The Vendor Hall will be open to the public Friday 12 noon – 8:00 P.M.
and Saturday 8:30 A.M – 4:00 P.M.
In his 1994 Letter to Families, Pope John Paul II wrote, “Parents are the first and most important educators of their own children, and they also possess a fundamental competence in this area; they are educators, because they are parents.”
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Homeschoolers support the family in its decision to homeschool their children. As the primary educators, parents have the right and responsibility to choose materials that best fit the needs of their family. With this in mind, we have brought you a wide variety of vendors including Catholic, Christian, and secular materials. Each year we evaluate materials presented to us for inclusion in the conference. We endeavor to form this ministry as a reflection of homeschooling concerns, the vision of our group and the leadership of our bishop. Where areas of discernment have arisen, much prayer is given as we look to the practice and teaching of the local bishop(s). As an organization, St. Thomas Aquinas Homeschoolers do not recommend or endorse any particular programs, materials, curricula, or vendors. It is the responsibility of the family to scrutinize each to ensure that they meet the standards and values set forth by the family and our Catholic Church teaching.
Interested in being a vendor? Download the form. We are still accepting vendors for the guest bag only. The vendor hall is full and we are no longer accepting vendors. We will put you on the waiting list.
Vendors Featured in the Shopping Hall:
HomeWorks by Precept
Vendors Sponsoring our Guest Bags:
Our group has been praying for the Little Flowers Family Press. Please see their note below, check out the website, and add them to your prayer list. God bless!
July 2013 we had a devastating fire, that took our home and our Little Flowers Family Press apostolate and left us homeless for 6 months. We barely got our alive with our 4 boys, three of who have autism. We had no insurance and so we have a long way to go to rebuild.We have an online fundraising website that people can check with to see our progress and pass out to social media channels, as well. http://www.davidsonfamilytrust.com/