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[ F ] is an interactive family catechism in English and Spanish that will help you and your family discover the richness of our Catholic faith through a multimedia experience.

Based on the Apostolate's Family Catechism, presents an easy-to-understand question and answer format that provides the basics of the faith. Pray and theological illustrations summarize each concept presented. Excerpts from and cross-reference with Scriptures, Vatican II, the Catechism of the Catholic Church documents and other Church documents lead you to a deeper understanding of our faith.

Video commentaries featuring Francis Cardinal Arinze, Redemptorist Father Pablo Straub (Spanish) and other excerpts expoured on the church's teaching and provide practical application.

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An initiative of the Bishops of the United States to be a resource to men and women in discernment as an aid for promoting a vocation culture within the home, and a range of tools for educators, youth leaders and vocation directors.

The Fund for Theological Education

FTE is a leading ecumenical advocate for excellence and diversity in Christian ministry and theological scholarship. Our work supports the next generation of leaders among pastors and scholars. We provide fellowships and a network of support to gifted young people from all denominations and racial/ethnic backgrounds-encouraging those with gifts for leadership to consider vocations in ministry and teaching and nurturing them in their exploration and study.

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Gabriel Project of Arlington

Gabriel Project Arlington (GPA), a ministry of the Office for Family Life of the Arlington Diocese, helps pregnant women with long or short-term needs by offering assistance at the parish level. It involves a network of churches, crisis pregnancy centers and other agencies working together to assist the mother with physical, material, spiritual, and emotional support. The church community responds in a loving, unconditional and non-judgmental manner to the mother, witnessing to the infinite and healing love of God. "Each of us is the result of a thought of God. Each of us is willed, each of us is loved, each of us is necessary." Pope Benedict XVI

Grassroots Films

Mission - "The film industry has become a universal medium exercising a profound influence on the development of people's attitudes and choices, and possessing a remarkable ability to influence public opinion and culture across all social and political frontiers" - Pope John Paul II

Grassroots Films, Inc of Brooklyn, New York is an independent motion picture company founded in 2001. Fresh, riveting and groundbreaking, Grassroots Films brings the audience to places that everyone knows exist but are sometimes hard to find. Through the power of image and sound, Grassroots Films aims to inspire and change to way people see reality.

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Healing of Families

Your family is beset with problems. That is to say, it is a normal family. And since you are a believer in God you have most certainly prayed to God about many of these problems. And maybe you have had the joy of 'answered prayer' for some, some respite for others, but there are those problems that don't seem to go anywhere! They just turn in circles around you and keep on being re-presented for your consumption! Your image of God is seriously shaken because you don't understand why He doesn't seem to hear you on these particular issues. Your voice feels like a cry in the desert. If yours is this kind of situation this is the prayer for you!

"We hope to provide you with useful information and powerful prayer materials related to prayer for the healing of your family. We offer a special pamphlet and several prayer cards which will help you keep up the good fight in the spiritual combat against evil, and aid you in healing and protecting your family and yourself from certain effects of sin." To learn more about us, visit our web site:

Healing the Culture

At Healing the Culture, we believe that a pro-life culture is built by changing the way people think about life. Our challenge is to help people move towards more worthy life goals - like faith, hope, love, empathy, compassion, generosity, self-sacrifice, and seeing the intrinsic dignity of others. We open people's hearts to understanding the life issues in a new way, by giving them authentic and fulfilling definitions of "happiness," "success," and "quality of life." We've devoted our lives to building pro-life learning tools which offer an inspiring vision of freedom, rights, and the common good. And we're committed to opening people's eyes to the good news that there really is something special about being human.

Healthy Dining Finder

Healthy Dining is teaming up with America's restaurants to provide diners with a selection of great-tasting Healthy Dining menu choices as well as accurate nutrition information. Since dining out is central to the American lifestyle - and more Americans than ever are interested in health and nutrition - this powerful program is contributing to a healthier America by bringing together the restaurant industry's "culinary brilliance" with America's quest for healthier cuisine.

Healthy Dining's mission is to empower Americans to enjoy dining out as part of a healthier lifestyle and to inspire restaurants to prosper by offering 'dietitian-approved Healthy Dining menu choices' emphasizing lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and unsaturated fats. More than 60,000 participating restaurant locations, from fast food to fine dining, are featured on Healthy Dining's signature site, The site is a trusted resource for consumers to find menu items that meet the Healthy Dining criteria and 'seal of approval.'

