Social Networks and Resources for Catholic Homeschool Families
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Keeping It Catholic
A network founded by Catholic homeschooling parents, is the largest and most popular site on the web devoted primarily to Catholic home education…and we’re still growing. Over 500 pages of resources.
Known Homeschool Sacramental Guidelines
Provided by Keeping It Catholic (KIC). The following guidelines are published as they appear in original form. We have added color emphasis to sections to which parents may wish to pay particular attention.
Catholic Homeschooling Moms
A Facebook group for Catholic homeschooling/schooling Moms (or Dads) to share tips, lend moral support, discuss Catholic issues pertaining to their families, and parishes.
Stories for the Homeschool Heart
Facebook wall for Catholic homeschool moms to share celebrations. Sponsored by the publisher and author of the book of the same name, coming out late summer 2010.
Specially Priced Hardcover Edition
by Pope FrancisThe perfect gift! A specially priced, beautifully designed hardcover edition of The Joy of the Gospel with a foreword by Robert Barron and an afterword by James Martin, SJ.“The joy of the gospel fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus… In this Exhortation I wish to encourage the Christian faithful to embark upon a new chapter of evangelization marked by this joy, while pointing out new paths for the Church’s journey in years to come.”
Favorite Resources for Catholic Homeschoolers
A free resource guide, research tool and sampler for Catholic parents and others who “love to learn”.
Homeschool Connections: Upcoming Courses
Each of these WebEx-based courses are recorded and available for purchase after they (along with all of the instructor’s material) have concluded. Please refer to “Recorded Courses” for access to our current list of recorded courses.
Maureen Wittmann: Catholic Treasury
The home page of Maureen Wittmann, speaker and author of The Catholic Homeschool Companion. Filled with reproducible forms, unit studies, links and other useful homeschooling resources.
by Maureen Wittmann
Here’s shrewd advice from parents who’ve fought those battles already. There’s also humor to lighten your heart when the daily grind gets you down, and, for those really bad times when you wonder whether homeschooling is even worth it, The Catholic Homeschool Companion brings you heartening testimony from teenagers and young adults who tell how grateful they are that their parents taught them at home.
State Support Groups
NOTE: Local Catholic support groups are listed on the support state pages.