|Bibles||Vatican Documents||ACBO (Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario)|
|New Revised Standard Version: This is among the most accurate of translations. It is used in Mass readings in Canada.||Vatican II Documents : The official documents of the Second Vatican Council (1963-1965) This council has shaped the Church over past 50 years.||Family Life Resources: Resources for Fully Alive, the Elementary Family Life Program|
|Today’s English Version : This version of the Bible was created to be used by children and those who had English as a second language.||The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC): A compilation of the official teachings of the Catholic Church. It was written in the 1990’s.||Pastoral Guidelines to Assist Students of Same-Sex Orientation: Teachings and strategies on ministering to students of same-sex orientation|
Readings for Mass for each day of the year:
|General Directory for Catechesis (1998) (GDC) : The basis of faith formation from cradle to grave. Sections 85-86 give us the six tasks of catechesis which provide the strands for the Elementary Religious Education Curriculum.|
Biblical Archeology Daily
- Who Was the Wife of Cain?by Biblical Archaeology Society Staff on July 26, 2021 at 4:20 pm
Who did Cain marry? Where did she come from? Mary Joan Winn Leith suggests that while the Israelite storyteller knew that other men and women in Genesis existed outside of Eden, they did not matter to him or factor into his account. He was concerned with Adam and Eve and their progeny—not those outside of this group. The post Who Was the Wife of Cain? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Review: A Walk to Caesarea: A Historical-Archaeological Perspectiveby BAS Staff on July 26, 2021 at 4:06 am
A Walk to Caesarea: A Historical-Archaeological Perspective By Joseph Patrich (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society and Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 2018), xii + 174 pp., 193 ill. The post Review: A Walk to Caesarea: A Historical-Archaeological Perspective appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Remains Found at Gethsemaneby Jonathan Laden on July 25, 2021 at 1:00 pm
Near the modern Gethsemane Church, at the foot of the Mount of Olives, excavations have revealed the remains of a Second Temple period mikveh (ritual The post Remains Found at Gethsemane appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- What Did Jesus Really Look Like?by Biblical Archaeology Society Staff on July 24, 2021 at 11:00 am
What did Jesus look like? In “Painting a Portrait of Jesus,” D. Moody Smith examined the difficulties in answering this question. The post What Did Jesus Really Look Like? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Lavish Second Temple “City Hall” Unveiled in Jerusalemby Michele Barasso on July 23, 2021 at 5:03 am
Earlier this month, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) revealed the excavations of a lavish first-century C.E. public building in Jerusalem. The building, located near the The post Lavish Second Temple “City Hall” Unveiled in Jerusalem appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.