General: That those who administer justice will always act with integrity and upright conscience.
Missionary: That seminarians, especially from mission Churches, may always be pastors according to the heart of Christ, fully devoted to the proclamation of the Gospel.
Come to the Chesterfield City Hall next Thursday, April 25 to hear inational experts on the takeover of our schools.
Missouri Coalition Against Common Core
The Fundamental Transformation Of Public and Private Education (You probably haven’t heard of it, but you are paying for it!!)
Panel Presentation Chesterfield City [...]
For more info on Common Core, check out Cathy Duffy’s 2001 article: The Education Standards Movement Spells Trouble for Private and Home Schools. This has been in the works for some time.
Taken from today’s HSLDA e-lert:
Call Now to Stop Federal Takeover of Missouri Education
Dear HSLDA Members and Friends:
Powerful forces in Washington, D.C., areseeking to centralize control over education and dictate what children in America must learn—perhaps even homeschoolers. And they are doing it through an ingenious program called “Common Core State Standards.”
Okay, blogger friends, my daughter has made it into the top ten in the Radio City Rockettes’ Jump the Line contest. If you are on Facebook, we would very much appreciate your vote. You can vote once each day through April 21. The winner gets to “jump” to the front of the Rockette audition line [...]
2013 Catholic Homeschool Conference
Friday, April 5 & Saturday, April 6
Cardinal Rigali Pastoral Center, 20 Archbishop May Dr., St. Louis MO
John LaBriola is the featured speaker at the St. Louis Catholic Homeschool Association’s 2013 Catholic Homeschool Conference to be held Friday, April 5 & Saturday, April 6 [...]
General: That the prayerful and public celebration of the faith may be a source of life for the faithful.
Missionary: That the particular Churches in mission territories may be a sign and instrument of hope and resurrection.
An oldie, but a goodie! Happy Easter!
It has taken us years to figure out the perfect Easter egg hunt. We started years ago by hiding the brightly colored boiled eggs that the kids had decorated. This was new to me, but it was a tradition in my husband’s family. After about the third hide [...]
On May 5, Archbishop Gregory Michael Aymond will award the Order of St. Louis IX Medallion to my Mom at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans.
The Order of St. Louis IX award was established in the New Orleans Archdiocese more than 40 years ago to honor those members of the laity who have contributed their [...]
Happy Palm Sunday!
Here in St. Louis, Winter Storm Virgil — I prefer Palm Sunday Snowstorm, is just beginning to pelt our area. We’re expecting nine + inches of snow over the next 36 hours. Lightening and thunder as I type. That’s never a good sign when it is snowing. So [...]
This post is part of the 4th Annual St. Joseph Altar Blog Fest. If you made an Altar for St. Joseph’s Feast Day, and would like to be included, make a blog post about your St. Joseph Altar, including details and pics, then link it here. Linking is open and will continue till April 3. [...]
Just a reminder that the 4th Annual Altar blog fest will open tomorrow afternoon! Join in the fest and share a blog post about your Altar. We love details and photos.
Linking will open on the afternoon of St. Joseph’s Feast Day and continue through April 3.
Viva San Giuseppe! [...]
Today was the opening of the season for St. Louis Patriots Homeschool Baseball. It was just a bit cold for baseball but that didn’t stop anyone. Crozet is number “9″ in honor of Drew Brees. Yes, we are mixing up our sports! Our game was followed by a mega picnic with all three Patriot [...]