|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
- Funerary Temple Found in Saqqaraby Jonathan Laden on January 18, 2021 at 5:42 am
On January 17, the Egyptian archaeological mission announced the discovery in Saqqara of an Old Kingdom funerary temple. They also found a four-meter-long papyrus showing The post Funerary Temple Found in Saqqara appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Jesus and the Crossby Biblical Archaeology Society Staff on January 17, 2021 at 2:30 pm
Most scholars believe that early Christians did not use the cross as an image of their religion. So how did the cross become modern Christianity’s most popular symbol? The post Jesus and the Cross appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Judith: A Remarkable Heroineby Robin Gallaher Branch on January 16, 2021 at 4:30 pm
The Book of Judith presents a truly remarkable heroine. Judith is introduced as a devout, shapely, beautiful and wealthy widow who exhibits characteristics equal to those of Israel’s finest warriors. The post Judith: A Remarkable Heroine appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Solving the Enigma of Petra and the Nabataeansby Glenn J. Corbett on January 15, 2021 at 6:32 am
Who were the Nabataeans, the industrious Arab people who built the city of Petra and its towering rock-cut monuments over 2,000 years ago? The post Solving the Enigma of Petra and the Nabataeans appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
- Rahab the Harlot?by Robin Ngo on January 14, 2021 at 4:00 pm
In the Book of Joshua, Rahab assisted two Israelite spies in escaping out a window and down the city wall of Jericho. Who was Rahab in the Bible? A Biblical prostitute or just an innkeeper? The post Rahab the Harlot? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.