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General Catholic Resources

 St. Theresa Parish and School website The New American Bible The Vatican website St. Albert Schools website
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Catechism of the Catholic Church Daily Scripture Readings and Meditations  Dowling Catholic High School
Scripture Links - Scripture Fr. Neal's homilies (wav files)    Diocese of Des Moines

Guide to the Mass

Office of Vocations (Des Moines) Catholic Resources EWTN (Eternal Word Telecvision Network) EWTN in Spanish (El Canal Catolico)
Wedding Resources Funeral Resources Sacraments The Liturgical Year
Prayer Baptism Resources A Program for Eucharistic Adoration Christian Foundation For Children and the Aging

 

 

  Catholic Faith resources

 

 

Questions and answers about the Catholic faith Roman Catholic Lectionary Faith: What does it mean? (ppt) The Sacrament of Confirmation (ppt) Index of Saints name's
What is the Church? (ppt) Section 1 Crossword puzzle (pp 10-14) The Order of Mass Proofs for the existence of God (St. Thomas Aquinas) Attributes of God
Trinity web quest An overview opf Advent and Christmas Symbols of the Trinity

Trinitarian Heresies

Sacrament webquest

Sacramentals

The Bible in the Catholic Lectionary

Symbols of Baptism (ppt)

Church Documents Titles of Jesus Understanding Jesus: true God and true man The Suffering Servant (PPT)
The last Things:Judgment The last Things: Death Resources for Catholic Educators Catholic Information The Sacraments
Liturgical Year web assignment: Part 1 Liturgical Year:PPT Lent   Principles of Catholic Social Teaching
Anointing of the sick Church Teaching The visible head of the Church: The Pope The Reformation The Catholic Reformation
Morality and Freedom Making Moral Decisions The Cardinal Virtues Catholic prayers  

 

  Scriptures Study Resources

 

Old Testament Maps Contents of the Book of Genesis Contents of the Book of Exodus Biblical History
Biblical Criticism - what is it? (ppt) Catholics and the Bible (web quest) Interpreting the Bible The Books of the Bible
Daily Mass Readings Bible Basics

What is a myth?

Who wrote the Pentateuch? Flood Quest

Abraham web quest

Patriarchs ppt

Original Justice and the fall   Introduction to Exodus After the Exodus: In the Desert
Leviticus (ppt) Joshua (ppt) Book of Judges webquest Judges ppt
Prophets webquest Religious beliefs of the Roman Empire Bible resources for teachers  
The Divided Kingdom The New Testament Era The Gospels: Mark and the synoptic problem Matthew/Luke/Acts  
Gospel of John/Book of Revelation Gospels Webquest
The Miracles of Jesus Miracles PPT Public Ministry of Jesus The parables of Jesus
What Jesus Taught The Kingdom: What will it be? Paul

 

More Research Links for Scripture Studies

Bible Commentary Catholic Pages The Old Testament Notes on the books of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament)
Brief notes Old Testament Old Testament survey (book by book) Bible study guides (Old and New Testament Old Testament summaries Old Testament Survey
Books of the Old Testament* People and places of the Bible Books of the Old Testament* Old Testament outlines
         
         

 

Sacraments

 

  Symbols of Baptism (ppt) Guide to the Mass

The Eucharist

First Communion

Articles on the Eucharist

The Sacrament of Confirmation (ppt)

Sacrament of Marriage 

HolyOrders

The Order of Mass

Anointing of the sick Confession The Sacraments Sacramentals

Baptism

Materials for Baptism Preparation Baptism information    
     

 

Wedding Resources

St. Theresa Wedding Brochure and Guidelines Adobe Acrobat reader required... for a free download click here Catholic Wedding Readings
Diocese of Des Moines Marriage Ministry  
Catholic Wedding Help  

 

Funeral Resources

Readings for Catholic Funerals Readings for Catholic Funerals Some suggested Hymns
     

 

Liturgical Year

Liturgical Year Advent/Christmas Lent
Holy Week The Liturgical Year  

Prayer

Prayer Catholic prayers    
     

 

 

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