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Holy Door art project sets hearts on path toward mercy

Students walked through mock “Doors of Mercy” at Our Lady of Mount Carmel and even made a mini set in art class as part of a "Mercy Unites Us" effort that teamed up parent and student learning.

Teen golfers take swing at titles

A late September day is proving to be a memorable date for young golfers throughout history.

Notre Dame Prep stages comedic mystery dinner theater

Fans of the classic "Clue" boardgame may enjoy Notre Dame Preparatory's latest staged production: a comedic who-dunnit featuring audience participation.

‘Mesa Now’ TV profiles Benedictine University’s growth [VIDEO]

The City of Mesa's local news program caught up with key leaders at the campus that is now in its fourth year.

Bishop blesses growing school that bears two names — for now

COTTONWOOD — With arms raised and singing “He is Exalted,” the 197 students of the newly named St. Joseph/Immaculate Conception School filed into their new building and formed a square around the perimeter of the open center courtyard during the a blessing ceremony on Sept. 18.

Handful of new hires serves growing College of St. Scholastica

As enrollment grows in Arizona, so does faculty and administration, particularly in the college's social work and nursing program.

Standalone dorms planned for Benedictine students

The $3.5 million renovation will initially accommodate 53 students and is scheduled to open in January.

Faith, high school coach play role in Paralympian’s journey to Rio

A huge factor in this 26-year-old two-time Paralympian's success: "my brother and sisters treated me like everyone else," Siemann said. "They made no exception for my disability."

High school seniors named among Arizona’s 300 merit semifinalists

The tallies are still coming in, but so far at least 16 local Catholic high school seniors have earned themselves the title based on PSAT scores.

Shea Homes improves classrooms, playgrounds at eight schools

One month in, students and staff at eight Catholic elementary schools remain grateful for the multi-million-dollar project.