Novena in Honor of St. Maximilian Kolbe – Day 1


Entrance The Presider enters, accompanied by the servers as the opening hymn is sung. Presider: The Lord be with you. All: And with your spirit. Presider: Let us pray. O God, who filled the Priest and Martyr Saint Maximilian Kolbe with a burning love for the Immaculate Virgin Mary and with zeal for souls and … Continue reading Novena in Honor of St. Maximilian Kolbe – Day 1

Have you lost your Manly Thumos? How to restore your Spiritedness – Maccabee Society


  Homer’s Greek epic the Iliad is a catechism on the merits and dangers of θυμός (thumos). Thumos is the breath of the warrior. It is the emboldened spiritedness of a man. We find in Homer’s character Achilles the icon of irrational thumos. His name is combination of ἄχος “distress, pain” and λαός “people” resulting … Continue reading Have you lost your Manly Thumos? How to restore your Spiritedness – Maccabee Society

Life-Changing Financial Principles to Teach Your Children


From JM Cremp’s Adventure Blog • November 8, 2016 One of the most valuable (pun intended) things you can teach your child is how to responsibly manage money.  Of course parents teach by example from the day their kids are born, but there will also come a time when we need to begin teaching them … Continue reading Life-Changing Financial Principles to Teach Your Children

30 Reasons Kids Benefit From The Outdoors


by Troy Robbins • Eureka! Tent Blog Getting your kids to go outside is more than just getting some exercise and leaving the TV off for a few hours. There are a slew of benefits for children that get outside and have fun. The more your child starts to go outside the more likely they will … Continue reading 30 Reasons Kids Benefit From The Outdoors

Why Camping is the Ultimate Father-Son Activity


by Jack Charles • Eureka! Tent Blog Regular campers appreciate the solitude and tranquility of a remote campground, but while camping is a great way to get away from the city or suburban life, it’s also a great way to form stronger connections with family members. This is especially true on father-son camping trips.  Dads have … Continue reading Why Camping is the Ultimate Father-Son Activity

4 Most Common Wilderness Injuries and How to Treat Them


by Jack Charles • Eureka! Tent Blog April 2014, a group of New Jersey Boy Scouts hiking through Harriman State Park stumbled across a female hiker who had broken her ankle. The hiker tried to get the boys to hike on, but they wouldn’t leave her injured on the trail. Instead, they splinted her ankle, constructed … Continue reading 4 Most Common Wilderness Injuries and How to Treat Them