Resources for Catholic Homeschooling

Catholic Composer Johann Pachalbel's Canon in D Major
5:48 video contains audio with musical notation. Helpful for children to better learn/love Catholic music.

Book: "The Life and Miracles of Saint Philomena"

Statue of St. Saint Philomena (d. 304). Pope Pius IX proclaimed her "Patroness of the Children of Mary."

An excellent text the for the homeschooler with acquried reading skills: "The Life and Miracles of Saint Philomena, Virgin and Martyr: Whose Sacred Body was Lately Discovered in the Catacombs at Rome, and from thence Transferred to Mugnano, in the Kingdom of Naples" (1865), Imprimatur

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“To Saint Philomena God refuses nothing.“
-St. John Vianney

Learn Roman Numerals (Activity Game)

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This educational activity for children includes a step by step tutorial and a five level game with bonus questions. The tutorial is a great way to learn or review how Roman numerals work. The game has five rounds that increase in difficulty as the player progresses, each round includes a bonus question and a score report. Have fun learning about Roman numerals!
 
(Recommended for Grades: 3, 4, 5)
 
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Caracal Acrobatic Super Cat of East Africa
(IMPORTANT NOTE: try to stop the video right before it ends, so you don't get YouTube's suggested videos. -ED) This Video: learn about God's fascinating creature the Caracal; shows a caracal on a suspense-filled hunt while providing interesting scientific details about this wild cat that can leap more than 10 feet high to snatch its prey!
"If I do not become a Saint when I am young, I shall never become one." St. John Berchmans (He died at age 22)

Live Underwater Whale, and other Sea Life Cameras

Click to view living sea creatures at the Vancouver Aquarium- great resource for moms who need some rest and/or want to spend a little time reading good Catholic literature, as their little ones are glued to the ocean life ... .

 

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St. Agnes, Patron of the Children of Mary (Feast Jan 21st), was a martyr for Christ when only twelve years of age. Neither promises nor threats could shake her faith. When undergoing the hardest trial for a virgin soul, "Christ," she said, "will guard His own." Nor was she wrong. "Christ is my Spouse: He chose me first, and His I will be. He set a seal upon my face, that I might admit no love but His. He pledged my troth with the ring of faith and adorned me with the necklace of infinite beauty." A stroke of the sword united her soul forever with her Spouse.

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I would love to meet Fr. UK. I hope to attend the next meeting.

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This painting is just gorgeous! Blessed be the Most Holy Trinity, now and forever!

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