Florilegium

The word “Florilegium” is a composite word from the Latin “flos” meaning “flower” and “legere” meaning “to gather.” In the medieval period, the word florilegium was used primarily in two ways. The Florilegium was a book of botanical illustrations or a literary anthology. In the medieval period, books were expensive and difficult to come by.Continue reading “Florilegium”

What kind of people will your children become?

The father of a family who recently applied wrote the following in answer to an application question: I desire to raise children who love their souls more than their bodies, who love others’s souls more than their own, who love and fear God and His divinely-appointed authorities, including and especially the generations of wise fathersContinue reading “What kind of people will your children become?”