How can find out more about being Catholic?
Resources for everything Catholic is endless. It can become overwhelming as there is so much out there. The parish website is always a great source of information.
We will continuously update this page with great offers, links, and apps for resources to help you on your journey.
Did you say free?
At Dynamic Catholic they are giving away free books. You just need to cover $5.95 for shipping and handling.
There is nothing like a good book to help strengthen your faith or at least to make you think.
Check out the Bible study schedule in our Parish.
Liturgy of the Word Explained. Also, for smartphone and pad users, The Catholic App has the Order of the Mass in English and Spanish, Prayers and helps you locate the nearest Catholic church when you are not near your own Parish.
Authority of the Church
Scott Hahn speaks on EWTN about his book Letter and Spirit, The Authority of the Church.
How did we get here?
Would you like to know more about how God fits into our scientific research regarding the universe? The Magis Center of Reason and Faith has done a lot of research on bridging faith and science. Fr Robert J Spitzer, a Jesuit priest and retired president of Gonzaga University has 12 short modules to present.
Scroll down until you get to module 1.
EWTN is a great free resource of everything Catholic. If you don't get this cable/satellite channel, it is also available online. This link (click on the picture) leads to basic Catholic teachings on a variety of topics.
At every dismissal you probably hear hundreds of terms that are foreign to you, or you see parts of the rich tradition, but wonder, what is that?
Jeff Cavins has a great audio series on YouTube.
Catechism of the Catholic Church
The decision to publish the catechism was made by Pope John Paul II in 1985 for the close of the Second Vatican Council. You can buy it, download a pdf or read and research it with this online edition.
Ready to learn more about Church History? This link takes you to a 2 hour documentary the complete history of the church.
Deacon Greg takes his RCIA class through over two thousand years of Church history: the good, the bad and the ugly. There are 2 parts. Part I Pentecost to the East/West Schism
Part II East-West schism of 1054 to Vatican II
What do you mean "Offer It Up"?
You often here the term "Offer It Up" when we are suffering or going through difficult times. Jeff Cavins speaks on this topic.
Matthew Kelly at Annual Religious Education Conference
Word On Fire
Word on Fire is hosted by Bishop Robert Barron. There is information at the website, talks on Youtube, and daily Podcasts. It is packed full of information and discussion on the Bible that is applicable to your daily life.