Heartbeat International

Heartbeat International is the first network of pro-life pregnancy centers founded in the United States and is the largest group of centers in the world. We are a nonprofit, interdenominational Christian association of faith-based pregnancy resource centers, medical clinics, maternity homes, and nonprofit adoption agencies endorsed by Christian leaders nationwide. Heartbeat's Life-Saving Vision is to help create a world where every new life is welcomed and children are nurtured within strong families, according to God's Plan, so that abortion is unthinkable.

HeritageQuest Online provides critical information to those researching their family genealogies. HeritageQuest combines digital, searchable images of U.S. federal census records with the digitized version of the popular ProQuest Genealogy & Local History collection and other valuable content. This service is offered for purchase through ProQuest at

Hope after Abortion

For over 16 years, women and men have been coming to Project Rachel, the post-abortion ministry of the Catholic Church, for help in healing their emotional and spiritual wounds. The priests and counselors in the Project Rachel network understand the pain and loss that follow abortion. They have led thousands of grieving women and men from despair to hope and peace. Project Rachel has trained priests and professional counselors who can help you to heal spiritually and emotionally, no matter what faith tradition is yours. For more information visit:

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iBreviaryPRO is a FREE Catholic and Christian application that brings the traditional prayer of the Breviary to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The Breviary is the official prayer of all the Catholic faithful, and offers the possibility of meditating on the beautiful texts of the biblical Psalms to all.

iBreviary offers a space for reflection, prayer and meditation.

iBreviary transforms your iPad/iPhone and iPod touch into:

  • a complete Breviary and Roman Missal in 5 languages (Italian - French - Spanish - English - Latin)
  • a mobile multimedia aid for all Catholics
  • an aid to hearing and reading the words of the Holy Father daily and on which you can read the official documents of the Catholic Church.

iBreviary - either through the website or through applications for mobile phones - want to be an important tool to serve the Catholic Church.

IN A WORD Publication

IN A WORD is a publication of The Society of the Divine Word's Media Production Center.

Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Throughout our history, IHM Sisters have lived the legacy of pioneering and risk-taking that characterized our beginnings. The IHM community began in the frontier settlement of Monroe, Michigan, in 1845. Two visionary and action-oriented personalities, Father Louis Gillet and Sister Theresa Maxis, responding to the need to educate young immigrants, undertook that initiative and established the IHM community. The pioneering, risk-taking legacy of Louis and Theresa lives on in our ministries today.

The Institute for Black Catholic Studies (IBCS)

The Institute embraces the Gospel of Jesus Christ and affirms the teachings and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. Faculty and students explore these teachings and theological and religious traditions through an interpretative lens derived from critical analysis and reflection upon the Black religious, historical, cultural, and social experience. The goal is to prepare students for more effective ministry in the Black Community. As a program of Xavier University of Louisiana, the Institute for Black Catholic Studies stands in complete harmony with the University's mission statement as it faithfully seeks to address and respond to the fundamental question of what it has meant, what it means, and what it shall mean to be Black and Catholic.

The Interegional African American Catholic Evangelization Conference

The IAACEC invites your participation in the seventh African American Catholic Evangelization Conference. This conference offers you new ideas, relationships and fosters collaboration and networking. The overall goal of the conference is to be one of evangelization that strives to achieve the National Black Catholic Congress' Youth and Young Adult principles, while at the same time prepare all participants for and promote the 2012 National Black Catholic Congress.

The Institute for the Psychological Sciences

The Institute for the Psychological Sciences (Institute), an institution of higher education offering Master's and Doctoral degrees, affiliated with the Legionaries of Christ, is dedicated to the renewal of the Christian intellectual tradition and the development of a psychology consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church and in constructive dialogue with the modern world. The Institute seeks to provide an effective academic and educational environment for assisting students intellectually and professionally as they prepare themselves to respond to their calling as mental health professionals.

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Josephite Pastoral Center

The Josephites established the Josephite Pastoral Center to assist in our ministry through “Research, Education, Planning and Mission Development.” Through the years it has published the African American History and Heritage Calendar. The publication of the calendar began in 1970 and has a circulation of over 160,000 copies. Each year a theme is chosen and artists are selected to provide the artwork for each month.

