The Light of a Mother

In this talk Dania Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy encourages Christian mothers that their light as Christians should shine in their own homes. Mrs. Michael is Catholic homeschooling mother of 10 children, born between 2000-2014. Mrs. Michael studied Classics at Rutgers University and has over 20 years of … Read more

The Virtues of Youth

In this video, Mr. William C. Michael discusses Aristotle’s teaching on the “virtues of youth” and how this teaching assists us in raising virtuous children.

Mr. William C. Michael
Classical Liberal Arts Academy

Understanding the Works of Mercy

We know that Our Lord says, “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy.” (Matthew 5:7) We also know that He speaks of our duty to fast, pray and “give alms”. (Matthew 6) In the Church today, we refer to the work of giving alms as the “works of … Read more

How to Teach Young Children

In this talk, I intend to speak to homeschooling mothers on how to teach young children. I want to be very clear about that because the work of caring and teaching young children is almost always the work of homeschooling mothers. Even if children are sent to school, they learn … Read more

The Duties of Catholic Parents

Catholic parents today are tormented by subjective ideas about parenting. The truth is that the duties of parents are limited and objective. Parents are not responsible for the choices their adult children make, nor for the response of their children to good Catholic parenting. They are simply responsible to carry … Read more