by M.D. Pitman A quarter-century ago, Royalmont Academy was a small, grassroots Catholic school in Oakley. This year, the school celebrates its 25th anniversary at its Warren County campus in Mason. Growth of the pre-K to eighth grade Catholic school included forming the region’s first new Catholic high school in
On May 18, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will celebrate the historic ordination of nine men to the priesthood! Deacons Alex Biroymumeisho, Mark Bredestege, Zachary Cecil, Christian Cone-Lombarte, Ambrose Dobroszi, Andrew Hess, Elias Mwesigye, Jeffrey Stegbauer, and Jedidiah Tritle have spent many years studying, discerning, and serving in preparation for this
Bishop Joseph R. Binzer from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati visited Royalmont Academy to bless our new Stations of the Cross, which were a gift from our 8th Grade Students.
Father Frank Pavone of the organization Priests for Life joined students from Royalmont Academy in prayer Thursday afternoon, the feast of Pope St. John Paul II, near the Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Auburn Avenue in Cincinnati. Father Pavone, in Cincinnati as a guest of Royalmont Academy, prayed the rosary in English
Staff Report There are 24 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati that will graduate 3,168 men and women into the college ranks, military or workforce this summer. Here’s a by the numbers look at the class of 2015. • Largest Graduating Class: 376 St. Xavier High School •
Staff Report On the final day of Catholic Schools Week, the newest Catholic high school in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati announced the hiring of its first high-school specific principal. Courtney Brown, most recently the Theology of the Body Education Director for Ruah Woods was introduced at a press conference Friday
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The sins of the founder have weighed heavily on the religious movement of Regnum Christi and the priestly order the Legionaries of Christ, but after much soul searching and an Apostolic Visitation by the Holy See, the movement can see the light at the
September 2013 By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Less than two years ago Royalmont Academy was a small, Catholic elementary school in a building with a capacity of less than 200. In June of last year the school moved to the 16-acre former Mason Heights Elementary school and the new