ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN
We are excited to announce that we are rolling out a "Virtual Benefit" to engage our community in a safe and responsible way.
Due to the recent cases of Coronavirus in the Philadelphia area and nationwide, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person event scheduled for April 21st.
We do not make this decision lightly, as we count on the Regina Angelorum Academy Forward in the Faith benefit as our largest source of individual donations for our school every year. This is important because it provides us with the necessary resources to continue to deliver an outstanding educational experience for our bright students. That is why it is more vital than ever that we come together as a community to support each other during this time.
So, we are moving this event online!
Please watch for the Virtual Benefit to go live on Saturday, April 4th at 8:00pm with Tim Staples coming to your home virtually, and make a donation to Regina Angelorum Academy as you would have at the in-person benefit.
We count on and appreciate your generosity to propel our work forward. We truly cannot do this without you.
We will be sharing the news of our accomplishments and our tremendous goals going forward on this page and we invite you to be part of them.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Tim Staples is Director of Apologetics and Evangelization here at Catholic Answers, but he was not always Catholic. Tim was raised a Southern Baptist. Although he fell away from the faith of his childhood, Tim came back to faith in Christ during his late teen years through the witness of Christian televangelists. Soon after, Tim joined the Marine Corps.
During his four-year tour, he became involved in ministry with various Assemblies of God communities. Immediately after his tour of duty, Tim enrolled in Jimmy Swaggart Bible College and became a youth minister in an Assembly of God community. During his final year in the Marines, however, Tim met a Marine who really knew his faith and challenged Tim to study Catholicism from Catholic and historical sources. That encounter sparked a two-year search for the truth. Tim was determined to prove Catholicism wrong, but he ended up studying his way to the last place he thought he would ever end up: the Catholic Church!
He converted to Catholicism in 1988 and spent the following six years in formation for the priesthood, earning a degree in philosophy from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Overbrook, Pennsylvania. He then studied theology on a graduate level at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland, for two years. Realizing that his calling was not to the priesthood, Tim left the seminary in 1994 and has been working in Catholic apologetics and evangelization ever since.
A MESSAGE FROM TIM STAPLES
A MESSAGE FROM TIM STAPLES
"God is up to something here!"
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
YOUR DONATION IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 403(B) TAX LAWS
AND THE PINTO FAMILY
BISHOP JOSEPH COFFEY
MR. MICHAEL GORMLEY
THE MCGINLEY FAMILY
MR. JOSEPH GIOELLO
THE TUFARO FAMILY
MR. KEENAN LYNCH
MR. THOMAS SAMMON
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy and Emily Malloy
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Susan and Coffey
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew and Jessica Carney
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew and Katie Amrhein
Mr. and Mrs. David and Cynthia Brothers
Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Amy Patton
Mr. William Donaghy
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin and Kelley Gutowski
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Holly Guertin
Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Jen Lorenz
Mr. Luke Wischnowski
Mr. and Mrs. James Coffey
Ms. Patricia Hayek
Mr. Robert Cesar
Mr. and Mrs. John and Elizabeth Boring
Ms. Marie O'Toole
Mr. Richard Petrucci
Regina Angelorum Academy is an independent, Catholic Liberal Arts, coeducational school.
It is located 5 miles west of Philadelphia in the heart of the Main Line.
RAA draws students from Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties.
Transportation is provided within a 10-mile radius.
Regina Angelorum Academy
105 Argyle Rd.
Ardmore, PA 19003