All are invited to Brophy’s Chapel Mass every Sunday at 10 a.m.
Wednesday daily mass is held in the chapel at 12:10 p.m. The front chapel doors are kept closed and locked for security. You will need to enter the chapel through Brophy Hall, or North or South entrance gates.
Christmas 2015 Mass Schedule
Friday December 25th – MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Sunday December 27th
New Years Masses – none are held in the Brophy Chapel. Please check St. Francis Xavier Parish website for Mass listings.
The Jesuits welcome you to Brophy Chapel
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 .
Built in 1928, the chapel was designed for the students of Brophy College Preparatory. Along with the classroom building and faculty residence, the Chapel was donated by Mrs. William Henry Brophy in memory of her husband. The contractor was the A.F. Wasielewski Company of Phoenix; the architect was Mr. John R. Kibbey of Los Angeles.
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