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Wearied by the artificial, media-saturated, and secularized world of suburbia, many families ask if they should leave it all behind to start a farm. But is that a good choice? Is it viable and realistic for anyone? Is it escapist, romanticized, and delusional? Can you really do it?

The Liturgy of the Land books and conferences will lay out why homesteading as a family is beautiful, productive, and holy, but it will also help you see how it demands a conversion and careful discernment. Homesteading is not simply a different activity to fill your time, but a governing and culture-setting orientation of a household. Sign up for the email list to connect with experienced families that have made the change and be the first to receive invites to the conference to be held this December.

 

Should You Start a Homestead?

Cultivating a Catholic Homestead


In The Liturgy of the Land: Cultivating a Catholic Homestead, authors Jason Craig and Thomas Van Horn present the practicalities and theological aspects behind the desire for a productive, holy home. Our current culture understands economy in efficient consumeristic terms, but our Catholic Faith tells us different. The productive homestead is the center of economic life and the family is at the center of the homestead. This book aims at bringing the stories from their experience into a presentation and proposal of homesteading as a way of life, considering the principles (why?) and the practicalities (how?).

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