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Scripture and Vatican II

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:

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Catholic Doors

Universalis: Divine Office

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

  • Solving the Enigma of Petra and the Nabataeans
    by Glenn J. Corbett on January 19, 2020 at 3:12 pm

    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.

  • The Bethesda Pool, Site of One of Jesus’ Miracles
    by Biblical Archaeology Society Staff on January 18, 2020 at 2:01 pm

    The Bethesda Pool, where Jesus heals the paralytic man in the Gospel of John, is a complex site. It appears to have been a mikveh, or ritual bath. The post The Bethesda Pool, Site of One of Jesus’ Miracles appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.

  • What Is the Oldest Hebrew Bible?
    by Jennifer Drummond on January 18, 2020 at 2:00 am

    The oldest Hebrew Bible texts are the Dead Sea Scrolls (c. 250 B.C.E.–115 C.E.), but the most nearly complete copies of the Hebrew Bible are codices from a thousand years ago. What happened in the period between these two discoveries? The Ashkar-Gilson Manuscript fills the gap in our knowledge of this interim period. The post What Is the Oldest Hebrew Bible? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.

  • 3,000-Year-Old Hebrew Inscription Discovered
    by Jonathan Laden on January 15, 2020 at 1:52 pm

    A Hebrew inscription on a jar unearthed at Tel Abel Beth Macaah may resolve a long-running dispute about the extent of Israelite territory in the The post 3,000-Year-Old Hebrew Inscription Discovered appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.

  • Ancient Jerusalem: The Village, the Town, the City
    by Biblical Archaeology Society Staff on January 15, 2020 at 4:00 am

    Archaeologist Hillel Geva says that population estimates for ancient Jerusalem are too high. His new estimates begin with people living on no more than a dozen acres. The post Ancient Jerusalem: The Village, the Town, the City appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.