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MarylandARCH - Maryland Area Resources for Catholic Homeschoolers

 

MarylandARCH is state-wide advocacy resource for Catholic homeschooling families in and around Maryland, which includes Catholic homeschooling families in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the Archdiocese of Washington (D.C.) and the Diocese of Wilmington.

 

MarylandARCH strives to bring together information for all Catholic homeschoolers from across the state to share with each other homeschooling news and events, support groups, resources, and especially that which pertains to us as Catholic homeschoolers.

 

MarylandARCH endeavors to be a resource site for those to turn to when trying to find out about Catholic homeschooling in Maryland. MarylandARCH in of itself is not a local support group, it is a resource organization.

 

MarylandARCH supports Vocations - including the Vocations of Marriage, Priesthood, Consecrated Life. This site will include Vocations events for Youth and Young Adults and Families from all the Maryland Diocese's.

 

 

 








The next IHM Maryland Catholic Homeschool Conference is May 16 and 17 2014 !!


FREE ADMISSION!

Author and speaker Maureen Wittmann of Homeschool Connections will be at the conference !
Author and speaker Virginia Seuffert of Seton Home Study will be at the conference, talking about the Common Core !
Visit our Maryland Conference Speakers site to find out about other speakers coming to the conference !
Check out our list of vendors too ! We have Teaching Textbooks and Michele Quigley of the Catholic Daily Planner !

 

Friday, May 16, 2014 from 2:00pm to 8:00pm and Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 9:00am to 4:00pm

 

Location (same as our last conference):

St. Michael’s Catholic Church

1125 St. Michael’s Road
Mt. Airy, MD 21771



Please visit the IHM Homeschool and Parent Conferences website for all upcoming nationwide Catholic homeschool conferences.
The IHM National Conference is June 20-21 2014 in Fredericksburg VA !!






MarylandARCH firmly believes and supports -
The Right and Duty of Parents Regarding Education - as written in Familiaris Consortio by Pope John Paul II:

 

36. The task of giving education is rooted in the primary vocation of married couples to participate in God's creative activity: by begetting in love and for love a new person who has within himself or herself the vocation to growth and development, parents by that very fact take on the task of helping that person effectively to live a fully human life. As the Second Vatican Council recalled, "since parents have conferred life on their children, they have a most solemn obligation to educate their offspring. Hence, parents must be acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children. Their role as educators is so decisive that scarcely anything can compensate for their failure in it. For it devolves on parents to create a family atmosphere so animated with love and reverence for God and others that a well-rounded personal and social development will be fostered among the children. Hence, the family is the first school of those social virtues which every society needs."(99)

 

The right and duty of parents to give education is essential, since it is connected with the transmission of human life; it is original and primary with regard to the educational role of others, on account of the uniqueness of the loving relationship between parents and children; and it is irreplaceable and inalienable, and therefore incapable of being entirely delegated to others or usurped by others.

 

In addition to these characteristics, it cannot be forgotten that the most basic element, so basic that it qualifies the educational role of parents, is parental love, which finds fulfillment in the task of education as it completes and perfects its service of life: as well as being a source, the parents' love is also the animating principle and therefore the norm inspiring and guiding all concrete educational activity, enriching it with the values of kindness, constancy, goodness, service, disinterestedness and self-sacrifice that are the most precious fruit of love.







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