Our Men in Black
Do you know someone that is interested in the priesthood or would be a candidate for the priesthood? The New Ulm diocese Men in Black have an award winning website which invites young men to consider the priesthood as a possible career choice.
National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry
We, the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry, participate in the mission of the Catholic Church by proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ with young people.
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This site is not operated by the Catholic Church or anyone officially representing the Catholic Church. It is a private "apostolate" set up by a young Catholic family in Australia. Having said that, we hope that the site is entirely loyal to the Church.
TEC (Together Encountering Christ)
Riverbend TEC is the name chosen for the TEC weekends in the Diocese of New Ulm.
TEC (Together Encountering Christ) is a three-day Catholic weekend usually beginning on Saturday morning and ending on Monday. TEC is a special experience in living the Catholic faith as good, active Christians.
The goals of the TEC weekend are:
To accept ourselves and others as good and valuable creations of God
To become more aware of Jesus being present in our lives
To strengthen and encourage interest in and reading of the bible
To deepen appreciation of the sacraments, especially the Eucharist and Reconciliation
To build openness and friendship between people of different ages and parishes
Welcome to the Central Minnesota Together Encountering Christ (CM TEC) Homepage. TEC is a three-day retreat weekend based on the Paschal Mystery: the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our TEC Center is located just outside of Little Falls in central Minnesota.
Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN)
Online Services, one of EWTN's newest apostolates, provides a variety of Catholic resources to those with Internet capability. Here one has access to the Catholic Church's teachings on a wide variety of moral and theological issues made available in searchable audio and document libraries. The service offers online experts to answer questions about the Faith.
AmericanCatholic.org, home of the online editions of St. Anthony Messenger, Catholic Update, Millennium Monthly, Youth Update, Scripture From Scratch and other Catholic features, is a service of St. Anthony Messenger Press and Franciscan Communications, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
Here you'll find "pearls of great price"--original and previously published articles and teaching strategies for use in teaching religion, doing campus ministry, and building faith community. We will add at least ten new resources every month, so check back often. Have a great article or teaching strategy to share with the community?
The Catholic Spirit, The Official Newspaper of St. Paul and Minneapolis Archdiocese. Read weekly articles from the paper, including Archbishop Flynn's weekly column, feature articles, columnists, resources and more links.
Meeting Christ in the Liturgy: Reflections on the Scriptures of the sacred Liturgy and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Liturgy of the Hours
The Liturgy of the Hours (also known as the Divine Office) is the richest single prayer resource of the Christian Church. It provides prayers, psalms and meditation for every hour of every day. Universalis Publishing was started in 1995 with the aim of harnessing computer technology to help in enriching the spiritual life of Christians, specifically by making the liturgical and devotional resources of the Catholic Church available on the new electronic media.
Catholiclinks.org (catolicos.org) emerges as one more painstaking declaration on the part of Christians from all over the world to bear witness to all of mankind the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Faithful to the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, Catolicos.org has been using since 1997, all viable means (in this case the Web) to swiftly inform those who are interested all that pertains to Catholicism.
|An officially approved association of Catholic Clergy who give special emphasis to the pro-life teachings of the Church. We offer ongoing assistance to the clergy in addressing the topics of abortion and euthanasia, and training and resources to the entire pro-life movement.|
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|Catholic Information Network (CIN) offers a free exchange of news, information and discussion, and is not an official organ of the Catholic Church . |
Catholic Relief Services
Catholic Relief Services was founded in 1943 by the Catholic Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and disadvantaged outside the country. The fundamental motivating force in all activities of CRS is the Gospel of Jesus Christ as it pertains to the alleviation of human suffering, the development of people and the fostering of charity and justice in the world. CRS provides direct aid to the poor, and involves people in their own development, helping them to realize their potential.
|http://www.catholic.org/||Catholic Online is a resource for many Catholic topics and products|
|http://www.foryourmarriage.org||Because the Catholic Church cares about your marriage, well help you with information, skills, inspiration and resources, and maybe a little humor along the way. Whether you’re dating, engaged, newlywed or a mature couple, you’re in the right place, because we’re For Your Marriage.|
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To assist orthodox Catholic women in their effort to provide witness to their faith, both to their families and to the world.
To aid women in their efforts to deepen their understanding of the Catholic Faith.
To aid faithful Catholic women in their desire for fellowship with others who share their faith and commitment.
To serve as a channel through which questions from Catholic women seeking guidance or information can be directed.
|http://www.zenit.org/0?l=english||The nature of ZENIT and its mission |
ZENIT is a non-profit international news agency comprising a team of professionals and volunteers who are convinced of the extraordinary richness of the Catholic Church's message, particularly its social doctrine. The ZENIT team sees this message as a light for understanding today's world.
At the same time, we are aware that this richness is little known in the information world. This motivates us to strive to bring this message to the Internet, in the greatest possible number of languages.
Our objective is to inform about the "world seen from Rome," with professionalism and faithfulness to the truth. We aim to view the modern world through the messages of the Pope and the Holy See; tell about the happenings of the Church; and inform about the topics, debates and events that are especially interesting to Christians worldwide. ZENIT carries out this service independently.