"Peace be with you," is a phrase often heard in Catholic churches. But it's election season, and not all Catholics are feeling at peace. See also: Catholic Conundrum: What's an Anti-Abortion, Pro-Immigrant Voter to Do? See also: The Mormon Delemma: What About Mormon Latinos?
Just got done reading a hilarious take on Mormon history written by Pete Kotz and posted over at our sister paper in Denver, the Westword.Colorado doesn't know Mormons like we do, so we figure the piece should go over well here, too. He's got over 500 comments on it, which ain't bad.We'll post so ... More >>
Channel 12's Brahm Resnik has outed a possible challenger to state Senate President Russell Pearce in the November 8 recall election in Legislative District 18: Jerry Lewis, and, no, not the cheesy dude on the telethons.Resnik writes in his blog that,"This would be Lewis' first run for elected offi ... More >>
www.paperbackswap.comOver the past few weeks, the Catholic Diocese of Phoenix has researched and cataloged an index of its clergymen accused of sexually abusing kids, and now it's now releasing their identities to the public. Spearheaded by Bishop Thomas Olmsted, the Catholic Diocese of Phoe ... More >>
www.imdb.comThe Mormon Church's newest spokesman, "Man With Teats."The Mormon Church has an interesting voice in a new television ad being aired in Arizona and Utah -- a seven-foot tall transvestite hooker.Well, he's not an actual transvestite hooker (as far as we know) but he played one on T.V.& ... More >>
Stephenie Meyer's vampire romance novels made a Mormon mom an international sensation
NunZilla's punk-rock catechism will leave you praying for more
The clown prince of Phoenix's downtown art scene is sacrificing madcap antics for a Mormon mission
Cast into the spotlight by fugitive polygamist Prophet Warren Jeffs, the mainstream Mormon Church's trying to distance itself from its infamous cousin
With leaders like Andrew Thomas, Joe Arpaio and Bishop Olmsted around, who says Arizona's a cruel place to live?!
The plumed wonder on Roosevelt Row artists who hate crazies, Scottsdale's refunding of 1,964 camera tickets and the new Catholic homophobia
Life on Planet Mormon
A state lawmaker's assault on the campus press is trickle-down from Dubya's White House
ASU's president puts the squeeze on freedom of speech to please his biggest donor
Governor Napolitano went to Utah, and all we got was some lousy ring kissing.
Letters from the week of August 7, 2003
Thomas O'Brien's fall ushers in a new era for Catholic bishops.
After a year of denials, Bishop O'Brien finally admits what we knew all along
Letters from the week of March 27, 2003
A brief history of the Mormon tenet
One of the world's most notorious holy men is quietly giving Mass in Sun City
Letters from the week of October 17, 2002
Each time Bishop Thomas O'Brien gets caught lying about a problem priest, he blames someone else. His litany of denials, stonewalls and threats will undo him.
Priest accused of child molesting ,as well as fathering a baby girl, shielded by Bishop Thomas O'Brien
Bishop Thomas O'Brien has a history of covering for pedophile priests and obstructing justice. Has he really repented?
A man possessed, plumber turned amateur exorcist Paul Hernandez wants to get the Hell out of Phoenix.
God's Army soldiers through Mormon trenches
Grand Canyon University severs formal link with Southern Baptist Convention
Demystifying Santeria and its darker cousin, Palo Mayombe
State prosecutors, regulators scrutinize the Baptist Foundation of Arizona
A New Times Investigation First in a Series
They put their life savings into a Christian housing development owned by the Conservative Baptists. Now they're praying for deliverance.