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Some basic links to help you learn more about the Catholic Church
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Catholic Education Resource Center

Catholic Education Resource Center

  • Link to the Catholic Education Resource Center

    The Catholic Education Resource Center is an online resource library for Catholic faith and culture. It provides informative articles about a variety of issues including the environment, parenting, history, apologetics and social justice.

National Catholic Bioethics Center

  • National Catholic Bioethics Center

    Established in 1972, the NCBC conducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences, and derives its message directly from the teachings of the Catholic Church. The results of this research are available though this website and our various educational and publishing activities, workshops and seminars.

Social Media

Vatican Radio

  • Vatican Radio - Facebook Page
    Filled with beautiful photos, reports of the daily activities of the Holy Father and other Vatican news.
  • News.VA
    Vatican News Facebook Page
  • Pope Francis - Pontifex
    Pope Francis' Tweets
  • The Pope App

    Focused on the figure of the Pope, this appt will allow you to follow his events live and to set up alerts notifying you when papal events begin. It will also give you access to all official papal-related content in a variety of formats: news and official speeches, galleries with the latest images and videos, access to his calendar, and links to other services of the Holy See. Additionally, the app will let you see key areas of the Vatican through webcams distributed throughout St. Peter's Square that are always broadcasting images.
  • Benedictine University Ministry
  • Abbot Austin G. Murphy OSB
  • Pope 2 You: Pope Benedict's Social Network
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