Hi, I’m Sarah, a Catholic, wife, mother, and founder of

Raising Wild Saints.

Catholic faith formation and biblical encouragement along with practical tips for intentional motherhood and Charlotte Mason inspired home education from a second-generation homeschooling mom of 5.

Follow my journey parenting my wild saints and training them up to love the Lord with husband of 18 years, while we navigate neurodiversity, special needs, and the occasional outdoor adventure .

Catholic Homeschooling

What would your life look like if you incorporated the rich traditions of the Catholic faith in your home, your marriage, your motherhood, and your daily life?

Raising Wild Saints is here to help you parent with a purpose and encourage you on your homeschooling journey as you raise your own wild saints! You’ll learn new ways to foster a love of the Catholic faith while having fun and keeping kids engaged.

To learn more about me and my mission of intentional motherhood, keep scrolling and stick around! You will find us studying the Bible, taking nature walks, journaling, playing in sensory bins, reading rich literature, and doing craft projects rather than memorizing facts from textbooks and sitting at a table all day.

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What You’ll Find Here

Homeschooling

I take a Charlotte Mason and Montessori approach to homeschooling, focusing on educating the whole child, rather than just the child’s mind. You will find us studying the Bible, poetry, art, music, and learning more about our Catholic faith rather than spending hours at a desk memorizing facts from textbooks and taking tests. Our days are filled with playtime, reading, taking nature walks, baking, and handcrafts.

Motherhood

Motherhood is my vocation.
“Motherhood is a woman’s vocation. It is an eternal vocation, and it is also a contemporary vocation… We must do everything in order that woman may merit love and veneration. We must do everything in order that children, the family and society may see in her that dignity that Christ saw.”Saint John Paul II

Neurodiversity

Two of our children have been diagnosed with Autism and both my husband and I are on the autistic spectrum. We are learning new things everyday about ASD and are happy to share out experiences in hopes of helping others! Find tips, tricks, and resources here to inspire you to cultivate an atmosphere of order and peace with your neurodivergent child and help them be all they can be in their own time.

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