Archive | January, 2012

Protected: College & Career: Part 1

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College & Career Planning Series

Dear readers, Beginning today, I will be posting a series on College & Career planning.  This will be ridiculously controversial in a public audience in modern America, so I’m going to make it available only to private members here on the CLAANews.com site. Part 1 will begin to consider the question, “Should Our Children Go […]

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St. Don Bosco

by William Michael Today is Tuesday in the Fourth Week of Ordinary Time.  On this day the Church reflects on the life of St. Don Bosco (19th-20th c.). Note 1:  that the celebration comes exactly one week after the memorial of St. Francis de Sales (1/24), under whose patronage St. Don Bosco labored and founded […]

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Dr. Schmiedicke On the Move

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Watch the CLAA’s Dr. Nathan Schmiedicke on Fr. Groeschel’s “Sunday Night Live”. Good stuff.

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What To Do With Nagging Pre-schoolers

My wife and I basically have young babies at home, although my oldest who turns 4 in March has been doing basic Petty School exercises and writing for about a year now. So although we are not in the full swing of having multiple children schooling while little babies are fussing and demanding Mom’s time, […]

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Protected: My Attempt to Hire a Homeschooler

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Daily, Daily, Sing to Mary

Looking for a quick way to increase your devotion to Our Lady? Teach your family this traditional hymn in her honor:

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Your Money and the CLAA

I announced on Friday that on March 1, the CLAA would begin charging a new “Support Services Fee” to provide for our support services.  I have since received two e-mails questioning the justice of such a fee.  One of those messages warned me of acting before I think about it and criticized me for failing […]

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CLAA Sporting: Phil Mulryne

Phil Mulryne is another example of men who make the ascent from sporting to religion, the ultimate human sport.  Thanks to Iwona major for the link.  http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2012/01/27/former-man-united-footballer-to-become-a-priest/ You can see him scoring a goal for the Northern Ireland national team below against Denmark:

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St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274)

Today is the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas, the “Angelic Doctor” of the Catholic Church, known as the “Christian Aristotle”.  He’s widely misunderstood today because the system of learning he lived for is not longer known to Christians in most places.  The more we recover the classical liberal arts, the more we will understand, […]

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