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The Home School as Monastery

Saint Benedict (480-547) lived in an era of decline in the Roman Empire. He realized that it was growing difficult to practice true Christianity given the cultural temperature of his day. Instead of falling prey to the weaknesses his society suffered from, Benedict “...
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If the Lord Builds the House

by John
Sunday, 23 July, 2017
categories: Articles
“If you build it, [they] will come,” has become an iconic expression in American culture. For you young’uns, it’s a line from the 1989 film Field of Dreams starring Kevin Costner. In the film, Ray Kinsella, played by Costner, is a struggling farmer who keeps hearing...
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A Homeschool Parent’s Musings: What Is Christian Paideia and Why Does It Matter?

"Education as paideia is not preparation for life, for college, or for work; it is our inherited means of living fully in the present, while we grow in wisdom and in grace, in conscience and in style, entering gradually into 'the good life.'"1 My summer Parent...
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Me? A Director?

We had been an official part of a Classical Conversations community for less than a year. My children were thriving, and I was realizing that a classical education meant more than memorization, pounding Latin, and reading boring books. My oldest was ready to move to a...
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The Truth about Classical Conversations

We are coming up on our eighth year in Classical Conversations, and we truly love it more each year. For this reason I thought I would take a minute to share what we have learned during the last seven years. Classical Conversations truly is a classical Christian...
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