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Coming to a Stadium Near You

Since the dawn of the home schooling movement in America, the question has been asked: “Can home schoolers compete academically with their brick-and-mortar counterparts?” Since every serious study has supported ...

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Mere Fatherhood

This monthly column is devoted to examining the role of the Catholic father, and how we fathers can better live our calling. Mostly, it has been about theory. This time, ...

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Driven to Distraction

“Why can’t we ever do anything fun?” my seven-year-old son asked the other day. This is a common enough question from children. It struck me as odd this particular time, ...

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A Day in the Life

Fathers, you think you’ve have a bad day. Let me tell you what your wife’s day has been like. 8:47AM.  The dog ran into the house and tracked mud on ...

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What’s At Stake

Because I have the worst directional sense of anyone I know, last summer I bought a global positioning satellite (GPS) receiver for my car. Now, I never get lost driving, ...

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The Father’s Role

The Father’s Role

As a home-schooling father of eight children, I have been asked to do a regular column on Catholic fatherhood in this newsletter, and specifically, Catholic fatherhood in the home schooling ...

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California Crisis

A few months ago, in February, we considered the decision of a lower court in California as a crisis. The court decided that home schooling is illegal in California unless ...

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Little Things

Sister Josefa Menendez, who has not yet been declared a saint, but whose writings have been personally recommended by Pope Pius XII, gives us a great example of the quiet way to sanctity through devotion to daily duty. Sister Josefa received many visions from Our Lord. She obediently wrote His message of love, now published in the book The Way of Divine Love. During the Lent of 1923, Jesus revealed to her His sufferings, both physical and mental.

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