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  1. Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspectives (Systematic Theology Vol. 1) by Francis Schussler Fiorenza, 1991-05
  2. Roman Catholic Controversy, The by James R. White, 1996-08-01
  3. The Roman Catholic Church: An Illustrated History by Edward Norman, 2007-04-02
  4. Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspectives by Francis Schussler Fiorensa, 2011-03-01
  5. The Holy Bible: Revised Standard Version - Burgundy - Second Catholic Edition by Ignatius Press, 2005-12
  6. The Words We Pray: Discovering the Richness of Traditional Catholic Prayers by Amy Welborn, 2004-10-01
  7. The Holy Spirit: Medieval Roman Catholic and Reformation Traditions by Stanley M. Burgess, 1997-05-01
  8. We Worship: A Guide To The Catholic Mass by Oscar Lukefahr, 2004-09
  9. Confession of a Roman Catholic by Paul Whitcomb, 2009-05-01
  10. The Letter of St. Paul to the Romans: Revised Standard Version/2nd Catholic Edition (Ignatius Catholic Study Bible) (v. 6) by Scott Hahn, Curtis Mitch, 2003-06
  11. Systematic Theology:: Roman Catholic Perspectives (2 Vol. Set)
  12. The Facts on Roman Catholicism (The Facts On Series) by John Ankerberg, John Weldon, et all 2009-03-01
  13. The Catholic Catechism: A Contemporary Catechism of the Teachings of the Catholic Church by John A. Hardon, 1975-05-23
  14. Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspectives (Systematic Theology Vol. 2) by Francis Schussler Fiorenza, 1991-05

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2. American Catholic - A Roman Catholic Church Site From The Franciscans
American Catholic is for Catholics, Christians and seekers. Find Saint of the Day, daily meditations and Catholic news. Post prayer requests and send Catholic ecards. Discover Catholic books, Find roman catholic Saints, Catholic Church Questions and Catholic News. Post Prayer and send Catholic e-cards. Discover Catholic Books, Catholic Audio Books, Catholic Videos, and
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3. St Lawrence Roman Catholic Resource Site
Information on liturgy, prayers, and the saints, plus a oneyear Bible study program.
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Welcome! The St. Lawrence Roman Catholic Resource Site features information on many aspects of the Catholic Faith including Liturgy, Prayers, Saints, Sacraments, Diaconate, Bible, and links to other Catholic sites. My name is Mark Ripper. I was Ordained a Deacon on June 23, 2001 in the Archdiocese of Baltimore . I have been assigned to St. Joseph Catholic Community in Sykesville. My family and I are parishioners of St. John Parish in Westminster, MD I am an Associate Chaplain for the Knights of Columbus, Westminster Council #1393 and the Faithful Navigator for James Cardinal Gibbons Assembly #379. As an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor Member in the Order of the Arrow, one of my hobbies is collecting Scout Memorabilia Feel free to email me at with your questions about any topic relating to the Catholic faith. All the material on this site is faithful to the Magisterium and Traditions of the Roman Catholic Faith. Upcoming Feasts for the 9th Week
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4. St. Thomas More R.C. Church, Cherry Hill, N.J.
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5. Our Lady Queen Of Martyrs R.C. Church - Forest Hills, NY
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Pastor Reverend Monsignor Joseph A. Funaro Parochial Vicars Reverend Daniel J. Weiscopf Reverend Frank L. Schwarz Welcome to the e-community of the faithful people of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Parish! It is the intent of this website to provide a comprehensive database of information about all that is going on in OLQM. Use the hyperlink menus to the left and on the bottom of each page to help you navigate around the website. Use the search page if you are looking for something in particular. We also have various links to Christian-related websites, providing spiritual reflection and alternate information sources. If you have any suggestions on how to improve this website, feel free to email me at any time. I am always open to new suggestions and ideas. God bless, and have fun venturing through e-OLQM!

