Monthly Archives: April 2011

Good Fathers

THIS IS for dads who sacrifice to make a difference. Enjoy!

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And a Child Leads Them….A Hindu Mom Finds Christ

One of the things I will remember about this Easter is the former Hindu woman and her two children, ages six and four, who were received into the Church at our parish yesterday. She lives in the neighborhood of the … Continue reading

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From Patti- Easter–Memories Old and New

Easter–Memories Old and New         Our family is shrinking–five living at home, one in town, two working far away; one out of state and the other in Guatemala, and two away at school; one out of state the other in … Continue reading

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Peeking into a Thomas Easter-

I must have uploaded these pics in reverse order so please bear with me– first, (should be last) is the six year old after the huge Easter breakfast. She was supposed to be upstairs brushing her teeth and putting on … Continue reading

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Mom Blog Highlight:

  Blog: Making Music Praying Twice What It’s About: Making music is like praying twice, plus it’s good for infants, toddlers and all children. What’s Unique: Kate and John met as missionaries on the Eastern Navajo Reservation in New Mexico where … Continue reading

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Mom Blog Highlight: Ana Braga-Henebry’s Journal

Blog: Ana Braga-Henebry’s Journal What It’s About: Life and Learning What’s Unique: Ana’s childhood years were spent in Rio de Janeiro. She has an undergraduate art degree and a masters in Humanities/Aesthetic Studies. She wrote her thesis about the poetry of a prolific … Continue reading

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Simple Woman’s Daybook April 11, 2011

This is Theresa- I’m going to ask Patti to fill in her thoughts for next week…. For Today… Outside my window…it is dark, at evening’s end. There is a warm, wet wind that whispers, “spring is near….” I am thinking…. … Continue reading

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Mom Blog Highlight: Discovering Sourdough

Blog: Discovering Sourdough What It’s About: Sourdough baking! What’s Unique: Teresa is a homeschooling mama of many and a self-proclaimed sourdough fanatic. Her blog sticks to the bread creations- flat bread, soft pretzels, blueberry walnut rye, cinnamon rolls, and yummy … Continue reading

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Big Families-

Patti’s husband wrote this for Integrated Catholic Life. Thought you’d enjoy- Thank God Eight Wasn’t Enough For Us by Mark Armstrong When we put our son Calvin on a plane to leave for medical school this week, I dare say … Continue reading

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Homeschool Help

Many Catholics Choose Homeschooling – Should You? first appeared on Integrated Catholic Life Homeschooling, defined as “parent-led, home-based education” is the fastest growing form of education, now bordering on the mainstream in the United States. [i] According to National Home … Continue reading

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