As homeschoolers, we can get really overwhelmed. Self-doubts can wreak havoc on our peace of mind, causing us to lose faith in God’s plan for our families. A wonderful consultant and veteran homeschooling mom, Paola Ciskanik, is here to talk about Curing Mommy Overwhelm. Stay with us!
Our lineup this year includes internationally known speakers, authors, bloggers, and podcasters, who share their knowledge, passions, and wisdom with you, our Homeschool Connections family.
Dr. Scott Hahn is coming to Springfield, MA as the keynote speaker for the Catholic Life Conference on Saturday, March 21, 2020. Childcare is being offered.
Chad Stewart, former Disney animator and veteran home school Dad, offers a 12-week LIVE – online Animation Course for ages 11-18.
Our friends at Catholic Teen Fiction share their latest video. Authors TM Gaouette and Leslea Wahl discuss the new anthology Gifts: Visible and Invisible
The secular world tries to claim it and hold it up as proof that religion is false. And yet, Catholics believe that honest inquiry always leads us to God.
The North American Martyrs Kids Activity Book will bring the lives of these holy men alive for Catholic children. This 135-page paperback book includes bios, discussion and reflection questions, word puzzles, mazes, coloring pages and more activities about the lives of the North American or Canadian Martyrs.
Find out about Homeschool Weekend, Scholarships, and Dual Enrollment at Ave Maria University
Molly McBride and the Christmas Pageant: A Story About the Virtue of Obedience (MMCP) makes its way into Catholic family collections this holiday season. Christmas Pageant is the fourth Catholic children’s picture book in the series by Ohio author/illustrator Jean Schoonover-Egolf. The kindergarten class at Holy Trinity School is having a Christmas pageant, complete with stable, angels, barn animals, and… Read more →
Every Catholic’s Guide to College 2020 Colleges and universities with a strong Catholic presence on campus offer an added dimension to their students. The “home away from home” that many create provides comfort, stability, a place to relax, make friends, as well as pray and be fed by God’s love and mercy to all students, from the nominally Catholic to… Read more →