Next up: Younger Daughter’s Graduation TMCLA

Posting this from a reception at the President’s House of Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in NH. It’s nice:

Each soon to be grad presented a 5 minute summary of their thesis, to the cheers of the assembled thronglet, and then the wine and hors d’oeuvres were rolled out. Our daughter did well and is beautiful. No, I’m not biased. No way.

Next up is the parents dinner on campus; then tomorrow Mass and commencement.

Further bulletins as events warrant.

Author: Joseph Moore

Enough with the smarty-pants Dante quote. Just some opinionated blogger dude.

4 thoughts on “Next up: Younger Daughter’s Graduation TMCLA”

  1. I visited there once before our kids started high school. We were in New Hampshire to check out a Catholic high school with a classical curriculum. We were so desperate to get our sons into a school that wouldn’t undermine their faith that we were willing to move across the country to do it. The school was Holy Family Academy, more or less just down the road from TMCLA.

    Is that an old house or does it just look old?

    1. Wow. Know what you mean. Now I’m almost ready to move to Poland for the sake of my own faith. Kidding. I think.

      House is 115 years old. I’d guess heating & maintenance are more than my CA mortgage. But it’s very beautiful.

  2. Wow! Nice house! Dr. Fahey was my Latin professor at Christendom College more years ago than I care to remember. And his wife was my freshman English professor. And I think one of my classmates teaches there (Fred Fraser). Thomas More seems like a good school. Congrats to your daughter!

    1. Thanks! Old buildings definitely have a different vibe than what we gat in California.

      We’re happy for our daughter. Dr Fahey was gracious and a crack up.

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