2018 Brophy Alumni Awards Honor Fr. Peter Pabst, SJ, '72 and Rodrigo Dorador '08

Each fall, at the annual Father-Son Communion Breakfast, we honor two alumni for the ways they have embodied the profile of the Graduate after Graduation: Intellectually Competent, Religious, Loving, Open to Growth and Committed to Doing Justice. The St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service 
is presented to a Brophy alumnus whose life and life's work exemplifies a sustained commitment to Jesuit education. The St. Francis Xavier Award
for Ignatian Identity
 is presented to a recent alumnus who has sought to deepen his commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education in remarkable ways.
This year we honored Fr. Peter Pabst, SJ, '72 and Rodrigo Dorador '08 at the Father-Son Communion Breakfast on Nov. 17, 2018. 



    • Peter Pabst, SJ '72
    • Rodrigo Dorador '08


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  • Fr. Peter Pabst, SJ '72 - 2018 St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service

    The 2018 St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service

    This award is given annually to a Brophy alumnus whose life and life’s work exemplifies a sustained commitment to the values of Jesuit education. This is the Brophy community’s affirmation of one alumnus who is recognized and honored for the ways he personifies the Brophy Graduate after Graduation. The recipient of this award, like St. Ignatius, has earned the respect and admiration of the community because of the significant impact he has had on the lives of others, particularly those most vulnerable.
    Brophy is happy to announce that Peter Pabst, SJ, ‘72 has been named the 2018 recipient of the St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service. 
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  • Rodrigo Dorador '08 - 2018 St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity

    The St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity

    This award is given annually to a recent alumnus (15 years or fewer) who, after graduation from Brophy, seeks to deepen his commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education in remarkable ways. Like St. Francis Xavier, who was moved by his encounter with Ignatius to boldly and selflessly live Ad Majorem Dei Gloriamfor the greater glory of God – the recipient of this award has been moved by his Jesuit education to find unique points of intersection between his talents and the needs of the world. Brophy is happy to announce that Rodrigo Dorador ‘08 has been named the 2018 recipient of the St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity. 
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  • John Graham '75 - 2017 Honoree

    The 2017 St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service

    This award is given annually to a Brophy alumnus whose life and life’s work exemplifies a sustained commitment to the values of Jesuit education. This is the Brophy community’s affirmation of one alumnus who is recognized and honored for the ways he personifies the Brophy Graduate after Graduation. The recipient of this award, like St. Ignatius, has earned the respect and admiration of the community because of the significant impact he has had on the lives of others, particularly those most vulnerable. Brophy is happy to announce that John Graham ’75 has been named the 2017 recipient of the St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service.
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  • Jeff Malkoon '05 - 2017 Honoree

    The 2017 St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity

    This award is given annually to a recent alumnus (15 years or fewer) who, after graduation from Brophy, seeks to deepen his commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education in remarkable ways. Like St. Francis Xavier, who was moved by his encounter with Ignatius to boldly and selflessly live Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – for the greater glory of God – the recipient of this award has been moved by his Jesuit education to find unique points of intersection between his talents and the needs of the world. Brophy is happy to announce that Jeff Malkoon ‘05 has been named the 2017 recipient of the St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity.
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  • Thomas P. McCabe '66 - 2016 Honoree

    The 2016 St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service

    This award is given annually to a Brophy alumnus whose life and life’s work exemplifies a sustained commitment to the values of Jesuit education. This is the Brophy community’s affirmation of one alumnus who is recognized and honored for the ways he personifies the Brophy Graduate after Graduation. The recipient of this award, like St. Ignatius, has earned the respect and admiration of the community because of the significant impact he has had on the lives of others, particularly those most vulnerable. Brophy is happy to announce that Thomas P.  McCabe ’66 has been named the 2016 recipient of the St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service.
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  • Daniel B. Englander '04 - 2016 Honoree

    The 2016 St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity

    This award is given annually to a recent alumnus (15 years or fewer) who, after graduation from Brophy, seeks to deepen his commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education in remarkable ways. Like St. Francis Xavier, who was moved by his encounter with Ignatius to boldly and selflessly live Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – for the greater glory of God – the recipient of this award has been moved by his Jesuit education to find unique points of intersection between his talents and the needs of the world. Brophy is happy to announce that Daniel B. Englander ’04 has been named the 2016 recipient of the St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity.
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  • Marc Ashton '84 - 2015 Honoree

    The 2015 St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service
     
    This award is given annually to a Brophy alumnus whose life and life’s work exemplifies a sustained commitment to the values of Jesuit education. This is the Brophy community’s affirmation of one alumnus who is recognized and honored for the ways he personifies the Brophy Graduate after Graduation. The recipient of this award, like St. Ignatius, has earned the respect and admiration of the community because of the significant impact he has had on the lives of others, particularly those most vulnerable. Brophy is happy to announce that Marc Ashton ’84 has been named the 2015 recipient of the St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service.
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  • Chris Hoyt '01 - 2015 Honoree

    The 2015 St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity

    This award is given annually to a recent alumnus (15 years or fewer) who, after graduation from Brophy, seeks to deepen his commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education in remarkable ways. Like St. Francis Xavier, who was moved by his encounter with Ignatius to boldly and selflessly live Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – for the greater glory of God – the recipient of this award has been moved by his Jesuit education to find unique points of intersection between his talents and the needs of the world. Brophy is happy to announce that Christopher Hoyt ’01 has been named the 2015 recipient of the St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity. 
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  • Tom Manos ’70 - 2014 Honoree

    The 2014 St. Ignatius Loyola Award for Distinguished Service
     
    This award is given annually to a Brophy alumnus whose life and life’s work exemplifies a sustained commitment to the values of Jesuit education. This is the Brophy community’s affirmation of one alumnus who is recognized and honored as the embodiment of the Brophy Graduate after Graduation. The recipient of this award, like St. Ignatius, has earned the respect and admiration of the community because of the significant impact he has had on the lives of others, particularly those most vulnerable.
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  • Colin Gilbert '03 - 2014 Honoree

    The 2014 St. Francis Xavier Award for Ignatian Identity 

    This award is given annually to a recent alumnus (15 years or fewer) who, after graduation from Brophy, seeks to deepen his commitment to the ideals of Jesuit education in remarkable ways. Like St. Francis Xavier, who was moved by his encounter with Ignatius to boldly and selflessly live Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – for the greater glory of God – the recipient of this award has been moved by his Jesuit education to find unique points of intersection between his talents and the needs of the world.
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