The following was written by Kolbe Academy theology teacher, Mr. Nicholas Senz . Recently  America Magazine featured  a school that is scrapping its traditional junior high faith formation program in favor of what it calls “conversational catechesis.” A seminar-style format encourages students to “talk openly about difficult and complex questions of faith.” It is hoped that such an approach “could be
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By Katie Giandinoto   What a wonderful sound, the noise of boys.  Movement, chatter, whispers, giggling, competition, crashing, bickering, loudness, more competition and laughter, repeat.  This is the noise that I have been trying to silence since it is so constant with my boys.  For nineteen years I have been trying to hush them.   
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A Tool of My Trade Banríon S.               Homeschooling can be exciting and liberating: there are so many materials and tools from which to choose!  And homeschooling can be frightening and paralyzing at the same time: there are . . . so many . . . materials and tools from which to choose .
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