Is it true???  click here to listen! A great set of guests joined the Breakfast with Bacon team to discuss the EISTC program with Dr. Christine Bacon on WKQA Radio. Parents Luis and Nicole Alas and their three sons, Sr. Anna Joseph, principal of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Dr. Christine Bacon and Joyce Schreiber, Director of the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation.  The radio show host, Dr. Bacon wrapped up the broadcast in these words: This is not a boring broadcast! Especially when an articulate eleven year old tells listeners he loves his Catholic education because he loves Jesus and it’s drawing his family even closer when they pray together every night. Listen in and learn how you too can benefit from Read More >>

November 11, 2019 by Sr. Anna Joseph in Announcements,Community

  Congratulations to our Cross Country teams for competing against the best middle schools and elementary schools in the state at Pole Green Park Sunday, October 27, 2109. Our Elementary School girls were the top team in the state, and our boys placed third. Cailin Houlihan (5th), Isabella Curtis (7th), and Anna Carden (8th) each earned a medal for placing in the top 10.

October 30, 2019 by Karen Coulson in Uncategorized

OLMC is participating in the first-ever online giving day created to celebrate our Catholic faith, the #iGiveCatholic Giving Day on December 3 inspires faithful stewards to “Give Catholic” on #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving. The goal of the #iGiveCatholic Giving Day is to rally our Catholic communities throughout the country in support of the organizations that shape our souls: Our parishes, schools, and nonprofit ministries.  Help support OLMC!  The Knights of Columbus are providing a matching gift in support of much-needed facilities repairs.  Thank you!!! Donate Here.

October 25, 2019 by Sr. Anna Joseph in Uncategorized

The 6th Grade took part in a field trip to Richmond to learn even more during their Civil War unit.  Students enjoyed visiting the American Civil War Museum in the morning and learned about the daily life of civil war soldiers as well as the battlefield medical practices.  The afternoon found the students touring the White House of the Confederacy where Jefferson Davis lived during the war years.  Students were fascinated with walking in the foot steps of those who had gone before and only wished for more time!  Thank you Mrs. Kunz for bringing history to life for us!

October 15, 2019 by Sr. Anna Joseph in Announcements,Study

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