Category Archive for: Homeschool Help

Making the Most of Homeschooling

          It was 2008 when my parents decided to take a leap of faith, making the decision to transfer me to Catholic Filipino Academy (CFA).      I honestly wasn’t quite sure about it at first. Back then, I was 8 years old, enrolled in a conventional private school in my home province. I was in the third…

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Homeschooling in the Philippines

Resources for Getting Back into the “Homeschooling Groove,” plus Celebrating the Blessed Virgin Mary and Sacred Heart of Jesus

In the Catholic Church, the month of May is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Meanwhile, the month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It also marks the beginning of a new schoolyear. Bearing all of this in mind, we share some links that you might find useful: 1. Loyola Press…

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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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