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AROUND THE DIOCESE

Msgr. Robert Fuller honored at dinner for retired priests in Tucson

By VICTOR CALDERON The New Vision Msgr. Robert Fuller, who serves as pastor at St. Frances Cabrini Parish in Tucson, was honored this past month at a dinner to raise money for retired priests who have served the people of the Diocese over many years. Msgr. Fuller, 84, has been a priest for the Diocese Read More

INSIDE OUR SCHOOLS

Nogales students receive letter from Pope Francis

Students at Lourdes Catholic School in Nogales wrote a letter to Pope Francis and were surprised to receive a response from the Holy Father this past month. The Kino Teens group at the school had written to the Pope about the situation along the Arizona-Nogales border and also made a video about how people’s lives Read More

LA NUEVA VISION

Unidos como iglesia peregrina en la fe, la esperanza y la caridad

Por el PADRE VILIULFO VALDERRAMA La diócesis de Tucson esta formada por nueve condados, en una área de 42,707 millas cuadradas. Las 78 parroquias que la forman tienen aproximadamente unos 300,000 católicos. Aquí es donde nos toco vivir la aventura del Evangelio. Aquí es donde construimos la civilización del amor. Aquí es donde evangelizamos o Read More

NATIONAL

Just Philly for papal visit? Catholics hope other cities get added, including Tucson

By MARK PATTISON Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — To date, the only city officially announced for a September visit by Pope Francis is Philadelphia, where he will attend the eighth World Meeting of Families. However, other cities are still making their bid to be part of a papal itinerary, including Tucson. Talk persists about Read More

WORLD & VATICAN

Pope confirms he will visit Philadelphia in September

By FRANCIS ROCCA Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis said he would attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia in September, making it the first confirmed stop on what is expected to be a more extensive papal visit to North America. The pope made the announcement Nov. 17 in a speech Read More

GENERAL NEWS

With your support, Catholic Community Services gives the gift of hope

By RUTH LILJENQUIST Every day at Catholic Community Services (CCS), we meet people who feel hopeless — the single mother facing eviction, the frail senior who feels isolated and lonely, the young person who despairs at the poverty limiting her opportunities, the parent with a drug addiction whose child was just removed from his care, Read More