All Saints’ Day

By Kristen Bourgeois Our Catholic faith is so vibrant and is meant to be woven throughout our daily lives.  One of the many benefits of living out our faith daily is a more meaningful holy day. We are a homeschooling family, and I incorporate learning about our faith into our curriculum. This school year, I […]

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No Slowing Down

By Sarah McDonald Maybe it’s because another baby is due any day. More likely, though, it’s because I have thoroughly enjoyed each stage of my children’s lives so far. I often wonder how we have found ourselves with an 11-year-old whose foot is as big as mine, but I’ve never wished to go backwards.

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Yes, They’re All Mine

By Leslie Bertucci In 1996, God led me and my husband Johnny to make the decision to start homeschooling our children. At the time, we had a fourth-grader, a first- grader, a 3-year-old and a 7-month-old. It was the beginning of a great adventure that continued for 17 years.

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