Edward J. Ryle
Monsignor Edward J. Ryle Fund
Edward J. Ryle

The Monsignor Edward J. Ryle Fund has been founded to honor the memory and extend the legacy of a remarkable man. The Fund springs from the example of a lifetime of personal and public service to the people of Phoenix and the State of Arizona, especially the most vulnerable and the disenfranchised. Its success will be measured by a growing crescendo of many, if lesser, voices speaking in the public square on behalf of reasoned discourse and social justice.

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Ryle Fund News

The Fifth edition of "The Monsignor" ®, a very special Pinot Noir order form is now available.
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Ryle Fund Denounces the State Budget

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Monsignor Ryle Fund 2014 Year End Letter

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Monsignor Ryle Fund 2012 Year End Letter

Almost 500 people crowded the Great Hall at Brophy College Preparatory Jan. 6th to participate in The Ryle Fund's first "Community Conversation on Economic Justice." Many people have asked us to make the video of the panel discussion available, and we have.

The “Community Conversation on Economic Justice” panelists included:

Sr. Simone Campbell, Executive Director of NETWORK; Nuns on the Bus
*Michael Gerson, Washington Post columnist and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush
*Fr. Thomas Reese, author and Senior Analyst for the Catholic Reporter
*John Carr, Director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University

The Ryle Fund aims to carry on the legacy of Msgr. Edward J. Ryle, who dedicated himself to improving the lives of the people of Arizona - especially the most vulnerable and the disenfranchised. The "Community Conversation" brings reasoned discourse on issues important to our city and state, with the goal of affecting public policy.

The Man and His Legacy

Monsignor Ryle was an ethical and intellectual leader in Arizona until his untimely death in December of 2005. His influence was felt not only in the Churches of Arizona but also in the centers of power in the Legislature and the Capitol. He was priest, friend, mentor, advocate, organizer, peacemaker and read more....
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