As a proud graduate of the Peters family homeschooling system, I present:
I’d be fascinated to find out in the comments: were you/are you homeschooled? Do you homeschool your children? Are any young parents weighing the option of homeschooling currently? What are some good Catholic resources for homeschooling parents?
Ph/t: Aggie Catholics
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Now this is some great papist fodder – this Sunday a new papal coat of arms was revealed!
Or, more precisely, an updated version of the pope’s original coat of arms was unfurled.
Here’s the new version:
By comparison, here is Pope Bendict’s “old” coat of arms:
It is unclear if this redesign represents the new “official” version of the pope’s ... More
Over the coming weeks and months CatholicVote will be hosting a serious and spirited conversation about Catholic principles of voting and public action. A perfect starting point to this debate is Deacon Keith Fournier’s article in Catholic Online:
Catholics are not one more “interest group” which can be polled, pandered to and bought. Our social obligation is to promote the true ... More
Pretty nifty, eh?
The CatholicVote team has been hard at work for months preparing this comprehensive redesign, and in my completely unbiased opinion, they’ve done a marvelous job.
The new design is slick, intuitive, and chock full of new information and resources!
CatholicVote will be firing on all cylinders in the coming days, so stay tuned for (even more) exciting developments.
If you ha... More
This census poster is generating a lot of controversy – some are calling it blasphemous:
Someone against the poster (all quotes via USA Today):
The Rev. Miguel Rivera, chairman of the National Coalition of Latino Clergy and Christian Leaders, says invoking the name of Jesus to promote the 2010 Census is “blasphemous” and “violates the concept of separation of church and st... More