Mrs. Virginia “Ginny” Seuffert lectured, debated, and authored articles on behalf of the pro-life movement in her native New York State. After moving to the Chicago area, she switched her focus to strengthening Catholic family life, especially through home schooling. Ginny has appeared on EWTN, is a regular guest on Relevant Radio, lectures at Catholic family conferences all over the United States, and writes topical articles for both print and electronic media. She received a first place award from the Illinois Press Association for a newspaper column she wrote defending traditional family values. The Modern Catholic Parents Guide to Homeschooling: Why You Should and How You Can is her fifth book published by Seton Press.
She and her husband Ed are the parents of twelve children and grandchild 24 is due in May 2018.
2017 Speaking Circuit
Your Children Can Change the World: How to Prepare Them for Leadership
This talk takes 14 themes found in expensive private prep schools to place kids in positions of power and influence (identified by John Taylor Gatto), and adapts them to apply to homeschooling families so you can prepare your children for leadership in society, business, and government.
Overcoming the Hurdles of Homeschooling
Some of the toughest hurdles in homeschooling can be corrected with calm and confident parenting. This talk offers some insight into just what might be holding us back and how some easy, common sense adjustments will make all the difference.
Put Excellence at the Center of Your Curriculum
Faith binds us together, but Catholic homeschooling parents often differ when choosing curriculum and teaching styles. Learn why excellence should be at the center of every homeschooling home, and how to foster it in yours.
5 Steps to Better Behavior
Often homeschooling succeeds or fails based on students’ behavior. Discipline can be tough to enforce, but is not complicated to understand. Ginny offers five simple ideas to get you started.
For years parents have listened to author, lecturer, and homeschool veteran, Ginny Seuffert pound home the notion that clear, confident, and consistent parenting is the key to successful homeschooling. Often parents would tell her, “I just wish I could bring you home with me. My kids just don’t want to listen or obey.” Now you can bring Ginny Seuffert to your home. This little book is short, sweet, and to the point. It is chock-full of practical, common sense advice that has worked successfully for generations of parents. Ginny’s experience as a mother of 12 and grandmother of 18 shines through topics including: how to call a truce in the mealtime and bedtime wars, good manners, proper church behavior, building a responsible and industrious work ethic, avoiding overindulgence, and much more.