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Jesuits’ MAGIS 2016 program draws young adults to Poland ahead of...

A young adult from Scottsdale is among 2,000 pilgrims who completed "Ignatian Experiments" in culturally diverse groups among four countries.

Four of nation’s top high school athletes play for Catholic schools...

Catholic school athletes were the sole winners with a pair of others named the nation's top high school athlete in their respective sport.

Brophy teacher ordained, sent to Rome for further study

Many young men claim their time at Brophy College Preparatory was a formative one. The same goes for a newly ordained priest.

Xavier teacher set to inspire nation’s top high school artists

Alison Dunn, an art teacher four times over at Xavier College Preparatory, will be the keynote speaker at the Congressional Art Competition in Washington, D.C. June 23.

Notre Dame Prep invites citizens to chat with city mayor

The Scottsdale school is hosting an informal conversation about the city's future with Mayor Jim Lane June 20 in the cafeteria.

Xavier student aces ACT exam

She is the second student in the last several years to achieve such a feat.

University of Mary reserves new scholarship for active military

The university is offering an unlimited number of scholarships to undergraduate students on active duty.

Arizona’s Catholic universities form coalition

The state’s four private Catholic institutions of higher education Catholic Universities of Arizona formed a coalition to support each other’s mission and to help students of all faiths complete a meaningful and values-based education.

Boston College to bestow honorary doctorate for Phoenix principal’s dual language...

The principal at St. Matthew will be honored for her trailblazing work transforming the traditional K-8 Catholic school into a dual-language one.

Benedictine University at Mesa graduates to hear from local philanthropist

John O. Whiteman, a Mesa philanthropist advocating early childhood learning and college success, will address the graduates.