6. Home Page Mission To Catholics International
A fundamental/evangelical ministry reaching roman catholics with the Biblical message of salvation.
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Mission To Catholics is a fundamental/evangelical ministry reaching Roman Catholics with the Biblical message of salvation. Grace alone , through faith alone , in Christ alone . We believe in the message of salvation as taught by Scripture alone
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A qualification of the name Catholic commonly used in English-speaking countries by those unwilling to recognize the claims of the One True Church . Out of condescension for these dissidents, the members of that Church are wont in official documents to be styled "Roman Catholics" as if the term Catholic represented a genus of which those who owned allegiance to the pope formed a particular species. It is in fact a prevalent conception among Anglicans to regard the whole Catholic Church as made up of three principal branches, the Roman Catholic, the Anglo-Catholic and the Greek Catholic. As the erroneousness of this point of view has been sufficiently explained in the articles CHURCH and CATHOLIC , it is only needful here to consider the history of the composite term with which we are now concerned. In the "Oxford English Dictionary", the highest existing authority upon questions of English philology, the following explanation is given under the heading "Roman Catholic". "The use of this composite term in place of the simple Roman, Romanist, or Romish; which had acquired an invidious sense, appears to have arisen in the early years of the seventeenth century. For conciliatory reasons it was employed in the negotiations connected with the Spanish Match (1618-1624) and appears in formal documents relating to this printed by Rushworth (I, 85-89). After that date it was generally adopted as a non-controversial term and has long been the recognized legal and official designation, though in ordinary use Catholic alone is very frequently employed" (New Oxford Dict., VIII, 766). Of the illustrative quotations which follow, the earliest in date is one of 1605 from the "Europae Speculum" of Edwin Sandys: "Some Roman Catholiques will not say grace when a

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9. In Defense Of The Roman Catholic Church
In Defense of the roman catholic Church Explaining Catholicism to Protestants as well as Catholics developed mainly for non-Catholic Christians, but is also for the majority of non-Catholic
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10. Saint Jude Church Blairstown, NJ
Blairstown. Contact information, schedules, staff directory, history, list of organizations.
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11. Welcome To - Roman Catholic High School
this season of holiness and rebirth, the roman catholic High School Community wishes everyone a Blessed Easter bloom around us. For roman catholic, Spring signals a time for the
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12. The Roman Catholic Faithful
From the Desk of the President roman catholic Faithful, Inc. Pulling the Plug. Copyright©19962004 roman catholic Faithful, Inc. All rights reserved.
Home About Campaigns Contact ... Contact us RCF conducted a highly-charged meeting in Albany on Feb. 22. Read the press statement by Paul Likoudis. News of RCF's appearance at the Coalition of Concerned Catholics meeting on 5/8/04 will be forthcoming.

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13. St. Stephen The King Roman Catholic Church, Oswego, NY
Oswego. Site includes online bulletin, church history, devotions, and links to youth and affiliated groups.
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(click here) Oswego, NY 13126 Rev. Edmund Wolak , Pastor Rev. Andrzej Szczesnowicz, P. Vicar Jennifer Hall, Director of Religious Education Jack Woods, Parish Outreach Mr. Ryan Schaffer , Director of Music Anne Moody, Parish Secretary Link!! Our Lady of the Rosary Parish click here Mass Schedule
Daily Mass: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:45 a.m. (as scheduled on the "Bulletin" page) Weekend Vigil: Saturday 4:30 p.m.;

14. Roman Catholicism. What Is It?, CARM
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Learn more about TORCH, Traditions of roman catholic Homes. a support group for roman catholic homeschoolers and the faithful Bringing Christ to the World Through Catholic Homeschooling. Before we know it, summer will be over
J.M.J. a support group for Roman Catholic homeschoolers and the faithful A.M.D.G. Bringing Christ to the World Through Catholic Homeschooling Before we know it, summer will be over. A new homeschool year will begin and we will be busy planning activities for our children in our homeschool groups. Before all the planning gets underway, we should take a moment to reflect on a significant point. Number one in the TORCH statement of philosophy is, "Our single and most important purpose is that of aiding individuals and families into a closer and more intimate union with Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who is Lord and Savior to all and to thus spread the Kingdom of God on earth." We also suggest, as one of our activities, monthly spiritual direction. Spiritual direction is a key component for anyone who is serious about his or her relationship with Christ and who truly has decided to become holy. Click here to continue reading this article If you have read the Greetings Column from the August Newsletter and want to purchase Fr. Thomas Dubay's book, please click on the book/link to the left.

