Homeschooling: The Pro-Family Counterrevolution

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Homeschooling: The Pro-Family Counterrevolutionby wpjljron.Homeschooling: The Pro-Family CounterrevolutionA new film production company demonstrates yet another aspect of the massive cultural influence of the homeschool movement. “In a world at war with the family, there is nothing more pro-family…

A new film production company demonstrates yet another aspect of the massive cultural influence of the homeschool movement. “In a world at war with the family, there is nothing more pro-family…

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  1. oldtimefreedom30 April, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    Thomas E Woods offers a great homeschooling program….

  2. JMJHFPRODUCTIONS29 April, 2015 at 4:52 am

  3. truthaboveagenda28 April, 2015 at 5:06 am

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    ………………………………..CATHOLICS UNITE- MAKE A COMMUNITY
    There would be no need for home schooling, if faithful Catholics would
    unite and therefore build Catholic communities.
    Joseph

  4. CJP969428 April, 2015 at 1:45 am

    Thanks. Great video and testimony, especially for those who may be scared
    of homeschooling after hearing common myths. 

  5. Sonia Martin28 April, 2015 at 12:19 am

    This is impressive stuff. ‘Competent Christian parents can educate their
    children as well, or better, than anyone else.’ Totally agree. My brother
    and his wife homeschooled and are homeschooling their five kids. Two are
    grown up and out of the nest and are involved in international Christian
    aid and mission organisations in foreign countries and more besides. They
    are all intelligent, well socialised, creative and morally strong children
    with enough of a God-given sense of who they should be to not let the world
    walk all over their self-respect.

  6. Pio Kolby27 April, 2015 at 5:19 pm

    In most circumstances catholic women should not be going to college. The
    Church needs stay at home mothers and nuns.

  7. Benjamin Anderson27 April, 2015 at 3:49 pm

    My sister has six kids and she home school. They are great kids they know
    how to interact with adult there are smart. I think I will home schooling
    if I get marred.

  8. Alejandro Murguia27 April, 2015 at 2:04 pm

    Thank you for sharing could not agree more, however even if someone chooses
    Catholic school parents are the principle catechist always need to be on
    top of what they are being taught especially in religion class. There are
    the times that even well meaning teachers teach not just bad theology but
    wrong theology as I have stated before I had to go to a state college to
    learn some of the things I learned in Catholic school was heretical
    according to the Catholic Church. I think for my kids I will give Catholic
    School 1 last chance of course being vigilant. Both my wife and I need to
    be in accord being she is going to take the largest share of the work.
    One honest question what do you find/is problematic with theology of the
    Body age appropriateness of course?

  9. NoiseGrinder27 April, 2015 at 12:47 pm

    I’m sure Pope Francis won’t agree with this.

  10. Magnus Maximus27 April, 2015 at 5:15 am

    We are a proud Catholic family who homeschool our son. We plan to do the
    same with our new daughter!

  11. BayStateObserver27 April, 2015 at 2:57 am

    We need MORE independent film companies and film distribution companies
    like these folks. Undermine the dominant so-called “mainstream media”
    paradigm in the most creative and cost-effective means possible. Get the
    most artistic “bang” for the least “buck” possible.

    Out-think and out-act the bad guys ruling the entertainment
    industry….starting with prayer and fasting. Build on it from there.
    Excelsior!

  12. TheRemnantvideo27 April, 2015 at 1:57 am

    Far from the last resort for tens of thousands of families, homeschooling
    has become the first choice and best option.

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