REad up on color management. Just calibrating your monitor is no use when you don't know the rest.
What colour space does ROES require – sRGB maybe?
There are a couple of things to note here right away.
To get a good screen to print match the first consideration is the monitor brightness and white point temperature. The goal is a visual match to paper white.
The calibrator will help you set this up. Spend some time to find the right settings, because it will depend on the ambient light and your whole working environment. That includes the Photoshop UI - if you use the now default dark UI, images will appear brighter than in the old light UI.
The second thing to note is that you don't change any Photoshop color settings. The calibration and profiling is all handled automatically, once you found the right settings for white point. Just let the calibration software run through and do its thing, done. The display profile is set up as system default and Photoshop finds it there.
Once you have a correct display of the file, you then need a correctly color managed print pipeline. If both are accurate, they will match.