Homeschooling in the Philippines

Three Things to Remember About Homeschooling

Parents who have been homeschooling for a fair amount of time will probably attest to this statement: When it comes to homeschooling, there is always room for growth and improvement. After all, once you take your children’s education into your own hands, there are a lot of lessons to be learned, even if you have already…

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Pope Francis in the Philippines

Called to Be a Voice for the Voiceless

This article was written by Yvonne Fudge Santos, one of CFA’s high school students, immediately after Pope Francis’s January 2015 visit to the Philippines. We hope you’ll be inspired—and moved into action—by it, especially during this season of Lent, which is a perfect time for us to do works of mercy and compassion. ****** So…

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How to Be Like Pope Francis: Be Devoted to Saint Joseph

“I like Joseph very much. He’s a strong man of silence. In my desk, I have a statue of St. Joseph sleeping. Sleeping, he looks after the church…When I have a problem, I write it in a piece of paper and put it under the statue so he could dream about it. This means, ‘Please…

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Lenten Resources for Homeschoolers (and Non-Homeschoolers)

Lent has already begun, so we’ve come up with a list of resources to help make it a more meaningful season for your families: Lenten Activities on Catholic Mom ( This page on the Catholic Mom website provides links to different Lenten resources. Click and pick whatever seems interesting to you and whatever may seem…

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homeschooling in the philippines

Learn About How One Family Discovered Homeschooling

Every homeschooling family has their own story of how they came to journey on “the road less travelled.” Read about how CFA’s very own Parungao family discovered homeschooling in, of all places, Bangkok, Thailand, and how God has been blessing their homeschooling journey with CFA so far. Click here to read the post on…

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Be Prodigal This New Year

Today, I’d like to talk about the Prodigal Paradigm. A lot of people actually think prodigal means “lost” or “wayward” because the only time they hear the word prodigal is from the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Actually, prodigal means extreme, excessive, reckless extravagance.  That was what the youngest son did. He got half of…

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