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Thursday, September 21, 2006

New Catholic Homeschool Carnival

Alrighty, all you good Catholic Moms and Dads and Kids who have something to say about homeschooling! Maureen Wittman is putting together a new Catholic Homeschool Carnival and needs your posts!
I have exciting news to share! The first ever Catholic Homeschool Carnival is being pulled together.

If you're a Catholic homeschooler and a blogger then don't miss this opportunity to take part in this historic event.

The Catholic Homeschool Carnival will take place once a month, on the first Friday. The deadline to get your favorite post(s) in is the 25th of each month.

Click here to submit your post. And make sure to tell all your friends!

It would be extra cool if some talented Catholic homeschooler out there came up with a nifty graphic or two to use in promoting the carnival.
The deadline for the first carnival is in four days, so you'd better start submitting right now.

4 comments:

Fidei Defensor said...

Mrs. D, you are more than welcome to use any of my pro-Crusade graphics!

Dorian Speed said...

I don't understand what these carnival things are...and yet, I long to belong.

MrsDarwin said...

You and me both, baby... You and me both!

Maureen Wittmann said...

I'm just a helper bee. The blog carnival is being pulled together by Mary Ann Bernard and Ana Braga-Henebry.

For those of you wondering what in the world a blog carnival is, here is a synopsis. It's when you link to a bunch of blog posts from various blogs, based on a common theme. The common theme here is Catholic homeschooling.

To see an example of a carnival, check out this homeschool carnival from a few weeks ago: http://whyhomeschool.blogspot.com/2006/09/carnival-of-homeschooling-week-36.html