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Alumni Profile: Fr. Daniel Sedlacek

1. How long were you homeschooled through Seton, and what did you like about the experience? I was homeschooled K-12 through Seton, so I am a lifer! My experience of homeschooling with Seton was overall very positive, although it was not always easy or fun. One year in middle school, I did not keep up with my school work and had to be in school all summer. However, each August/September, I always looked forward to getting my new textbooks in the mail and starting a new year of learning. What I liked about my education with Seton was the...

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Battles and Soldiers | A Short Story by Ethan Wersland

This story was submitted for the 2015 Winter Quarter Short Story Contest. While it wasn’t a finalist entry, the judges enjoyed it, and felt it merited being shared with the community. Congratulations, Ethan! Snowflakes started to fall on a brisk January afternoon, near a small town in western Montana, as Daniel Crest drove on the icy road.  Daniel was a soldier, brave, fit, obedient, and loyal. Ranking a captain after serving only one term was never enough for him though– he wanted to be higher in authority. When he wasn’t worrying about his military rank he was trying to...

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