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This Catechism is a faithful adaptation of Father Connell's The New Baltimore Catechism No. 2 of 1941, and is suitable for study by traditional Roman Catholics. It reflects the teachings Faith and Morals of the Roman Catholic Church.
   15 Content Ideas for Catholic Bloggers Preview Go
A site of web content development. This page shows 15 good content ideas for Catholic bloggers and webmasters.
   Pharsea's World Preview Go
Theological, Liturgical and Philosophical musings of an English Gay Traditioanlist, Platonist Catholic.

   Catholic Inspired Preview Go
Catholic arts, crafts, games, Bible studies, and more! (By a Catholic homeschooling family with 9 kids.)
   The Road Home - A Catholic Apologetics Site Preview Go
A Catholic apologetics page. Read the story of my long road toward truth and a home in the Catholic Church.
   catholic news sources - katholieke nieuwsbronnen Preview Go
Multilingual directory for current catholic news with links to hundreds of catholic information sources online
Open invitation to all who promote devotion to the Most Holy Rosary, and the Brown Scapular. Illustrated guide to making rosaries and scapulars. Links to best-priced suppliers. If you've never made a rosary, we'll show you how. Beautiful hand-made rosaries for sale. Proceeds support our Affiliate Site, PrayTheRosary Web Apostolate: we distribute rosaries and scapulars, FREE of charge.
   Brothers of Jesus? Preview Go
Some people claim that Jesus had brothers, which means his mother, Mary, did not remain a virgin after Jesus’ birth. To support this, they quote Mk 6:17 “Is he not the carpenter, the son of Mary, and the brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon? Are not his sisters here with us? And they took offense at him.” Let’s look at what the rest of the Bible can tell us about these “brothers” of Jesus.
   Saint Francis of Assisi Preview Go
His faith teaches us everything!
   Equipping Catholic Families Preview Go
We offer Catholic teaching tools and gifts, celebrating the Sacraments, Seasons and Feastdays with activities and crafts.

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