Dear Fellow Homeschooling Parents,

One question has consumed my life over the last twelve months:  How can I help Catholic Homeschoolers?

The Answer: TANHomeschool.com

TAN has preserved tradition, but now its time to shape the future.  Your child is the future.

My wife and I have ten children. Like you, we are blessed to homeschool but still need help.

The goal of TANHomeschool.com is to foster a community where homeschoolers find support, resources, and product on the important issues that you face. Our blog will keep you up-to-date on the latest news, provide exciting tips from insightful homeschoolers, and give you tons of FREE content.Additionally, TANHomeschool.com will be filled with our beloved children’s imprint, Neumann Press, as well as our classic homeschool products used by Seton, Kolbe and others.

But youve never seen anything like our bible history curriculum, The Story of the Bible. Using the schoolhouse model, it includes test and activity books, teacher manuals, audio dramas, and video lectures.  For your high schoolers, we are launching our homeschool edition of Catholic Courses where world-renowned professors lecture on a variety of subjects.

The breath and depth of these new products are hard to explain through a letter. You just have to come to TANHomeschool.com to see them.

I hope you are excited (and a little relieved) that TAN is dedicated to helping homeschoolers. Again, TAN is not only here to preserve tradition, but to shape the future.

In Christ,

Conor Gallagher

Publisher

Conor Gallagher, Publisher
Conor Gallagher, Publisher
Conor and his wife, Ashley, are the proud parents of ten children, whom they homeschool at their residence in Fort Mill, SC. He earned both his Masters in Philosophy and Juris Doctorate from The Catholic University of America. He is an adjunct Professor of Philosophy and Political Philosophy at Belmont Abbey College, and is currently Publisher of Saint Benedict Press and TAN Books, and Executive Producer of Catholic Courses. He is also the author of several books, including, If Aristotle’s Kid Had an iPod: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Parents. 
    Brian Kennelly, Director
    Brian Kennelly, Director
    Brian and his wife, Tina, live in Charlotte, NC with their three children. He is the author of two Catholic novels, Two Statues and To the Heights: A Novel Based on the Life of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati. He is also the co-editor of Story of the Bible as well as the presenter for the Story of the Bible Lecture Series, and is the host of TAN Homeschool’s “Behind the Veil” series.

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      Kevin Gallagher, Director of Media

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      Christian Tappe, Director of Marketing

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