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Sts. Simon and Jude 7th Graders Shine in Honeywell Fiesta Bowl Aerospace Challenge

By | March 18th, 2016|Uncategorized|

By Lennon Audrain Science and I can get along, but not without extra work on my part. You can ask any of my teachers, from those I had at St. Gregory to the ones that are trying to help me here at Brophy, and they will tell you that my strengths lie elsewhere. They would [...]

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Bourgade Catholic is Training Tech Titans of Tomorrow. Thankfully.

By | March 4th, 2016|Catholic Schools|

By Lennon Audrain Writing articles about Catholic schools and the students who attend them is one of my favorite things to do. Weird, I know, but it’s true. I get to visit schools, meet students and teachers, take notes and then go someplace quiet and write. Simple. Except when my technology goes bad like it [...]

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Discernment and Vocation Get a Head Start – St. Francis’ Arrupe Project Helps Students to Find Purpose

By | February 18th, 2016|Uncategorized|

By Lennon Audrain For us Catholics, the word discernment and vocation go hand in hand. You know, we're suppose to discern a vocation religious life-- one of the Catholic hoods. Vocations to the priesthood, sisterhood, brotherhood, monkhood? All of those Catholic hoods, And while we as Catholics are always pushing youth to discern a vocation [...]

Celebrating 93,000 Students – And the Contributors Who Have Made That Possible

By | February 5th, 2016|Catholic Schools|

By Lennon Audrain Ninety-three thousand. That number is the number of students who have received scholarship support from Catholic Education Arizona since 1998. It is an incredible number; we are grateful for both the support we get and for the opportunity to provide the support that we do. And this is the week that we [...]

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St. Gregory’s Gleefully, Grumpy Christmas

By | January 8th, 2016|Catholic Schools|

By Lennon Audrain While St. Gregory Catholic School is typically full of happy students all year round, right before Christmas it was full of some “Gleeful” fourth to eighth graders and some “Grumpy” preschool to third graders. It was not the upcoming season that made the students this way, but the drama performances that would [...]