns

Plus: St. Kateri and the Rosary, New Saints Canonized, and more!

October is the month of the Rosary – Join in on one of the rallies happening around the Diocese

If you'd like to join in public prayer with fellow Catholics, here is the list of rosary walks and rallies happening in October.

AZ Bishops Applaud “Brush & Nib” Decision

The reality still remains that Arizona has the ability to serve every person while making room for valid conscientious objection for the purposes of religious freedom.

A “Mission of Prayer”: Benedictine Nuns Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary in Diocese

The Benedictine nuns are expanding their monastery, where they make crafts and icons, welcome visitors, and pray seven times each day - always for the people of the diocese.

Friday News Roundup: First US investigation against a bishop using Vos Estis Lux Mundi

Plus: Bishop Wall on Relevant Radio; Aztec Parish Fiesta

A Place of Peace: New Shrine Will Honor St. Kateri and Indigenous Catholic Traditions

The shrine will be a place of peace and prayer especially for Native American Catholics, whose devotion to St. Kateri has been a lifelong commitment.

Diocese Adds Four New Names to Lists of Credibly Accused Clergy

Br. Dennis Duffy, Fr. Camillus Cavagnaro, Fr. Sylvester Mancuso, and Fr. Roman Pfalzer are named as credibly accused.

Latest News

Run – or walk! – to show your support for the inaugural St. Michael Indian School Drexel Run

Looking to engage in a healthy, family-friendly activity while respecting social distancing guidelines?
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The Wages of Sin | Sunday Homily

"When the soul gives in to sin, it does not bear fruit...the fruit of happiness, meaning, justice, loveliness, and interior peace." Homilist: Bishop James Wall

Little Sisters of the Poor and Religious Liberty: Debunking the Myths

‘We have been subjected to criticism, derision and even death threats. We’d like nothing better than to return to our mission unhindered by the fear of millions of dollars in fines.’

How diocesan schools are adapting to Covid-19 as a new academic year begins

Whether in-person or virtually, teachers and staff remain committed to providing the best-possible education to their students.
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The Biblical Case for the Papacy | Sunday Homily

Bishop Wall examines the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 16, in which Jesus designates Peter as the first Pope.