Epiphany

Yes, our tree is still up. We leave it up for the entire twelve day feast of Christmas, from December 25th through January 5th, and take it down after our church observes the Nativity of Christ, on January 6th.  This feast day, also called Epiphany, commemorates the arrival of the Magi and the revelation of... Continue Reading →

Lent and Spring Cleaning

Disclaimer: This post is not strictly about home schooling.  However, the culture of our home (and yours) is a central component of home schooling. We have just entered the season of Lent.  The Armenian church observes several liturgical changes during Lent, including keeping the curtains closed across the main altar and using a shortened, simplified... Continue Reading →

Third Party

The only thing better than the face people make when you say you're libertarian is the face they make when you say you are Armenian Apostolic.  The Eastern churches are the third party of Christianity. Whatever your positions -- political or religious -- children benefit from seeing their parents involved in something bigger than themselves.... Continue Reading →

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