Phoenix police have made an arrest in the killing of a Catholic priest last week.Phoenix Police Sergeant Steve Martos says information on the suspect will be released later this morning.
In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Two Catholic priests were attacked last night at their church in Phoenix.Father Kenneth Walker, an assistant pastor, was shot and killed, while Father Joseph Terra, a pastor, was hospitalized.
Religion has played an increasingly dominant -- and sometimes volatile -- role in politics in recent years. But what happens when religious beliefs conflict with a political party's platform? Or when voters have to square conflicting beliefs within their own church? In this week's feature story, M ... More >>
Phoenix's more religulous politicians and individuals gathered outside the Sandra Day O'Connor Federal Building in Phoenix today to complain about a real burning issue -- women not getting pregnant.
There are two executions scheduled to take place in Arizona in the next week, and Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference aren't happy about it.The group issued a statement on the matter this morning, which you can read in its entirety below.
from Mahony's blog Cardinal Roger Mahony: Think he could perform an exorcism on Russell Pearce? Cardinal Roger Mahony of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles denounced state Senator Russell Pearce's anti-immigrant legislation SB 1070 on his blog Sunday, likening the bill to the police state tactics ... More >>
Celebrate thirty years of awesome Pride
Edgy production centers on homosexuality at Catholic school
The sexual misconduct trial of former Catholic priest Dale Fushek is "cut off at the knees" after a judge rules he has the right to five separate trials for his six charges. Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley reportedly will leave to coach the Kansas City Chiefs -- that could be a huge blow ... More >>
Law officers including deputy marshals and task force officers from Phoenix and northern California finally caught up to Sherwood yesterday as he was leaving services at the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in San Francisco.
All-singing, all-dancing altar egos
Seeing ourselves in glass
Of short words and long pants
Jett flakes, so Kreme flies solo and gets his art jones fixed at the Molten Brothers' "Deck" show
Brains, sweat, and booze
One long improvisational sketch
Letters from the week of July 3, 2003
Letters from the week of June 12, 2003
Artists Michael and Cassandra Skomer bring the inner Bozo out of our politicos
Mistress' ministry melds Mormonism, magic and tropical fruit
After years of wildly blasting the Chandler power structure, self-proclaimed civil rights advocate Ramon Gomez now finds himself under attack