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It’s A Book!


The Working Parent’s Guide To Homeschooling   It’s finally in print and boy am I anxious to get this book out to anyone who might benefit from it. Think you’re too busy working to homeschool your children? Think again! “The Working Parent’s Guide To Homeschooling” is packed with tips, tricks, suggestions and resources to help working parents take charge of…

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Catholic Education: Homeschool or the Parish School?


I read in our diocesan newspaper last week about how enrollment is dropping at Catholic schools.  People can’t afford tuition, there isn’t enough assisstance to go around, etc.  Families are disappointed that they have to pull their children out of the parish school and put them into public school.  Frankly, my enthusiasm for Catholic schools has waned since more of…

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God Bless America


It warms my heart to hear people sing the Star Spangled Banner. In recent years, it seems I’ve noticed alot of people who don’t know, or refuse to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, or sing our National Anthem. As a student in Catholic schools for ten years, not a day went by when we didn’t say the pledge, and the…

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