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Hailey Infante dreams of one day helping heal people with kidney problems. But when her mother became ill a few years ago, it appeared the Catholic high school education Hailey sought to help realize those dreams was in jeopardy.
A Brophy alum alongside a neighboring Xavier College Preparatory student will share personal experience with at the Nov. 28 event.
Quiet time plus stillness does not always equal prayer. A conversation with God can happen with a little bit of wiggle, too.
The celebration occurs four months shy of St. Patrick's Day, but crowds will honor the diocese's Irish heritage via its priests, entertainment and food.
The Damen Award, named for Loyola University's first president, Jesuit Father Arnold J. Damen, is among the campus's highest honors.
She enrolled in a beginning photography class in January. A spontaneous photo taken about a month into it is now a finalist in a nationwide photo contest.
Families who choose to send their child to a Catholic school have extra partners in their quest to save their child’s soul for eternal life.
Campus leaders plan to add one grade level each year until the current first-graders enter eighth grade.
Planned to handle the area’s rapidly expanding Catholic population, especially among Hispanics, the school will open for classes Aug. 13 and host a grand opening Aug. 21.