An Exciting Announcement and A Huge Change

Catholic Printables Online

Note to email subscribers: I have some very important information about your email subscription, so please refer to that section of this post by scrolling down until you see “Email Subscription Change.”  Thanks! The Huge Change As we inched closer to being received into the Church at the Easter Vigil in 2007, I had something happen (which is really a longer story than we have room for here) that made me start searching for a blog roll for Catholic women. {Read More}

Win a Registration to the Great Homeschool Convention

Great Homeschool Convention

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. This is also about an event by an advertiser on this site. I have attended a variety of homeschool conventions during our five years of homeschooling.  Some have been large and some small.  Some Catholic and some not specifically Catholic.  My favorite of all of the homeschooling conventions that I have been to is the Great Homeschool Convention, which I have attended twice.  Both times that I went, I attended the convention in Cincinnati, {Read More}

Free Program for Piano Lessons at Home

playing piano with

This post is sponsored by I love music.  I have loved music since I was so young that my Mom would put a sticker on the side of the 45 singles that I liked because I couldn’t read the song titles.  When I was in middle school and part of high school, I grew in my love for music as I learned to play the flute.  While I decided to stop playing after five years, I knew that when {Read More}

Homeschool Curriculum of Catholic Mothers Online Writers {2013}

homeschool curriculum

While the homeschool year is in full swing for many of us already, I thought it would be fun to share some links to the homeschool curriculum choices of some of the CMO writers who are also homeschoolers. Be sure to check them out to see what they’re using this year. Angie from Many Little Blessings Jen from Happy Little Homemaker (two separate links) Stephanie from Harrington Harmonies Dianna from The Kennedy Adventures If you’re also a Catholic homeschooler and {Read More}

Activities for Catholic Families in September {Free Download}

September Activities for Catholic Families

September starts this weekend, so that means it’s time for the latest edition of the month specific 10 Activities for Catholic Families free printable.  If you would like to download the page, make sure to check it out at Many Little Blessings. Since the monthly activities printables are now available on Many Little Blessings each month, if you want to make sure not to miss them, you might consider subscribing to Many Little Blessings by email (either an email for {Read More}

Over 90 Homeschooling eBooks for Just $25 {This Week Only}

Homeschool Omnibus

This post contains affiliate links. If you’re a homeschooler, this is a five day deal that you’re not going to want to miss.  Of course, even if you’re not a homeschooler, if you’re a parent, you might find enough eBooks in the collection that will still make it worth the purchase price, since they normally sell for almost $600 when purchased separately. The Homeschool Omnibus is already all the buzz amongst homeschooling blogs. But, just in case you haven’t heard {Read More}

Free Printable: August Activities for Catholic Families

Activities for Catholic Families in August 2013

Sorry for the delay in posting about the 10 August Activities for Catholic Families printable here on Catholic Mothers Online.  I put it up on July 31st on Many Little Blessings, which is where new ones will go up each month. It’s not too late though!  We’re just a few days into August, so pop over to Many Little Blessings to print it out.

Great Homeschool Conventions Dates for 2014 {Plus a Free eBook}


This year, I’ve partnered with Great Homeschool Conventions to bring you a few posts throughout the year as well as sharing their information in the sidebar. (That’s a fancy way of disclosing that I’m being compensated for working with them.)  Here’s the thing though – I really have loved both of my trips to one of the Great Homeschool Conventions (in Cincinnati both times), so I am pleased to be partnering with them. Great Homeschool Conventions have recently announced the {Read More}