I dug up an old Homeschool newsletter I edited and found a few favourite quotes that I had used to pad out the gaps. It’s become more difficult to believe because the world in which we find ourselves is completely made up of ourselves, and God, so to speak, doesn’t appear directly anymore. We don’t… Continue reading Snippets
So many fine articles, I think it’s time to keep a list. Upcoming Plebiscite – seven point run down Rewriting History to Serve the Gay Agenda – guess what? the Church didn’t perform same-sex marriages! – there is no same-sex marriage in human history – except Emperor Nero (WARNING Explicit Content) which was universally seen… Continue reading How to make a case for male/female marriage.
Easter week is there over the other side of all the hugeness of the Sacred Triduum. It’s time to get ready. Out of all the music for Easter, here is a classic – the Sequence, sung Every Day of Easter Week between the Alleluia and the Gospel. And everyone says – “I can’t read that,… Continue reading Easter Sequence
I first made a Lent calendar ages ago when my boys were little. You can see a bit about it here. It fell by the wayside a little, until this year with a precocious 4 year old in the house, and the discovery of lots of purple tissue paper. Then today I found a printable… Continue reading Lent calendars
I just opened our electricity bill and saw this on the back. For the record we have 8 people living in our house right now. And no, we don’t have a pool. Advertisements
Here is a note to self about two Local History groups : Canterbury & District Historical Society Bankstown Family History Group Advertisements
Lots of goodies once you look outside the Anglophone internet! La Torre di Cotone started a Nativity Scene in crochet in 2013 and continued in 2014 and 2015. The original set is available here. In the following years the basic shapes were simplified so the people are different but the animals are the same. This… Continue reading Free Nativity Scene Patterns