Sept. 13th Repairs underway at St. Joseph Catholic Church & a Dominican Sister celebrates her 25th Jubilee
Prayer on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11
We remember, God of history and remembrance, we remember. We remember when the towers fell and the lives were lost; we remember the dust and the smoke, the despair, and the grief. We remember that sense of vulnerability and shock. We remember the numbness that overwhelmed us as we watched our screens for hours and hours, waiting for an explanation and understanding that never came. We remember...
Repairs underway after storm damage hits St. Joseph Catholic Church
Repairs are now underway, after more than a month that a storm left severe damages at St. Joseph Catholic Church and School.
Feast Day of Our Mother of Sorrows
The feast of Our Lady of Sorrows (15 September) has special significance for our Diocese, as Padre Eusebio Kino, placed his first mission and his mission field under her Patronage - “Mission Dolorosa” -- in 1687!
Dominican Sister celebrates her 25th Jubilee among friends in Tucson
On August 27th, Sister Mary Joe Sobieck celebrated her 25th Jubilee as a Springfield Domincan Sister from Chicago at the St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Center in Tucson AZ.
Woman from the Diocese of Tucson professes vows as a Dominican Sister of St. Cecilia in Tennessee
August 10, 2021 (Nashville, TN) – Four young women professed the simple vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience as members of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia Congregation in Nashville, Tennessee on August 10, 2021.
The Challenge of the Modern World
Our experience as teachers has taught us a lot over the years especially when it comes to an effective delivery when it comes to sharing the Church's teachings with the modern world. From the bombardment of information from various media sources to the opposition of an overwhelming number of industries who seek to oppose to mission of the Catholic Church with each of these entities having in most cases, more resources and manpower.
Afghan refugee's plan to attend Catholic school in Arkansas halted
Shadab, 18, was ready to leave Afghanistan to travel nearly 7,500 miles to begin his senior year of high school at Subiaco Academy -- a Benedictine high school which is both a day school and a boarding school -- just before the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
Chaplains recount ministry during 9/11 attacks in New York
As the World Trade Center was attacked on Sept 11, 2001, first responders of all kinds did all they could in the hours and days after the towers' fall to bring comfort and hope to those devastated by the terrorist act.
UPDATE: Former Cardinal McCarrick pleads not guilty; two more lawsuits filed
USCCB launches initiative to address polarization in U.S. society
Bill honoring abolitionist aims to expand human trafficking prevention
Vatican prepares to launch two-year synodal process on ‘synodality’
On Tuesday, the Vatican presented the preparatory document for an upcoming ecclesial endeavor: A Synod on Synodality.
UPDATE: Mexican Supreme Court invalidates second state law against abortion
The Mexican Supreme Court has invalidated a clause in a state constitution that provided protection of life "from the moment in which an individual is conceived ... until their death," arguing that no state government could determine when life begins; only the federal constitution could determine that.
Pope meets unusual pilgrim carrying message of hope for refugees
UPDATE: Eucharist is source of joy, God's presence, speakers tell global congress
Argentine priest sentenced to 17 years for abuse of minors
Lo que queda del 11 de septiembre de 2001
Hace 20 años un atentado cambió el curso de la historia
Obispos mexicanos, Scalabrinianos abordan 'crisis de gran magnitud'
El ministerio de migrantes de los obispos mexicanos y los misioneros Scalabrinianos han anunciado planes para brindar una mayor atención pastoral y material a los migrantes y solicitantes de asilo atrapados en la ciudad de Tapachula, en el sur de México.
Mass with Bishop Weisenburger Online
September 24th -
Ignatian Silent Retreat
September 25th -
Immaculate Conception Parish 2nd Annual Live Auction
September 29th -
Tepeyac Leadership Initiative Inc. calls out Catholic Professionals
October 1st -
MONASTIC EXPERIENCE WEEKEND for Women
October 4th -
CELEBRATION OF THE FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS
October 6th -
The Catholic University of America-Tucson Program Mass
October 10th -
Marriage Anniversary Mass
October 16th -
Arizona Rosary Celebration
October 30th -
The Five Stones of Cursillo
November 5th -
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