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Editor’s Introduction: The following article was written by longtime Remnant columnist, Solange Hertz (RIP). Though the article first appeared back in July of 1972, there can be no doubt, given the collapse of Catholic schools (and the subsequent explosion of home schools) and the general assault on Christian family life, that this article is more timely today than ever. In fact, it provides some of the best arguments to date in favor of Catholic counterrevolution by means of the total restoration of Catholic family life (including home education). But, don’t take our word for it. Read on and take that of one of the most prescient Catholic writers of the last half century—Solange Hertz. MJM
"Any parent tempted to think his home is his idea, to do with as he pleases, heads a house of slavery."
- Solange Hertz -
Many years ago, squarely facing our ignorant brood and the inescapable fact that somebody had to teach them the truths of the Faith, I began looking around for tools. Among my youthful wild oats was a degree in Education which led me to believe I would need, at the very least, a blackboard.
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“Let those who are still separated from Us consider attentively the ancient glories of their Church which were at once a reflection and an increment of the glories of the Church of Rome. Let them consider, moreover, and remember that this Apostolic See has been waiting for them so long and so anxiously, not as coming to a strange dwelling place, but as finally returning to their paternal home.” – Pope Pius XI