The Homeschool Blog awards are going on right now, ending tomorrow, December 15, 2007.

Many fine homeschool blogs have been nominated.

The Catholic Homeschool Blogosphere is also well represented in many categories.

I want to bring special attention to the Best Homemaking and Recipe Category.

The blog at Welcome to Keeping the Home is very anti-Catholic. You can read some of her articles on her homemaking blog against the Catholic Church:

Discourse in Symbology

Q&A on the Mass

The Vatican and the Bible.

"Catholics, I really need to tell you."

Although there are no Catholic blogs in this category, I have checked out the other candidates and none of them are anti-Catholic. I think it would be a shame if this one were to win in this category. Please see for yourself and then vote accordingly.

Of interest, Candy has taken some of her posts out of her side bar and the one about the Vatican vs. God goes to her detergent recipe! Coincidence?

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. said…
Yes, she is really bad.
Blog is looking good..God bless...
Hélène said…
Well, now that the voting is over, the Vatican vs God post link is correct. I have been aware of her blog for several months and unfortunately, the posts you linked to are only a few examples of her nastiness and lies. Did you see the one about "Sister Charlotte"? That one was horrible.
Atomic Momma said…
I thought I'd let you know that I have been "banned" from posting future comments on Keeping the Home after just one gently written email challenging something and questioning motives. Didn't write anything scary, didn't put her down but questioned her motives on some posts and felt they were a little self serving.

Didn't expect the comment to be posted but didn't expect to be "shut out" permanently either.

What a disappointment and yet another example of the spiritual pride that underlies that blog thinly veiled as "the truth".
Alexandra said…
Intolerance such as this is not Christ-like. We reap what we sow. Happiness and peace do not follow intolerance. Whether we choose to recognize it or not, it eats away at our spirit, so I pray for her soul.

Thanks for speaking up about this.