Saint Margaret of Scotland's profound charity, says Dr. Mary Kay Clark, gives homeschooling mothers an excellent of model to serving family and community.Read More »
5 Ways We Hurt People’s Feelings
Using examples of the bad manners found in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Mitchell Kalpakgian shows how our charitable actions can avoid hurt feelings.Read More »
5 Lessons to Help You Build a Homeschool Community
Elizabeth Turajski, a homeschool mom of six, shares five lessons she found help build a homeschool community and why such a community is important to her.Read More »
5 Easy Steps to Simplify Your Life This Year
Homeschool mom Elizabeth Turajski shares five easy ways to simplify your home and life in the new year. Letting go can bring a lot more peace into your lifeRead More »
The Non-Crafty Mom’s No-Stress Guide to Advent Activities
Elizabeth Turajski takes the stress out of Advent projects with her favorite non-artistic ways to celebrate the season with her kids. Glue gun not required!Read More »
Why Christendom College is a Natural Fit for Seton Students
Seton grad Elizabeth Jamieson, now a freshman at Christendom College, found the transition to college natural as the schools are two sides of the same coin.Read More »
Mindfulness: Focus and Peace for the Busy Homeschool Mom
Living in the present moment has helped keep peace and order in Elizabeth Turajski’s homeschool. Can you use her tips for cultivating mindfulness each day?Read More »
Summer Homeschooling: How to Keep Kids Interested!
Sometimes summer homeschooling is necessary. However, Elizabeth Turajski has discovered, when done right, a little schoolwork can make summer even more fun!Read More »
Minimalism: A Homeschooling Mom’s New Best Friend?
Mom of six, Elizabeth Turajski shares how minimalism brought more peace to her homeschool. Could a simpler, slower lifestyle be just what your family needs?Read More »
My Family’s 5 Favorite Meatless Meals for Lent
Lenten cooking is a challenge. I want to prepare meatless meals that are in accordance with the spirit of the season, but which are still meals that my kids will ...Read More »
4 Ways to Prioritize as a Homeschool Mom, & Minimize Your Schedule
Homeschooling is like having two full time jobs: school teacher and stay-at-home mother. Here are Elizabeth Turasjki's 4 steps to keeping simpler schedules.Read More »
Betty Bayley’s ‘Homeschool’: How We Can Help Save Our Children & Our Country
Dr Mary Kay Clark shares the struggles and inspiration behind Elizabeth Ann Seton's homeschool idea as a blueprint for saving our future.Read More »
Homeschooling vs Christmas: 9 Ways to Thrive this Advent!
Elizabeth Rozycki shares her 9 top tips for keeping homeschooling going during the Christmas season, and how to keep the Christmas spirit alive!Read More »
5 Do’s & Don’ts to Make Meal Planning Work!
When she started meal planning Elizabeth Turajski used to make the mistake of making a different dish from scratch every night. Her 5 tips to save you time!Read More »
Faithful & Fun November Feast Ideas for the Family
November is the month dedicated by the Church to the Holy Souls. Here are a few activities we try to incorporate into our November traditions!Read More »
Why ‘Learning Corners’ are a *Brilliant* Idea in Homeschooling!
by Elizabeth Rozycki | Learning corners extend well beyond the arts and are limited only by your own imagination. Here are some ideas and ways to implement learning corners in your homeschool...Read More »
The Chore Battle: My 5 Tried & True Tactics
by Elizabeth Turajski | One of the ongoing battles I face is trying to get my kids to do their fair share of chore and clean up.Read More »
Defying Convention: Elizabeth Bennet’s Hunt for a True & Happy Marriage
by Dr Mitchell Kalpakgian | A “proper match/marriage” meant a gain in a woman’s economic status and social respectability. She no longer had to feel financially dependent on her family or embarrassed by the stigma of old maid.Read More »
The Gift of a Visit: An Easy Way to Imitate Mary’s Generosity in Your Home
In the ancient world, the Greek and Roman deities visited men in disguise, often appearing in the form of beggars or suppliants to see if mortals honored the sacred laws ...Read More »
Mary the Mother of God: Idolatry or Clear Biblical Teaching?
by Dave Armstrong | "I felt I was saying that a creature had created/given life to God Himself, Who had not previously existed."Read More »