Camp Subiaco

NEWS: Camp Subiaco Continues

More than forty alumni volunteered to staff the two weeks of Camp Subiaco 2014. Two hundred forty-one campers from ten states enjoyed one of the two camping sessions (June 15-21, and June 22-28, 2014) of Camp Subiaco. Boys, ages 9-13, arrived at Subiaco from Arkansas, Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Kansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Colorado, and Missouri….

Subiaco Academy Graduation

BLOG: Mr. Lux’s Five Points

During the commencement ceremony for the 127th graduating class of Subiaco Academy our commencement speaker, Mr. Bill Lux, Subiaco Class of 1966 and Chairman of our Academy Board of Trustees, lent both profound insight into the meaning of “commencement” and equally profound advice into what a life worth living means.  Beginning with commencement, we can…

Now You See Me

BLOG: Forgiving the Unforgivable

Kathy Sanders and her daughter Edye were working in an office in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, when they heard a deafening explosion and felt their building shudder. The Murrah Federal Building, one block away, had been bombed by Timothy McVeigh and his accomplice, Terry Nichols, in the deadliest act of terrorism on…

1909 Train from Subiaco

BLOG: Leaving the Academy

Fr. Hugh, our Abbey Historian and Archivist, provided the following look back in history: The end of a school year is always a happy time for students.  At Subiaco Academy there is a lot of packing, or storage, or waiting for parents to pick him up, hopefully bringing a U-haul, or dumping  scraps into the…

Br. Ephrem at Work

BLOG: Communications at the Abbey

Being the Public Information Coordinator for Subiaco Abbey and Academy, I too frequently hear that “Subiaco is the best kept secret in Arkansas.” Naturally reports to the contrary are occasionally welcomed, e.g., “Venerable Subiaco” an article in the May/June 2014 issue of Talk Business Arkansas stated: “Tucked away in the Logan County Countryside, this Abbey…