Friday, August 20, 2010

Homeschool Connections Fall 2010

I'm going to be teaching two online high school courses this fall through Homeschool Connections: Trinity and Introduction to the Old Testament.

Homeschool Connections has a full line-up of online high school and junior high courses this fall. Here are the high school classes:
  • History: Church History I: Examination of Trinitarian Theology
  • Theology: Ecclesiology I (The Study of the Church, Part 1)
  • Theology: The Trinity
  • Government: Advanced Government
  • Latin I, Part One (First Year Latin)
  • German I, Part One (First Year German)
  • Math: Saxon Algebra I, Part I
  • Literature: The Iliad: Glory and the Will of God
  • Latin II, Part One (Second Year Latin)
  • Philosophy: What is Beauty?
  • Latin III, Part One (Third Year Latin)
  • Science: Blood; In Sickness and in Health (Anatomy & Physiology)
  • Theology: Introduction to the Bible; Old Testament
  • Theology: Sacramental Theology I
  • Theology: Christian Anthropology II
  • Literature: Sophocles and Tragedy
  • Theology: Moral Theology II
Junior high classes include
  • Literature: Mark Twain; Friends, Fiends, and Freedom in the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • Latin I, Part One (First Year Latin)
  • German I, Part One (First Year German)
  • History: The Greeks; Fathers of Enquiry

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Renovo weblog

One of the dominant themes on this blog has been Catholic Higher Education. In the past three years I have been especially studying the issue.

Recently Dr. David House, of the Center for the Advancement of Catholic Higher Education, invited me to contribute to the Renovo weblog. I have had this blog on my blog roll since its inception earlier this year.

That doesn't mean I will stop posting here. The scope if this blog is much broader.

I will start posting tomorrow.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010


For all you fans of the work of Michael Molinelli, here is a link to the Notre Dame Magazine collection of classic and recent Molarity cartoons. Molinelli's years at ND were the same as mine, so his is my Notre Dame.