I stumbled onto this little country chapel with a Missa Cantata and an extraordinary arrangement of the Kyrie sung by the schola led by Jim De Piante.
Make sure you listen to this:
I always laugh when people ask me about the ‘socialization’ of our homeschooled children. Compared to what? The illiterate, debauched, statist-serving, entitled brainwashed zombies produced by government schools?
The correlation between public school environments and the deteriorating mental health of children has been intensifying for decades. We ought to consider how these settings serve as incubators for the social alienation that can fuel such horrors.
First, consider how common it is for a public high school today to house thousands of teenagers for most of their waking hours for four solid years. (More than 3,000 students attend the Florida school where the most recent shooting took place.) During their time in that maze, kids learn to “socialize,” basically by finding their place in a school’s hierarchy of cliques.
This sort of pecking order dynamic tends to breed resentment, status anxiety, and social dysfunction. Combine that with the toxic effects of social media and family breakdown, and you’ve got a deadly brew. Public schooling is increasingly unhealthy for kids’ emotional stability. Let us count the ways.