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It is critically important for parents to remember that, according to the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, they are ultimately responsible for their children’s education. Children do not belong to teachers, schools, the community, or the government. A school’s only purpose is to enter into a partnership with the family in a very narrow, and delegated capacity,...
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meaningless
Are our lives meaningless? Absolutely not. Pope Francis wrote in Evangelii Gaudium that “formation in the via pulchritudinis (the way of beauty) ought to be part of our effort to pass on the Faith.” In the Regina Academies, we have an opportunity to surround our students with beauty, whether it be in nature, the liturgy, or...
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Smartphones have been made an indispensable appendage for anyone who must function in society. But with their necessity, the challenge to discipline ourselves to use them responsibly is great. For children and their parents, that can be especially difficult.
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Few would question, at least with any credibility, that our culture is experiencing a crisis of manhood. Author and farmer Jason Craig published an excellent book in 2019 that addresses this problem called Leaving Boyhood Behind. The book lays out a plan for fathers, brothers, uncles, and others to help young men grow to be strong,...
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Teaching History
Teaching history is fundamental to a classical education. It is a collection of memories handed down in stories that define who we are. Those stories are preserved and come to life in great literature through which we can see the historical struggles and triumphs of our shared humanity. We can only truly know who we are...
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