Modern Catholic Schools Are Not Reasonable
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
21h ago
In Union County, North Carolina (where I live), there are ZERO Catholic schools. There are thousands of Catholic families, and ZERO Catholic schools. To find ..read more
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How to Take Notes When Reading
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
21h ago
Taking effective notes on a reading assignment is crucial for understanding the material and retaining key information. What’s important is not only that you summarize ..read more
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Classical Catholic Education Podcast – Episode 001
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
1d ago
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Understanding “a Priori” and “a Posteriori” Arguments
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
1d ago
In philosophy and reasoning, arguments are often categorized based on the types of evidence or reasoning used to support them. Two key classifications are a ..read more
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Do Homeschool Students Get Lonely?
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
2d ago
This is a question that assumes its own answer. Yes, lonely homeschool students get lonely. Homeschool students who enjoy good culture and a balanced schedule ..read more
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The Quality of Mercy, by William Shakespeare
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by Dania Michael
2d ago
The following text is studied in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s Elementary Literature 7 course. The quality of mercy is not strain’d.It droppeth as the ..read more
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Special Offer for Premium Students (Ends August 31)
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
2d ago
Dear friends, This year, I am making a new enrollment option available, which will provide me with the opportunity to work directly–and live–with students. The ..read more
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The Sportsman, by Owen Johnson
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by Dania Michael
3d ago
The following text is studied in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s Elementary Literature 7 course. The house championships had gone on until the Woodhull and ..read more
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Sella, Part 2, by William Cullen Bryant
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by Dania Michael
4d ago
The following text is studied in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s Elementary Literature 7 course. Continued from Part 1… Autumn came and went;The winter passed ..read more
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Free Summer Tutoring for Premium Students
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by William C. Michael, O.P.
4d ago
This summer, I will be offering free tutoring meetings for students who are subscribed to the Premium Student Plan. It is my desire to help ..read more
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