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Homestead Homeschool

Homestead Homeschool

For a long time I’ve been trying to put together a solid post on what it’s like to be a homesteading homeschool family.  Well low and behold someone beat me to the punch and really kinda’ hit the nail on the head with some of the issues and drama that inevitably surround two highly time intensive lifestyles combined into one.  Any way while I continue to ponder how to most effectively portray our Homestead Homeschool I thought I would share…

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More Traditional Catholic Prayers in Latin

More Traditional Catholic Prayers in Latin

Last time around I gave you what many would consider to be the backbone of Catholic Prayers in the universal language of the Church, latin.  I talked a little bit about the importance of learning these prayers and teaching them to our families and especially our children.  I’m not going to go over that again here (if you want to go into that link here to the original post).  I’ve scrounged up a few more essential Catholic prayers that I…

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Four Traditional Catholic Prayers In Latin

Four Traditional Catholic Prayers In Latin

Traditional Catholic Prayers In Latin Latin is the universal language of the church.  It is important for us as Catholics to learn these prayers, and even more so to teach them to our children.  Without the knowledge and proper education of the traditional, conservative teachings of our faith it will be doomed to moral relativism and protestantisation with the next generation.  This is our responsibility as the primary teachers of our children.  Thankfully the truths of our Catholic faith are still…

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Wild Crafting Your Homestead Harvest

Wild Crafting Your Homestead Harvest

The ability to identify and utilize food that is growing wild on your property and in your community (or wherever you happen to find yourself) is on of those more advanced homesteading skills that should rank pretty high in the to-do list.  Wild crafting is another one of those Catholic prepping tools that need to honed and kept sharp in case of emergency as well.  In life, and especially in the homestead life, a penny saved is a penny earned….

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