Today, Sunday 7th of September is St Cloud's Day. Didn't you know? And what was he beatified for? Not reclaiming his property rights by violence.
You could have spent this morning in church worshipping St Cloud and trying to make sense of the relevance of his actions today (plenty of other Saints are also commemorated today, take your pick). You could wrangle with the mess of these often badly mistranslated texts to try to edit out their violence and bigotry to teach your children right from wrong.
Or you could take them outside and study some clouds. Use the bad weather to get wellies on and poke at the insects that spring out of the mud. Use the exciting and wonder they experience anyway to get them excited about learning.
I'm glad for my kids that they will be educated in religion and get another perspective than mine from their Mum and their grandparents. They will get to see the inside of a church and, unlike many of my students they will have some knowledge of religious festivals, history and the myths which are core to Western history.
But I'm even gladder that I get the better job. Taking them outside to glance up at the clouds. The real clouds.