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Our paper dolls came just in time! So we’ll be playing with those in the morning, hopefully while I read aloud Karol from Poland. “Hopefully” because we can’t find it right now, though Nino says it’s upstairs on his bookshelf. We’ll start out in the morning with piernik (Polish honey cake), and if I’m feeling …
Are you here for the recipe? I’ve moved it to my Patheos blog. Sorry for the extra click inconvenience, but hope to see you there!
How timely (and ironic, but more on that later) that we’re doing our Africa unit study and today is the feast day of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions! I’m keeping it simple (everyone’s still recovering, bad coughs all around) so we’re simply going to read from the Liturgy of the Hours, which includes a portion …
Study of the Saints Joseph of Nazareth – read 5 pages daily and write in reflection journal Read and narrate books on other chosen saints: Mary: Mary, Mother of Jesus by Joslin, Mary by Brian Wildsmith, Mary: The Mother of Jesus by Tomie de Paola St. Francis of Assisi: Saint Francis of Assisi: A Life …
It’s a Google spreadsheet, as yet unfinished, but will be working on it off and on the next few days. Also taking volunteers, if you feel like it!
for Paco, 12. Vocabulary Chapter 1: Patriarch Mediterranean predecessor previous judgment incense amphitheater steadfast quailed absolved quench bruised scrupled apostates schism allegiance hither thither aureole vigorous catechumens
Vocabulary for Yena, 6. Chapter 1. one year there great castle what twelve name more about
Chapter 1 Vocabulary list for Migi, 9: Portuguese armory entertaining magistrate beautiful laughter doublet fierce flourishing Saracens ancestor possessions murmured accounts cathedral question courtyard roused attention deceived
“Our hearts were made for Thee, O Lord, and they are restless until they rest in Thee.” “Sero te amavi pulchritudo tam antiqua et tam nova!” (Late have I loved thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new!) Lots of reading and activities here. Today, we are remembering St. Augustine. Yesterday, it was his mother‘s …
Today is the Feast day of the First Christian Martyr (Proto Martyr), Saint Stephen, for whom I am named. He’s actually my mom’s saint as today is her birthday, but when I was born they chose his name for me. The Stoning of St. Stephen by Pietro da Cortona Read about St. Stephen here St. …
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