Speaking the Truth

We don’t like to speak the truth about evil because we’re going to hurt somebody. Let me tell you, you are going to hurt somebody, but that Somebody is God. If you would rather hurt God than your neighbor, there is something wrong with your spirituality. It’s your obligation to speak the truth and everyone can either take it or leave it. But truth must be in us. We live in such poverty of the truth today.
- Mother Angelica

Sunday, January 25, 2009

All Things Girl

OK, check this out!! I got this newsletter this morning from Catholic Heritage Curricula. I found out about them from, hmmm, somewhere, I don't remember. Anyway, I have ordered free catalogs from a few Catholic Homeschool publishing companies to look at some things I might want to do over the summer with the kids. And in this newsletter, was some info on a new series called "All Things Girl." It's for Tweens and Teens, and my daughter isn't quite there yet, but I thought about ordering one of the books to see if I could tone it down to her level.

Click here to take a gander. There's lots of other neat stuff there. I was personally going to check out the drawing stuff. We like to draw around here and it looks like this will keep us busy!!

4 comments:

Tracy said...

oh I just love Catholic heritage curricula and have used many of their books to work with my kids during the summer months and also this year I have used them for Alex to prepare him for kindergarten and they are wonderful!!

Karen said...

That's awesome!! I don't homeschool. My kids actually attend a Catholic school and I ordered catalogs from several different publishing companies and I was really drawn to their stuff. It looks like they encompass more "stuff" to do with the kids like art and music. So I'm thinking I'm going to order some of that stuff so I can keep them "meaningfully" busy over the summer!

Debbie said...

I have been using their curriculm the last couple of years. I really like it for the little ones.. K thru 6

Karen said...

Yeah, their stuff looks very kid-friendly! Thanks Debbie!