Websites for Adult Faith Formation

Liturgy, Prayer, Spirituality

http://campus.udayton.edu/mary/
Marian website of the University of Dayton

http://creighton.edu/collaborativeministry/online.htm
Creighton University provides a 34 week retreat online, Stations of the Cross through the eyes of Mary, daily reflections on the readings

http://divineoffice.org
Liturgy of the Hours resource

http://www.liturgy.slu.edu
Liturgy pages of St. Louis University, reflections on daily readings

www.ronrolheiser.com/ 
Father Ron Rolheiser,OMI, provides spiritual reflections on his website

www.sacredspace.ie/
Best daily prayer website…from Ireland and the Jesuits…10 minute daily reflections in 18 different languages

www.thomasmerton.org
This website provides Trappist spirituality experiences in the model of Thomas Merton

http://www.paulturner.org
Father Paul Turner shares insights and reflections on liturgy

Preparation for Mass

https://stpaulcenter.com/reflections
Scott Hahn gives a short video reflection on the Sunday readings

http://usccb.org/bible/readings/120116.cf
USCCB provides daily readings in Spanish and English

Reference and News

http://www.catholicnews.com
Official U.S. Catholic news

www.usccb.org
U.S. Bishops’ official website, daily Mass readings, documents, policies

www.vatican.va/
Official Vatican website, 12 languages, tour the Vatican, all documents

www.easterbrooks.com/personal/calendar/select.html
Catholic calendar

Religious Formation

www.cyberfaith.com  
A myriad of helpful other links, published by Sadlier, family activities

www.educationforjustice.org
Self explanatory…great site

www.loyolapress.com
Three minute retreats, several free e-newsletters

www.pauline.org
Pauline Sisters website with printable activities for children, also the official website of the Catholic Magazine for Kids, retreats, spiritual reading for adults.

https://www.avemariapress.com/engagingfaith/
A blog of ideas, some for youth

http://liturgycatechesisshallkiss.blogspot.com/
Another blog with liturgical ideas. Joyce works in the Diocesan Offices in Joliet.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/
Some nice, free items, including the Saint of the Day that you can have sent to your inbox

http://www.crs.org/
The social justice arm of the USCCB.  They have excellent resources on the 7 Catholic Social Teachings…new videos demonstrating each. 

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