GPS: Resource Center
You will find helpful tools to discover God’s Plan for Salvation. From scripture to music, parish opportunities to daily inspiration, it’s all here. If you need help with one of these resources or are looking for additional support, contact Jules Weber, Assistant Principal and Director of Catholic Formation and Evangelization.
Consult the Locals
Ask For Directions
Family Catechism: Kid friendly, interactive Catechism.
Travel with Companions
Small group opportunities
Plan The Stops
Vatican: The Holy See has event photos, church documents,prayershttp://www.vatican.va/phome_en.htm
USCCB: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. The place to go for daily scripture readings (bible tab), the catechism online(beliefs and teachings tab, click what we believe), videos (media tab), liturgical calendar, prayers, devotions, mass, (prayer and worship tab), CST resources.
Reset Your Course
Labyrinth: Resources for Labyrinth prayer with students
The Five Loaves: the Between Sundays clip that arrives on Monday each week connects the Sunday gospel into our every day living. Subscribe to receive it by email (Free!) or just go to link below and watch.
Read a Traveler’s Blog
Busted Halo: more of a resource for you, but they do have engaging sacraments 101 videos and faith videos. Good reading suggestions and catholic commentary
Center for Action and Contemplation: an education center grounded in the Christian Mystical Tradition
Friar Musings: Fr. George Corrigan, OFM blogs about the Sunday readings, pop culture, and all things Franciscan.
Word on Fire: Fr. Robert Barron website. He’s a reliable source and produced the Catholicism DVD series which is at Saint Francis. Click WOF tv tab, click Faith Clips. Lots of great video for discussion. You can also go to WOF tv tab, click videos. His videos revolve around topics from the Catechism or topics from the world and the “Catholic” response to that. He does movie reviews
Download Apps to Pass the Time
Catholic apps for mobile devices: Great article listing hot apps!
Laudate: This is the #1 Catholic free app that has many great resources for religion teachers. It includes: daily readings (audio), Liturgy of Hours, Roman Missal Changes, Interactive Rosary with Prayers included, Stations of the Cross, Additional Catholic prayers, the Catholic Catechism, New American Bible, and Vatican Documents.
irosary: iRosary is an innovative new Rosary for the iPhone and iPod Touch which displays a fully-animated set of Rosary beads that flows across your hand as you move it with your finger, like a standard Rosary.
Pray-as-you-go: A personal listening gospel. Through word and music, questions that encourage the listener to think for yourself, ask God to look at the world through the eyes believers. With today’s language and music mixed. Because prayer is something for all ages, from all cultures, it has to do with the universal searches. Twelve minutes each day to hear of his way to work in the comfort of your room, amid the frenzy of every day … Monday through Sunday each week.