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The Holy Name of Mary

After my workout this morning, I talked to the kids about today’s feast.

This day became a universal feast on Sept 12, 1683, as thanks for the victory over the Turks who beseiged Vienna and threatened Christianity.
The feast recalls the significance of Mary ~
“Let me say something concerning this name also, which is interpreted to mean Star of the sea, and admirably suits the Virgin Mother.” [St. Bernard +1153]

Went to Mass, kids went on a homeschool walk in the Cumberland Forest and I went to a funeral. We all met up again and with homeschool friends went to Castle Towers food hall for lunch.
Where Alexander and a couple of homeschool friends worked on another homeschooler’s Chemistry assignment.

See, unschoolers actually do schoolwork ~ even in food halls and over lunch!
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2 thoughts on “The Holy Name of Mary”

  1. Busy day as always! I had a quiet one at work today. And tomorrow will be looking at the camera to try and get it to work (it could just be the batteries…) so I can blog again.Oh, and I started the day with the Tae-bo Get Ripped Advanced workout and then the 8-min workout on top. Great fun!! Tomorrow will be doing the Abs and Glutes and looking forward to it very much 🙂

  2. Well, don’t work out too hard – you are pretty thin, you know! Today Dad and I did Taebo Bootcamp Elite Mission 2 – with resistance bands and weights. My upper body is screaming. 🙂 I don’t have Get Ripped Advanced, heard it was tougher than the Advanced Lives. Your thoughts?

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