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The mission of Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools flows directly from the mission of the Congregation of Xaverian Brothers which is: To serve the Church in its work in evangelization, particularly through the Church's ministry of Education.

— Constitutions of the Brothers of Saint Francis Xavier

St. Bernard School Art Gallery Dedicated to Beloved Art Teacher

October 23, 2016

Mr. David Belval, who retired in 2015 after teaching art at Saint Bernard for more than four decades,…

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Students at St. Xavier Make Headstones for Be a Memory Maker

November 3, 2016

On October 8th, St. Xavier students made headstones for the non-profit Be a Memory Maker. The headstones are…

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Malden Students Stay Busy Serving Others in October

October 21, 2016

On Friday, October 21st, students at Malden Catholic sold pink cake to benefit Mass General Hospital Breast Cancer…

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Reconnect with old friends, establish new enduring personal relationships, and, together, reflect on the Xaverian Way.

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St. Xavier students spent time making headstones and praying for the deceased. See pictures and comments on the day.

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Malden Catholic students visited the Brothers at Xaverian House in Danvers, MA last week.

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#StandUpForGood

Community members at St. John's Prep talk about what they stand for, and how they #standupforgood.

I wanted to go to a school where people live their faith. I believe that spiritual values of the Xaverian Charism - humility, simplicity, compassion, trust, zeal - define how god would want me to live my life. At my school, these values are lived every day, and reflected in how we care about one another.
— Christopher DeNapoli, Malden Catholic High School Class of 2010
It’s gratifying to see that the Xaverian Charism continues to inspire such a wide variety of people, and that our network continues to grow and to grow stronger. We are all committed to both the Xaverian vision, and to helping each school to thrive and fulfill its ambitions, its greatest dreams.
— Brother Daniel Skala, Headmaster, Xaverian Brothers High School