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Catholic Faith Education Newsletter

October 20, 2008 - Volume 1, Number 12

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Featured on the Catholic Faith Education Blog

§ The Oremus Bible Browser allows you to access several translations of the bible. The site has search functionality to help you find specific passages by using biblical notations, words or phrases. Read More...

§ Radical Love - Toni Greaves is a documentary photographer who created a multi-media project on a community of Dominican nuns and their monastic way of life. Read more...

§ The National Catholic Bioethics Center - This Web site offers a variety of resources on issues related to bioethhics. Read more...

 

 

§ The Passionist Missionaries of Union City, NJ USA have created Bread on the Waters Web Pages as a “place to feed the Web surfer’s spirit”. It features several sections, each focusing on one aspect of prayer and each containing a large number of resources on prayer. Read more...

§ The Bridge - this short video (6:29 minutes) features scenes from the short film "Most", the story of a bridge operator who is forced to choose between the life of the son he loves dearly and a train filled with people. Read more...

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Technology and Religious Education

§ eXe, the eLearning XHTML editor, is a freely available Open Source authoring application to assist teachers and academics in the publishing of web content without the need to become proficient in HTML or XML markup... eXe can be used by anyone who knows how to use a word processor and can navigate on the Internet. Read more...

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Resources on the Sunday Readings

November 9
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica


Lonsdale Clipart
word-sunday.com
Bible Study

Words of Wisdom Posters

 John Paul II

Do not be afraid to be saints. Follow Jesus Christ who is the source of freedom and light.  Be open to the Lord  so that He may lighten all your ways.Pope John Paul II

Ignatius of Antioch

I hunger for the bread of God, the flesh of Jesus Christ ...; I long to drink of his blood, the gift of unending love. St. Ignatius of Antioch

Scripture Cards - Download and print a sheet of four scripture cards to print, cut and give to students, catechumens, or friends ( yes, of course you may keep one for yourself  (-: )...
Matthew 14.20

...all ate and were filled; and they took up what was left over of the broken pieces, twelve baskets full. --Matthew 14.20
Download PDF document

Psalm 27


Draw near to God, and
he will draw near to you. -- James 4.8
Download PDF document

Also see Scripture Clipart Cards and Scripture Posters

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Other Useful Resources Online

Resources for All Saints Day and All Souls Day

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Articles Online

§ Articles in the October 2008 issue of the Catechist Magasine

Ideas for Helping Students Celebrate All Saints' Day by Sister Lou Ella Hickman, IWBS

Ideas for discussions, for activities and for prayer.

Feeding My Soul with Boldness, Tenderness, and Gratitude by Susan K. Rowland

Feeding My Soul is designed especially for you—the catechist. It names a catechetical value and gives you the words of prayer for your personal time with the Lord.

A Cloud of Witness by Mary McEntee McGill

This month we prepare to celebrate All Saints' Day (November 1) and All Souls' Day (November 2). Each year these holy days remind us of the gifts we have received from those who—by their example of faith—have touched our lives.

§ Why Catholics Care for Creation by Joan Brown, O.S.F., Catholic Updates, October 2008

§ The Practice of Lectio Divina by Stephen J. Binz, The Word Among Us, October 2008

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