Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Year of Faith Internet Resources

Ever want to read the Catechism of the Catholic Church, but didn't know if you could make it through the whole book? One option to try in this Year of Faith is to receive a daily e-mail with a little bit of the Catechism in your inbox each morning. Sign up by clicking on the link below (it's free!). The e-mails started on Oct. 11, the first day of the Year of Faith:
Did you know the Diocese of Arlington has its own Year of Faith website? Check it out here:
For daily prayer, you can read the daily Mass readings as well as pray the Liturgy of the Hours online here:
Our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, has his own section on the Vatican website.  Go here and then click on the Pope's picture to read his homilies, letters and various documents.
The Vatican also has its own website for the Year of Faith where we can find plenty of handy resources to better understand our faith. Why not try to read a little from the "We Believe" section each week?  Also on this site on Sunday, Oct. 21 you can even watch live coverage of a Mass of Canonization celebrated by the Pope.  Among the soon-to-be new saints are Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, who will be the first Native American saint in the United States.

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