Lindsay Rhein graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and a minor in Theater from Jacksonville State University in 2002. Her participation in the strong choral program at her childhood church from the age of 4 was foundational in developing her musical education and love for choral singing, and she continued to help lead the children’s choirs as a teen. At university, she was an active member of the concert choir and the more select JSU Chamber Singers. She served as section leader, was a member of the writing team for the choirs’ annual Medieval dinner theater and concert fundraiser, and served the community through the promotion and performance of Children’s Opera. Lindsay taught beginner piano lessons to both children and adults, continued to sing in area church choirs, and she was active in performing in both university and community musical theater. Upon graduation, her love for learning and reading in all the liberal arts led her to accept a job at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute in Wilmington as part of their publications arm, ISI Books. There she met her husband Paul, who continues to work for ISI, and when her oldest son was born, she left the publishing world to begin a career as a mother, homemaker, and home educator. She spent two years as part-time director of the children’s choir at St. Anthony of Padua grade school and assistant choir director at St. Anthony of Padua parish before giving birth to her second son. As the next five babies allowed, she participated in a variety of church music roles and choirs, and she was recently an assistant director for Pages Alive Theater until the arrival of baby #7. Currently, Lindsay serves as cantor at her home parish, St. Patrick’s in Wilmington. Lindsay has homeschooled her five boys and two girls exclusively and has a passion for promoting the educational philosophies of Charlotte Mason. She serves on the board for Mater Amabilis, a free Catholic Charlotte Mason curriculum, and loves introducing children to all the good, true, and beautiful things in God’s creation.