Our Hope for Our Graduates

Parents who desire to pass on their Catholic faith to their children know they face a tremendous challenge. The statistics of young people turning away from the faith are well known.

There seem to be no clear answers as to why some children turn away from the faith and others grow to be strong and faithful Catholics. However, it cannot be denied that solid Catholic formation and the support of Catholic peers both provide an important foundation for growth in virtue and commitment to Christ and his Church.

The Regina Academies have great hope that all of our students will grow to be committed Catholics. Our schools provide solid Catholic formation, and our students form life-long friendships with peers who will provide support and encouragement while in our schools and throughout life.

Our prayer for all of our students is that they will:

  1. Love, live, and study the Catholic faith and encourage others to do so as well.
  2. Frequent the sacraments, including weekly Mass and monthly confession, and develop personal habits of prayer including praying the rosary with their families.
  3. Read and revere sacred scripture, the lives of the saints, and other devotional materials.
  4. Become stewards of God’s creation.
  5. Boldly promote a culture of life and witness against a culture of death in all its forms.
  6. Faithfully perform and support the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
  7. Understand and practice the social teachings of the Church, helping to assure justice for all people.
  8. Discern truth from error in public discourser, and advocate a worldview that trusts God as opposed to trusting the only man.
  9. Be open to God’s call to the priesthood or religious life.
  10. Become active citizens and parish members, selfless spouses, and discerning parents who take responsibility and teach their children wisely.