Boston, Monday 3rd of October 2022

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Open House 2022

Xaverian students serve a world in need

"It has long been held that the differentiating factor between Catholic schools and other independent or public schools is the focus on faith formation...

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Open House 2022

Lives of purpose and presence

Serviam. "I will serve." For graduates of Ursuline Academy in Dedham, this is not merely a school motto, but rather, a way of life. Each day, Ursuline...

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Open House 2022

Always, we begin again . . .

As St. Joseph School opens the doors on the 68th academic year, it does so with great anticipation for the year to come. A recently unified school of 450...

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Open House 2022

Ever to Excel: A faith-based journey

What shapes one's faith? How does it impact our experiences? Through the Ever to Excel Program at Boston College, high school students have the opportunity...

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Open House 2022

Malden Catholic's Era of Good Feelings

Historians among us will recall that fifth president of the United States, James Monroe, ushered in what became known to some as the Era of Good Feelings...

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Honoring Senior Priests 2022

With gratitude for all the years

A few years ago, The Pilot staff agreed that it might be a good idea to gather all the articles for the "new senior priests" into one section, to have...

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Honoring Senior Priests 2022

Father Raymond Van De Moortell retires

Father Raymond Van De Moortell grew up in Holy Family Parish, a Jesuit parish in his birthplace of San Jose. Many of the Jesuits who ran the parish were...

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Honoring Senior Priests 2022

Father Francis J. Daly retires from Sharon parish

Father Francis J. Daly, who has been serving as pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Sharon, since June 2017, was granted senior priest retirement status...

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