• Those Who Don’t Sin - “Monsieur le Cure,” said a pompous French magistrate to his pastor, “I never go to confession for the simple reason that I never sin.” “That may be,” said the Cure, “and if so, I am heartily sorry for you; because I know of only two kind of people who do not sin: those who have … Continue reading Those Who Don’t Sin
  • The Model - Centuries ago a great artist was engaged to paint a mural for the cathedral in a Sicilian town.  The subject was the life of Christ.  For many years the artist labored diligently and finally the painting was finished except for the two most important figures:  the Christ Child and Judas Iscariot.  He searched far and … Continue reading The Model
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  • Why Homeschoolers Are Winning - by Jens Peter de Pedro January 5, 2015 – alternativestoschool.com Homeschooling is growing at breakneck speed. It’s the fastest growing form of education. Soon 4% of U.S. students will be homeschooled, that’s 2.5 million children! To put that in perspective, the proportion of students in private schools is 10% and declining. Why is homeschooling growing … Continue reading Why Homeschoolers Are Winning
  • “When Thou Bringest Thy Gift” - Thomas of Kempis tells the following story: A youth who attended Mass was unable to to see the Host—try as he might. Because he ascribed this to weak eyes and to distance from the altar, he got as near as possible. Still he could not see the Sacred Host. This went on for some time, … Continue reading “When Thou Bringest Thy Gift”