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Author Archives: Ginny Seuffert

Ginny Seuffert
Ginny Seuffert has been a leading writer and speaker about homeschooling and Catholic family life for more than two decades. She has given hundreds of talks at conferences and written three books. Meet Ginny | Ginny's Books
September Checklist

September Checklist

September is an exciting time when the children are eagerly looking at their new books, and moms are hopeful that this year will be the best ever. But merely wishing ...

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Amazon Girl

Amazon Girl

A recent article in New Yorker magazine has created quite a stir among U.S. parents and gives Catholic homeschooling moms and dads a reason to examine their own family lives. ...

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Getting Started

Getting Started

Many readers–maybe you–are toying with the idea of homeschooling, not quite sure if you want to take the plunge. Here are some questions you may be asking yourself. I’m not ...

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Re-creation Inspiration!

Re-creation Inspiration!

Last weekend, my daughter graduated from college. (Summa cum laude — those Seton grads do okay for themselves!) The commencement ceremony was being held in Springfield, Illinois, home to Abraham ...

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Learning from History

Learning from History

My two previous columns (available in the online newsletter archive) gave a brief history of the rise, and sadly the partial decline, of Catholic education in the United States. To ...

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Holy Habits in the Home

Holy Habits in the Home

Francis Cardinal George, the Archbishop of Chicago, on Catholic radio discussed the challenges facing the young men in the seminary. Vocations to the priesthood are up in Chicago, due in ...

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Discipline

There’s no question about it! Discipline is the hot topic in Catholic home schooling circles today. I receive calls about discipline problems every week. I believe that worry about discipline ...

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The Blue Zone

Faithful Catholic home schooling parents understand the value of our lifestyles in forming souls for eternity. Recently, however, I read a book that hints we may enjoy a real advantage ...

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The Goldilocks Factor

At Seton we are often asked how many hours the actual schoolwork should take. The home school literature is brimming with advice on this very subject. I read once that ...

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little boy sitting down

Happy and Healthy

In the constant battle home school parents wage to keeps our students alert and motivated, we should recall that scientific evidence has demonstrated again and again that children who eat ...

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