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A simple request from her pastor launched a career in education that spans decades. MaryBeth Mueller, superintendent of Catholic schools and Executive Director of the Division of Education and Evangelization for the Diocese of Phoenix, marked 30 years of service in the diocese this summer.
Golda Miller is one of two student representatives, on a board of 20, that will provide perspective to the Arizona Chapter.
The seminar, Courage as an Essential Virtue for the Catholic Healthcare Provider, runs Aug. 18-20 at University of Mary in North Dakota.
Jesuit Father John Cecero, Provincial of the USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus, announced a priestly appointment affecting Fairfield University and Jesuits...
“What I always sense is the passion and desire of our students, coupled with a belief that all things are possible with Christ,” the incoming president of the Diocesan School Board said.
The teachers hold a variety of roles at St. John XXIII School in Scottsdale but are united in their desire to better integrate science, technology, engineering and math — STEM — across the curriculum.
A young adult from Scottsdale is among 2,000 pilgrims who completed "Ignatian Experiments" in culturally diverse groups among four countries.
Catholic school athletes were the sole winners with a pair of others named the nation's top high school athlete in their respective sport.
Many young men claim their time at Brophy College Preparatory was a formative one. The same goes for a newly ordained priest.