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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Suggestions requested.

It was discussed at our most recent moms' Bible study the idea of a specifically Catholic support group. Not a socializing group for the moms; we all have that through nondenominational Christian groups or something. We're talking a forum for curriculum exchange, tips on celebrating various Holy Days or saint's days, advice on raising our kids Catholic, sacrament preparation, et cetera. Stuff non-Catholics would either not know or not care about.
For example, it would be really nice to be able to put my hands on a Saxon math kit before I put out the cash, and conferences usually happen once a year. Or to be able to compare the two history tracks from Kolbe and get ideas on covering them. Or differences between MODG, Kolbe, Seton, and OL of the Rosary.
Note to the non-Catholics reading this: it would NOT be an "exclusive" thing, where if you're not Catholic you can't come. Neither would it be a forum for religious debate. Answering sincere questions, though, would be encouraged.

Anyway, we were kicking around ideas for a name for such a group. I suggested we try something in Latin, and that went over big. The problem is, none of us know Latin (yet). So I'm asking for suggestions, Gentle Reader.

Ideas? Thanks!



At 6:16 PM, Blogger Milehimama said...

Try here:

it translated
Mother Knows Best


Matris sapio optimus


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