Thursday, August 13, 2015

First Fridays

We will be meeting on First Fridays at Assumption for Adoration, Confession, Mass and a BYO lunch. Adoration begins at 10. Confessions from about 10:30. Mass at 11.

Monday, June 30, 2014

First Friday Masses Reinstated

The pastor at Assumption has, after all, decided to reinstate the offering of First Friday Masses at 11 a.m. as they have been in the past. Please join other homeschoolers and parishioners in the sacrifice of the Mass and BYO lunch afterward. 

Sunday, June 15, 2014

No Further First Friday Masses

Due to a change of pastors at the Church of the Assumption, there will be no further First Friday Masses offered nor any get togethers after Mass. Please join our listserv for information about other activities. 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Home Schooling Conferences

We had a great turn out from Nashville home schoolers at the first IHM conference in Tennessee. Here's hoping for another one next year.

If you missed that or are looking for another conference in the area, the Kentucky Homeschoolers will be having their conference in Louisville on June 7th and 8th.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Recent Activities

As usual, our group continues to meet regularly on First Fridays at Assumption for Mass at 11, with confession offered beforehand from around 10:30. Many families bring lunch and stay afterward to enjoy some social time.

Other recent or upcoming activities have included an inspirational talk for moms by Jennifer Mackintosh, Moms' Nights out, a trip to the zoo, a May Crowning, and a family picnic.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

First Fridays at Assumption

Join us every First Friday at Assumption Parish for Mass at 11. Followed by a BYO lunch and playtime in the Fr. Bernard Hall next door. Fr. Michael offers confessions from about 10:30 until 11.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Upcoming Catholic Homeschool Conferences

Although there is not a homeschooling conference specifically for Catholics in Nashville, we are fortunate to have a few good ones not too far away.

First, March 18-19 comes one in Memphis. Next, on April 2, there will be a conference in Atlanta. Finally, in June there is a Catholic homeschooling conference in Kentucky.

I went to my first homeschooling conference last year and really enjoyed the experience and the inspiration to keep on going. I highly recommend trying to get to one of these options.