Congrats to the 6-8 boys basketball team, who won their semifinal game against New Boston today by a score of 42 - 39. The Knights will now play in the championship game on Saturday, February 18th. Tip off is at 10:30am at the St. Paul's gymnasium in Franklin. GO KNIGHTS! Our Lady of Victory, pray for us!
Please come and support the Knights tomorrow (2/14), as the 6-8 boys basketball team hosts the first ever home playoff game in the new St. Joseph's Center. The Knights of Our Lady finished in 4th place out of 22 teams. We are asking fans to wear red in support of the boys! We look forward to seeing you tomorrow for a 6:00pm tip of.
Congratulations on the return season of the 6-8 girls basketball team. This Knights squad improved tremendously over the course of the season. We are so proud of you girls! You should be proud of your effort!
Several activities are planned to celebrate Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 30-Feb. 3. On Monday, Mass will be celebrated in the morning and students will gather to do puzzles together in the afternoon. On Tuesday afternoon, each class will send two representatives to a school-wide spelling bee where we will all cheer on our classmates. Essays for our Catholic Schools Week essay contest will be due on Wednesday; students have also been working with Mrs. Dwyer to complete posters for a poster contest. The ski program will also be held on Wednesday. On Thursday, students will get together in the...Read More
Today, the Upper School students begin their annual witness to the culture of life. MRA is blessed to have a full bus of students and youth traveling down to Washington D.C. in order to increase awareness for the sanctity of all human life. Please pray for the safety of our students, and also that through our collective spiritual sacrifices, political leaders will be open to God's inspiration to ensure that all life is protected, from conception until natural death.
Below are videos from Fr. Robert ...Read More
Discovering Mount Royal's presence in unexpected and unknown locations is very exciting, especially when our school appears on another blog!
Yesterday we were privileged to host Brother Rene of the Marist order on our campus. Br. Rene spoke with Upper School students about the founder and inspiration of his order.
Marist brothers are a reminder of the power and influence of the Catholic tradition in the education and formation of youth.
We invite you to read Br. Rene's illustrative and powerful reflection on the benefits of saying yes, no matter how much it costs. True freedom is found in foll...Read More
Merry Christmas! It may sound like I am too late to be wishing you a Merry Christmas, however, it is important to remember that the Christmas Season begins on Christmas Day.
“The Christmas season begins with the celebration of the birth of Jesus, Christmas day, or as a vigil on Christmas Eve. The Feast of Christmas lasts 12 days, until Epiphany. However, the time from Epiphany until the Baptism of the Lord is also included in the Christmas season. Traditionally, Epiphany had been fixed to January 6th, and the Baptism celebrated on the octave of Epiphany, which was January 13th. In most countr...Read More
January 1st is a treasured and solemn day in the liturgical calendar, for it is the day when the universal Church honors the special role of the Holy Mother of God, which is especially fitting as we continue our celebration of Christmas day.
January 1st is also an important day in the secular calendar, as it marks the beginning of a new year. Pope John Paul II sought to engage the culture by capitalizing on the natural rhythm of the secular calendar, using January 1st as an opportunity to teach about peace and justice. Every new beginning includes an internal inclination within the human spiri...Read More
As I was sitting spellbound in our new building last evening at the ‘18th annual Mount Royal Christmas Pageant’, my thoughts were immediately brought to just how far we have come from the '1st annual Mount Royal Christmas Pageant’. But have we?
On my way to the office this morning after dropping off my nine year old at MRA, my thoughts went back to the early formative days of MRA. We had very humble beginnings to say the least. MRA occupied a wing of an old hospital building. The patient’s rooms were the classrooms. The newborn nursery was the office. The hallway was the site o...Read More
The facebook page offers daily announcements concerning school events, and it is also an amazing networking tool to communicate the mission of Mount Royal Academy.Read More
The core of the social studies curriculum at MRA is the study of our own nation's founding, and the positive values that instigated the revolution of the colonists against the British. Enduring ideas such as respect for human dignity, freedom for the good, religious tolerance, and the natural law inspired the colonists to act. In the French Revolution, rebels were inspired by a different set of core values - values associated with the philosophy of the Enlightenment - which ultimately led to immoral and poor actions on behalf of those leading the revolution.
We challenge students to discover t...Read More