16. Roman Catholic Lectionary For Mass
The roman catholic Lectionary for Mass Compehensive Tables, Comparative Analyses,OnLine Resources. The roman catholic Lectionary Website compiled by Prof.
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compiled by Prof. Felix Just, S.J. - Loyola Marymount University
Introduction / Purpose: Many other websites provide easy access to the scripture readings assigned to particular Sundays and/or Weekdays in various church Lectionaries (see the links section). In contrast, this website has comprehensive tables of the scripture readings from several Latin and English editions of the Roman Catholic Lectionary for Mass Lectionary Note: 2004 is Cycle C for Sundays and Year II for Weekdays; 2005 will be Sunday Cycle A and Weekday Year I. CONTENTS OF THIS WEBSITE The Lectionary for Mass (1998 USA edition) Lectionary: Sundays and Solemnities (1992 Canadian edition) The Lectionary for Mass (1970 USA edition) The Roman Missal (Pre-Vatican II edition) Analyses, Comparisons, and Overviews: Calendar of Lectionary Cycles and Movable Liturgical Feasts (1999-2025) Color Scheme for Highlighting Differences on the Lectionary Charts Different Editions of the Roman Catholic Lectionary for Mass ... Readings for Special Masses for the Jubilee Year 2000 Johannine Literature in the Lectionary for Mass: John's Gospel used on Sundays and Major Feasts John's Gospel used on Weekdays and Special Masses Texts of John's Gospel NOT used in the Lectionary for Mass Johannine Epistles used on Sundays, Weekdays, and Special Masses

17. 1998 USA Lectionary For Mass
THE roman catholic LECTIONARY WEBSITE compiled by Prof. Felix Just, SJ Loyola Marymount University. The Lectionary for Mass (1998 USA Edition).
compiled by Prof. Felix Just, S.J. - Loyola Marymount University The Lectionary for Mass (1998 USA Edition) Volume I: Readings for Sundays, Solemnities, Feasts of the Lord and the Saints
in the order as printed in the revised Lectionary Season of Advent
Season of Christmas

Season of Lent

Easter Triduum and Season of Easter
Solemnities and Feasts of the Lord and the Saints
see also the new
Calendar of Lectionary Cycles and Movable Liturgical Feasts
Volumes II-IV, with Readings for Weekdays and other Masses, was published in April 2002, but is not yet available on this website.
Meanwhile, please see the readings prescribed in the 1970 USA Edition of the Lectionary for Mass Official Title: Lectionary for Mass for Use in the Dioceses of the United States, second typical edition
Readings which are new or different from the 1970 Lectionary are marked in the accompanying tables.
Click here or on the underlined links ( new ) or ( diff ) in the tables for an explanation of the changes. For the full texts of the readings for the current Sundays

18. Sisters Of Saints Cyril And Methodius - Danville, Pennsylvania
The Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius are a roman catholic, religious institute of pontifical rite dedicated to apostolic works. They are a community of Catholic women brought together in a free response to God's call to live for him by the practice of the evangelical counsels of chastity, poverty, and obedience. They are located in Danville, Pennsylvania.
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19. Roman Catholic Priests
roman catholic Priests. The shortage of roman catholic priests is expected tocontinue, resulting in a very favorable job outlook through the year 2012.
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  • Preparation generally requires 8 years of study beyond high school, usually including a college degree followed by 4 or more years of theology study at a seminary.
  • The shortage of Roman Catholic priests is expected to continue, resulting in a very favorable outlook.
Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Priests in the Catholic Church may be categorized as either diocesan or religious. Both types of priests have the same priesthood faculties, acquired through ordination by a bishop. Differences lie in their way of life, type of work, and the Church authority to which they are responsible. Diocesan priests commit their lives to serving the people of a diocese, a church administrative region, and generally work in parishes, schools, or other Catholic institutions as assigned by the bishop of their diocese. Diocesan priests take oaths of celibacy and obedience.

20. Saint Andrew Roman Catholic Parish
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