|All are invited to Brophy’s Chapel Mass every Sunday at 10 a.m.
The last Mass of the season will be Sunday, May 18th. Regular Sunday Mass will resume mid-August.
The Jesuits welcome you to Brophy Chapel
Photographed from left to right are Chris Calderon, S.J.; Marc Valadao, S.J.; Elias Puentes, S.J.; President Father Edward A. Reese, S.J.; Father Harry T. Olivier, S.J., Daniel Nevares, n.S.J.; Father Phil Postell, S.J. and Father Lou Bishop, S.J. (Michael Ging Photography)
To book the Brophy Chapel for funerals, baptisms or weddings you must be a Brophy Alum or Xavier Alum. For more information contact Susan DeLozier at 602-264-5291 ext.6422 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Through the generosity of Brophy donors…
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hoyt: St. Francis Xavier statue at the center of the Chapel Yard. Designed and sculpted by Brophy alumni parent Dr. Thomas Hudak.
Count and Countess Minotto, friend of Mrs. Brophy: Holy Family painting
Mr. James S. Douglas, friend and business associate of Mr. William Brophy: Antique Crucifix
The Ladies Sodality, 1947: Marble Baptismal font
Mrs. Robert Kelley: Pipe Organ
Mrs. Virginia Remp: Stations of the Cross, A.B. Clausen; frames made and donated by Ray J. Becker.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hughes: side altar statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Sinski: side altar statue of St. Ignatius
Mr. and Mrs. David Vienna: St. Joseph
Mr. Rory Brophy: Altar drapery
The Jerry Glenn family: Sacred Heart statue, Chapel Yard fountain statue, now sits in the Graham Plaza
The Bayless Families: Stained glass window (choir loft)
Brophy Mothers 1985: Restoration of windows
Mr. William Lupkin: The Scottsdale artist designed, produced and donated the three stained glass windows in the vestibule