Sorry for this not going up in the next week after I posted part 1. As everyone knows it’s been a crazy last couple of weeks. But anyway, today I’m sharing 4 more tips to help you catch up on school (right now is a great time to start 😉 ). 1. If you are taking an online course, print out the chapter! This … Continue reading Tips to Catch Up When You’re (really) Behind in Highschool | Part 2
Hey everyone! Clare here, 🙂 I’ve been working on launching an online scrunchie store for a while, and now I’m excited to announce that as of today is now live to shop! I have a variety of scrunchies, ranging from AU$10-7.50 (Approx. USD$6.90-5.15) which includes FREE international shipping. Now you might be wondering about why I chose the name Único Scrunchies for my shop. Basically Único is the word Unique in … Continue reading My Scrunchie Shop is Live!!
New homeschoolers – Many others have walked this path, persevered, and overcome obstacles. These travelers can offer support and advice in your adventure. <<read full article>>: If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Advice for New Homeschoolers Continue reading If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Advice for New Homeschoolers
Catholic Homeschool Australia is holding another Christmas high school Essay, Short Story, & Poetry contest! The contest is open to any Catholic Highschool Homeschooled students (yes, that means world-wide!) , Grades 7 through 12. The essays or short stories should be around 500-1000 words in length. Poems should be around 50+ words. (These are, however, suggested lengths. You can exceed the length (or use slightly less words) if you need … Continue reading 2019 Christmas Short Story, Essay, and Poetry Contest!
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OVERCOMER is another very well-produced movie created by the Kendrick Brothers. The storytelling, acting and cinematography are wonderful. Some actors deliver their lines more poignantly, but in the end everyone adds significantly to the movie’s sweet, inspiring tone. Hannah’s character transformation is particularly powerful. Eventually, Hannah learns to find her identity in the Lord while navigating a host of obstacles.~Via MovieGuide.com Our Movie Review Disclaimer Plugged In Overcomer review Dove Overcomer review Continue reading Overcomer | Movie Review
The 8th of August is the feast day of Australia’s first saint: St. Mary MacKillop, in full Saint Mary Helen MacKillop, also called Saint Mary of the Cross, (born January 15, 1842, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia—died August 8, 1909, North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; canonized October 17, 2010; feast day August 8), religious figure, and educator, who was the first Australian beatified by the Roman Catholic Church and … Continue reading Today is the feast day of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop
About the program Campion College’s Winter Program provides an unparalleled opportunity to experience college life and a taste of the Campion College course. Our immersive three-day program provides the opportunity to reside on campus and interact with like-minded peers. We have a fun-filled program including a bonfire night, movies, trivia, dancing and sports, as well as sample lectures from our history, literature, philosophy and theology … Continue reading Winter Program Registrations Are Now Open – Campion College (7th-10th of July 2019)
I’ve rounded up a couple of hairstyles from my website Seton girls’ hairstyles which I think would be perfect to wear for Easter! (All links to the tutorials are embedded in the pictures.) 1.) Sabrina’s holiday half-up is so pretty, and great for any length of hair. To really make it fancy you could add some curls, but I think it’s great either way. 2.) … Continue reading Diy Easter Hairstyles
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Photo courtesy of John Casamento One of the many things Fr Byrne will be remembered for is the Confraternity of St Michael which began in 1991 with only a few members. The first meeting was held in the meeting room at the back of the Church at St Francis De Sales Oak Park in Melbourne. It then moved to… Continue reading Tribute to Fr Des Byrne – RIP