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AVONDALE — The first Catholic high school to serve the growing number of Catholic students and families in the far West Valley is about to mark a major milestone.
Students at Our Lady of Perpetual Help witnessed the intersection of past, present and future on their first day back in 2017.
Each fall yields a fresh crop of highly-deserving eighth-graders seeking a Christian Service Award. Exactly 144 students applied.
Ela Wootton, a junior at Notre Dame Preparatory in Scottsdale, earned the title of Miss Maricopa County Outstanding Teen.
It was the assistant principal who served as the "bridge" for the school community during a recent time of transition. A parent took notice and nominated her for an award.
The gift of Catholic education is a dream for many parents. The annual Night of Hope helps make that dream a reality, and it does it with a subtle blend of faith and flair by building support for the nearly 14,000 students who attend Catholic schools in the Diocese of Phoenix.
Whether you travel internationally or domestically, it's possible — and rewarding — to build volunteering into your vacations. Just ask these Catholic school families.
Rob Curtis, who found his calling in lay ecclesial ministry as an intern at the All Saints Catholic Newman Center serving Arizona State University 15 years ago, is headed back to college as a campus minister.
Handmade signs ready to show off in Terminal 2 read, “Welcome Home Sisters!” “Bienvenidas a su nuevo hogar” and “We are [an array of positive emoji faces] that you are here.”