YMB #50 Using the Liturgical Year as a Guide: A Conversation With Andrea Kirk Assaf

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Andrea Kirk Assef homeschools on three continents as her family splits their time between Michigan and Rome as well as spending part of the year visiting her husband’s family in Lebanon. Today she joins Pam on this episode of the podcast to talk about Calendar School, her Morning Time variation that includes elements of the Church year and the seasonal cycles.

Andrea has a unique take on Morning Time planning that is fascinating and inspiring. We hope you enjoy!

YMB #50 Using the Liturgical Year as a Guide: A Conversation With Andrea Kirk Assaf

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  • Joanna says:

    This is one of my favorite episodes! Thank you!!

    • Kasia says:

      Hi Joanna, are you from Poland?

  • Elena says:

    ❤️❤️❤️that’s all I have to say☺️

  • Debby Bergson says:

    Where would I find the music and words for the call and response mentioned in the podcast?

    • Andrea Kirk says:

      Hi Debby, I got the idea from the interview with Kortney Garrison. It is a simple chant with these words:

      “Let us remember…”
      “…that we are in the presence of God.”

      You could substitute your own words but I liked these so I borrowed them from Kortney, who borrowed them from the school where her husband works…

  • Marc says:

    Thank you for this inspiring conversation. There was brief mention of a manner training book and wanted the full title if possible? It sounds like a great resource as well, thank you!

    • Andrea Kirk says:

      Sorry, Marc, I’m just seeing your question now! I couldn’t find the mention of the manners book in the episode but I have lots of resources I could mention if you’re still looking…

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