July 5th, 2012New Catholic Homeschooling Radio Showby Joseph Pearce

I've been asked to share news that Radio Maria is sponsoring a Catholic homeschooling radio show, Homeschool Lifeline. The host is Katie Moran, with co-host Terry Arnold.

Here is a short description of the show:

Homeschool Lifeline is a radio program for all home schooling parents (or those considering home schooling) looking for information, help, support and guidance in their home schooling endeavor. The program is relaxed and informal. At all times it will follow and adhere to the magisterium and teachings of the Catholic Church. The program will look to cover a broad range of home schooling topics and issues. For example: home schooling practical tips, teaching children with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Auditory processing disorder, etc. Also covered will be home schooling in general and getting started, the life style of the home schooling family, the formation of children in their Catholic faith, strengthening the family, nurturing and encouraging vocations in children, authentic Catholic Education, home schooling a large family, organizational tips and keeping order in your daily home schooling routine, controlling stress and establishing a prayer life for moms. We will have distinguished leaders in the home schooling movement as guests. There will also be time for live questions and comments.

Listen live on Saturday's at 11 AM CST or online at http://radiomaria.us/

Also on facebook at Homeschool Lifeline at https://www.facebook.com/homeschoollifeline

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  • July 8 2012 | by Lupita Garcia

    I think this is a great opportunity for families who are considering homeschooling to gain knowledge of where and how to take the first step.
  • February 23 2013 | by Tim Walker

    Katie knows that kids that do poor in public schools can do better one on one and do well.God bless you Katie!