Archive for January, 2016

Homeschooling and The Road Not Taken

Homeschooling and The Road Not Taken

Today as part of our Language Arts lesson, I read The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost to three of the kids. They had not heard this poem before and after reading it through to them twice I asked them what they thought the poem was about. Magdalena (11) said, “First, is this guy Christian? Because if he is then I […]

by · January 28, 2016 · 5 comments · Family, Homeschooling
Despondency and the Incarnation of God  

Despondency and the Incarnation of God  

   God is in the flesh, not operating from a distance, as did the prophets, but through Him human nature, one with ours, He seeks to bring back all mankind to Himself. –St. Basil the Great With so many tragic events going on in the world right now it is easy to lose hope and to wonder, ‘When will God […]

by · January 25, 2016 · 3 comments · Faith, Prayer

Clean Monday and Clean Fridges–A new series by a friend

Our good friend, Melissa Naasko, has started a new series about Eastern Catholicism and she also has a book about fasting coming out next month. We highly recommend you check out her new article. Clean Monday and Clean Fridges “It is nearly Lent again and Roman Catholics have fish on their minds. The world sits up and takes notice and […]

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