Listed below are some of our vendors from past conferences.*Vendor info is subject to change so check back here for the latest updates*
Seton Home Study School provides a Christ-centered, academically strong program designed for the Catholic homeschooling family in
Institute for Excellence in Writing
Our mission is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers. Using the four language arts—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—IEW methods have been proven to be effective for students of all ages and levels of ability, including those who are gifted, have special needs, or are English language learners.
Homeschool Legal Defense Association
Home School Legal Defense Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children and to protect family freedoms. We provide homeschooling-related legal advice and representation to our 84,000+ member families, promote homeschool-friendly legislation at the state and federal levels, and offer information and resources to encourage and support all homeschoolers.
Our family started this Catholic book publishing business in 2008. Before this we sold mostly used books (and we continue to do this as well). After meeting with Brother Roberto, C.S.C. in early spring of 2008, and receiving his permission we decided to go ahead and start working on bringing back these wonderful books about Saints and other famous Catholics. The Brothers of the Holy Cross did a magnificent job writing them and as more and more familes realized how wonderful they really are they became and harder and harder to find. So we wanted to help these families as well as all the other families that wanted to learn more about our Catholic heritage. So with the help of not only our family but add in Sisters, Sister-in-laws, and their families making extra sacrifices (of their time and energy) and other friends both old and new we are working hard to bring back more and more of these titles as well as adding new books (Thank you to Brother Edwin, C.S.C.) All of the procedes that we get from selling these books goes right back into making more of them available.
Immaculate Heart Gifts
We are a store specializing in traditional Catholic gifts for all occasions. Don and Sandy started this store in 2009. Since then our store attends a few Home School Conferences & sets up at a few Church Functions.
Homeschooling through high school just got a whole lot easier! That’s because we’ve finally created a product that not only teaches high school math but does the grading as well.
Catholic Schoolhouse is a supplemental program designed to help homeschooling families enrich their educational experience through a flexible approach to learning inspired by classical elements, presented in a structured environment.
Right to Life
An organization dedicated to promote respect for the worth and dignity of all human life, including the lives of the unborn from the moment of conception, and the disabled and the elderly, until their natural death.
I Love Jesus Wear
If you love Jesus and want to use your clothing as yet another way to spark conversations about Him then you are in the right spot! Make sure you tell all your friends that you found a one stop shop to get trendy Christian clothes!
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis comprises 130 parishes, 69 schools, six Catholic Charities agencies and many offices of ministry across central and southern Indiana.
Indianapolis Public Library
Serving residents since 1873, the Indianapolis Public Library system currently consists of 23 branches throughout Marion County, the Central Library downtown, and bookmobile services. IndyPL’s physical collection of over 2.1 million items includes a variety of formats: books, books on tape, magazines, large print materials, compact discs and DVD’s. The downloadable or streaming collections offer a wide range of ebooks, eaudios, emusic, emagazines and evideos. Foreign language materials are an integral part of the Library’s collections. Items may be checked out by patrons with a library card, which may be obtained free of charge at any Library location.
Mrs. Amy Kalscheur graduated from Marian College in 1995 with a BA in Elementary Education and Mild Disabilities. After teaching in public schools for 2 years, Amy and her husband, Michael, decided that when their son was ready for school, they would begin by homeschooling instead of the traditional route. Amy and Michael now have 8 children, all of whom have been homeschooled since birth. In addition to teaching at her local homeschool co-op, she also runs children’s events for the Knights of Columbus. She has managed 4 political campaigns for her husband. Amy and Michael are also active in their parish’s Marriage Ministry program, St Zita’s Altar Society, and Little Flowers Girls Club. Amy has been a repeat guest speaker on Faith in Action – Catholic Radio, and has been invited to speak at family conferences in several states and in Canada. She has authored two books: What’s My Plan? – the Catholic Homeschool Year Planner, and God is Good, All the Time. When not teaching, Amy and Michael prefer to be ballroom dancing.
ARCHES (Association of Roman Catholic Home Educated Students) hosts monthly events with the purpose of providing experiences that require or are enhanced by large groups or audiences. Monthly events have included: team building activities, Living history presentations, spelling bee, art fair, talent show, science fair, and Christmas caroling. Also, students have the opportunity participate in Mass as readers, servers, musicians and choir, and with prayer intentions.
Classical Symposium of Indianapolis
This high school course offers a 4-year survey through the Western Tradition’s great works of literature, history and philosophy. Meeting once weekly, the Socratic-discussion format of the Symposium sessions will help form students’ critical thinking and communications habits, while a deep read of the Western tradition’s classics will form students’ mental discipline and critical reading skills. Taught by Marc Tuttle, co-host of Catholic Radio Indy’s The Catholic Cave.
We are Marian University—a distinguished Midwestern university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in fields ranging from math to medicine, ministry, and music, engineering to education, and business to biology. Our programs are where intellect meets integrity. We are proud to be the only Catholic university in Indianapolis. Our curriculum reflects our Franciscan values, which include peace and justice, dignity of the individual, responsible stewardship, and reconciliation. Marian University is small enough to give you the individual attention and faculty mentoring you deserve. And we are big enough to help you get the experience and connections you need for career success.
Catholic Teen Books
Catholic Teen Books is a lay organization of authors committed to the writing and promotion of exciting novels for Catholic teens, in the hope of counteracting the anti-God culture that permeates society today and leaves young adults with very few wholesome literature choices. Every book on this site is either written by a Catholic, has a Catholic publisher, or contains Catholic characters or a Catholic message. Every book featured reflects the beauty of the Catholic faith and in some way raises the heart and mind to God, instead of dragging souls downward. We understand that everyone has different tastes in books, and that not every reader or parent will agree with every story, theme, or even genre. Please be aware that not every author on this site has read every single book represented here, and we make no claims to overstep the authority of Holy Mother Church in judgment.