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Dream of the Rood: A Tale of Christ’s Passion, Death, and Resurrection

Apr 13, 2017
Coming Soon Dream of the Rood

Teaching the culture of life is critical if we hope to win the battle against the threats to human beings. Finding ways to instill pro-life values in the classroom seems easy in subjects such as religion or science, but what about literature? How can students learn to effectively communicate the pro-life message while they are … read more

No Greater Love: Celebrating Easter

Apr 10, 2017
No Greater Love: Celebrating Easter

The two greatest feasts of the Christian calendar focus on the theme of God as the Creator and Author of Life, both the temporal life and the eternal life that He prepares for us in heaven. At Christmas, we reflect on God’s gift of life, not only the gift that He gave each of us … read more

If You Want to Save Babies, Defend Marriage First

Apr 5, 2017
If You Want to Save Babies, Defend Marriage First

The sanctity of marriage is under attack in our society. Your children have grown up in a culture in which marriage and family are portrayed as unimportant. Many students today will already know the pain of divorce—either in their own family or in the family of a friend. As Saint John Paul II said in … read more

Using Life Is Precious with Your Children

Mar 30, 2017
using life is precious with your children

Our Life Is Precious unit study in the Culture of Life Studies Program lets young learners explore the beautiful world of the preborn child through age-appropriate activities and picture books that express the dignity of the human person and the need to respect even the “smallest” of society. Learning by doing Young children learn through exploration … read more

You Can Easily Use CLSP outside the Classroom

Mar 27, 2017
You Can Easily Use CLSP outside the Classroom

Education is one of the most important steps to building lasting respect for every human person in our society. That’s why the Culture of Life Studies Program stresses the importance of education to form students’ consciences and change hearts and minds to embrace the truth. But what if your children are in college or you’re not … read more

The Blessed Mother and the Culture of Life

Mar 23, 2017
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As Christians, we understand that Mary played one of the most important roles in the history of our salvation as the mother of our Savior, which is why we choose to honor her in a very special way with feast days throughout the year and especially during the month of May. As a pro-life people, … read more

5 Ways to Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day

Mar 20, 2017
5 Ways to Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day

On March 21, people all over the world will celebrate World Down Syndrome Day—a day dedicated to showing the world that people with Down syndrome have dignity and deserve respect, just like all other human beings. Tomorrow, show your support for people with Down syndrome by doing some or all of these five activities with … read more

Your Down Syndrome Awareness Toolkit

Mar 17, 2017
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March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day—a wonderful time to share with your children the gift of people with special needs. If someone in your life has Down syndrome, you are already fully aware of the joy and wonder they bring to everyone around them. Our society has made Down syndrome something to be feared … read more