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The Holy Family

The Holy Family

Over the past few months, we have been highlighting a few of the many diverse families who homeschool with Seton. We have seen families with many differences, but also many ...

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Going Home

Going Home

Most of us probably don’t think about it much, but a father’s work can have a big impact on the lives of his children. I hadn’t thought about this much ...

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Fall Food Prep

Fall Food Prep

Every fall, circumstances in the typical homeschool family line up to create a perfect educational opportunity. First, Mom is wistfully remembering how Dad grilled all summer as she tries to ...

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Cultural Heroes

The following is a brief part of a speech the late Dr. William Marra gave in Toronto in 1993. In homeschooling, aim at a certain academic excellence. I claim that ...

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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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Realizing What We Have

Realizing What We Have

Raising kids Catholic is what home schooling is all about for us Catholics. However, sometimes parents lose sight of the big picture and focus too much on the immediate picture. ...

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Eight Isn’t Enough

As I started thinking about what to write about this month, I kept drawing a blank. That is rare for me. It’s not as though nothing important has happened since ...

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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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