Posts Tagged:Catholic Homeschooling

About Confession

  How often do you go to Confession? Me, I try to go once a month. In our family, I’ve been rallying my sons to receive this Sacrament monthly. But so far I’ve not been able to convince them. (Just goes to show who needs the Sacrament the most!) And to think that once upon a time…

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Plan Your Life

  CFA graduate reveals his strategy on what he did for a smooth sailing school life. Hi! My name is Michael. Today, I will be teaching you about some basic stuff about CFA. CFA offers a homeschool program and you, as a homeschooler, own your time while studying inside your house. As you go up to a higher…

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Make Your Kids Happy Millionaires (Part 1)

16 Steps To Train Your Children To Become Truly Rich Do not handicap your children by making their lives easy.  — Lazarus Long Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. — Proverbs 22:6 One day, my friend gave her clothes to…

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I Still Date My GF

So far, I’ve had 884 romantic dates with her. Our date nights are sacred. Unless it’s an invitation from the President of the Republic, I say no to all invitations and meetings.  Our relationship is what it is today because of those precious dates. By the way, did you know she has magical powers? When…

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Homeschooling is God’s Plan for Me (and Maybe It Is for You, Too)

By Rhia Macatol The past school year was one of the most challenging for me, especially when it came to homeschooling my kids. I thank God for helping me surpass the challenges, which taught me to spread my wings and soar against the wind. They have strengthened my own sense of life purpose as a wife, mother and…

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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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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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