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Sr. Carrie Elizabeth Flood, IHM, professed perpetual vows of chastity, poverty and obedience as a Sister, Servant of the Immaculate Heart of Mary at a Eucharistic celebration Oct. 4. The congregation has nearly 400 sisters serving throughout the U.S. and Latin America.
Xavier College Preparatory's three senior golfers will turn 18 this school year, and thanks to their performance on the course this week, the Gators' historic win streak extends all the way back to their infancy if not their life in the womb.
The Gators have not lost a dual match since Oct. 6, 1996, totaling 200 straight wins in the streak so far.
St. Matthew is a one-classroom-per-grade school, but the majority of its students double up on the learning with complementary lessons taught in English and Spanish.
The dual language staff highlighted student learning and assessment during a state conference of the Arizona Language Association and the Teachers of Language Learners Learning Community Sept. 26 at Mesa Community College.
National Coffee Day is Sept. 29 and The Refuge, a local coffee shop and wine bar in Central Phoenix, is offering some deals for patrons who want to savor it within or take bags home to roast on their own.
The Diocese of Phoenix Catholic Schools Office is holding high school information fairs over three days at as many locations aimed at helping eighth-graders and their families discern which Catholic high school might be the right for them.
An anonymous St. Gabriel parishioner is being dubbed an “angel” for her offer to help fund the future of Annunciation Catholic School. The church and school share a Cave Creek campus that has added one classroom each year since it opened in 2009.