The Christian home is the place where children receive the first proclamation of the faith.
For this reason the family home is rightly called "the domestic church,"
a community of grace and prayer, a school of human virtues and of Christian charity.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church



Interested in learning more
about the Catholic faith?

These links will help explain what
Catholics believe, why we believe it, and why we love our Faith so:

Catholic Answers
About Catholics
EWTN: Teachings of the Catholic Church
EWTN: Catholic Q & A
New Advent
Catholic Encyclopedia
Faith Facts: Catholics United for the Faith
Scripture Catholic
The Internet Padre
St. Joseph Communications
Corunum Apologetic Resource Site
The joy of the large family...
For the many who ask why we have a large family and whether we're "done," these links are for you.

Yep, we take seriously the teachings of the Catholic Church. Sometimes hard. Always rewarding.

10 Great Reasons to Have Another Child
The Blessings of Children
Having a Large Family
Life-Giving Love
Archbishop Chaput Answers Common Questions on Contraception

How can there be too many children?
That is like saying there are too many flowers.
— Mother Teresa


Resources for making your home a domestic church
Living the Catholic Faith beyond Sunday...

Domestic Church
Ordinary Time
Liturgical Year Resources for Families
A Continual Feast
Advent, Christmas & Epiphany in the Domestic Church
Lent & Easter in the Domestic Church
Religious Customs in the Family
The Catholic Home


If you're considering Catholicism...
These are some great places to start:
Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth
Defenders of the Catholic Faith
The Coming Home Network
Who Started Your Church?


If you're interested in learning more about Catholic homeschooling...
View our Catholic homeschooling page


Some of the information linked above has been stated in a simple manner for the purpose of concise communication.
For those who have the time and energy to delve deeper, detailed documents of theology and faith are readily available.
Good places to start are the Vatican website and the writings of the Early Church Fathers.


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