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Homeschooling an 8th Grader: An Honest Look at Challenge B

One of the great benefits of homeschooling is the education parents can receive—most often an education very unlike the one they received when they were young.  It is an honor to learn alongside my daughter this year in Classical Conversations Challenge B as she...
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Five Ways to Give Thanks for One Thousand Gifts

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Five Ways to Give Thanks for One Thousand Giftsby Ruth E. Holleran “I look down at the pen, this pen I keep wielding, one writing her way all the way to...
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Five Ways to Give Thanks for One Thousand Gifts

by Ruth
Wednesday, 21 November, 2012
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
"I look down at the pen, this pen I keep wielding, one writing her way all the way to one thousand. This pen: this is nothing less than the driving of nails. Nails driving out my habits of discontent and driving in my habit of eucharisteo....Because the habit of...
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The Impossibility of Academic Integrity in Public Schools

This essay is more of a quick expression of my philosophical thought against the governmental educational system than a thorough, well laid out argument. Yet, I believe it will be worth your time and mine. First, I would like to define and describe academic integrity...
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