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A talented, traditional, Catholic family

A talented, traditional, Catholic family

Here at the Traditional Catholic Homestead we are blessed to know and be friends with some talented families.  One family is fairly local to us and is, indeed, very talented.  The members of this family are all very good singers and often are part of the choir at our somewhat local (for Idaho) traditional latin Mass church. Above is a YouTube video of one of this talented, traditional, Catholic family’s  latest creations, but beware it is highly addictive and you most…

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Do’s & Dont’s for a Traditional Catholic Christmas from Father Carota (TraditionalCatholicPriest.com)

Do’s & Dont’s for a Traditional Catholic Christmas from Father Carota (TraditionalCatholicPriest.com)

Father Carota sent this post out from his blog a couple of days ago.  It’s a really good reminder of what we should be thinking of and doing as we prepare for the Nativity of Our Lord in the next few days. Here’s the link to the article:  8 Things to Do and 5 Things to not Do for a Traditional Catholic Christmas And here’s a little snippet: “As we near the great feast of Our Redeemer Jesus’ birth, we need…

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Sustainability is a loosing battle!

Sustainability is a loosing battle!

For many folks being sustainable (or living a sustainable lifestyle) and being self-sufficient is their primary goal in homesteading.  I feel like having a “mission statement” like this is fundamentally flawed on a couple different levels.  For one the goal of being 100% self-sufficient by yourself, while a noble goal, is not likely to be achieved.  Now if you add in some sort of greater community… well then you’re cooking with fire!  Self-sufficiency is best attained through a communal effort…

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