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Knights of Peter Claver

The Knights of Peter Claver, Inc. and Ladies Auxiliary is the largest African-American lay Catholic organization. The organization is located in 34 states. It has 298 Councils (men divisions) and 312 Court (ladies divisions) with 123 Junior Councils (young men) and 208 Junior Courts (young ladies) between the ages of 7-18 years old. The organization was founded by four Josephite priests and three lay Catholic men in 1909 in Mobile, Alabama. The Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary still today provides an opportunity for all parishioners to be actively involved in their Catholic faith by living the Gospel message. The Order is named after St. Peter Claver, a Jesuit priest from Spain who ministered to African slaves in Cartegena, Colombia, South America in the 1600s. Peter Claver is said to have converted over 300,000 slaves to Catholicism.

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Diocese of Lafayette Vocations

Mission Statement

The Offices of Seminarians and vocations of the Diocese of Lafayette support the discernment of vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life and supervise the formation of seminarians.

Without priests, the Roman Catholic Church could not exist. And without Religious Sisters and Brothers, a vital component of the Church would disappear. Hence, a priority for each diocese or religious order is the calling forth of vocations to the priesthood and religious life - in cooperation with God.

The Vocation Director of the Diocese of Lafayette implements a complete program of encouraging vocations, concentrating on reaching each family in each parish, as well as the young people in the schools. The primary source of vocation is the family: a family becomes this source through learning and living their faith and spirituality in an atmosphere of openness to God. The church parishes foster this openness through providing for the spiritual life of the parishioners, and also through providing Parish Vocation Committees to work more specifically toward the bringing froth of vocations. The Diocesan Vocation Director, aided by a Vocation Team of Priests, provides a regular program of activities and events, such as youth gatherings and retreats, to further the development and discernment of vocations.

Life Education and Resource Network

L.E.A.R.N. Northeast is part of the Life Education And Resource Network (LEARN), a national network of Christian pro-life/pro-family advocates who are dedicated to protecting the pre-born and promoting traditional family values.

LEARN was officially established in 1993 at the African American Pro-Life Planning Conference in Houston, Texas. One of the primary goals of LEARN is to facilitate a strong and viable network of African American and minority pro-life/pro-family advocates.


LIFE TEEN, Inc., is an international Catholic ministry that serves the Church and leads teens closer to Christ by providing resources and training that encourage vibrant Eucharistic celebrations and opportunities for teens to grow in their faith.

Liturgy Matters

This website was created to help Catholic church musicians with their annual, seasonal and week-to-week liturgical planning. With a special emphasis on African American music, this website provides a wealth of resources that will assist in the preparation of liturgy that is both universal and inspiring. Dr. Kevin P. Johnson, founder.

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Maafa 21

The claim is that the abortion issue is about privacy, and women's rights, and reproductive freedom. But that's just marketing hype. In reality, it was EUGENICS that drove the legalization of abortion. And now, a stunning new movie lays it all out with incredible documentation. The film is called Maafa 21 and it exposes a plan to create "racial purity" that began 150 years ago and is still being carried out right now. It's about the ties between the Nazis, the American eugenics movement and today's "family planning" cartel. It's about elitism, secret agendas, treachery and corruption at the highest levels of political and corporate America. Maafa 21 will show you things the media has been hiding and politicians don't want you to know. So if you're ready to see the real agenda behind "choice," fasten your seatbelts ...IT'S SHOCK AND AWE TIME!

Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps helps people in the world's toughest places turn the crises of natural disaster, poverty and conflict into opportunities for progress. Driven by local needs and market conditions, our programs provide communities with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives. Our worldwide team of 3,700 professionals is improving the lives of 16.7 million people in more than 40 countries.

My Soul Proclaims

A video giving witness to priesthood, religious and married life.

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National Association of Black Catholic Administrators (NABCA)

NABCA is dedicated to providing a forum for African American Catholic Administrators to gather and share their collective resources to effectively address the needs, issues and concerns facing the African American communities.., developing and mentoring Black Catholic leadership...; and will be the change agent for an inclusive church …Goals include evangelization, leadership skills development, collaboration with similar organizations, and crafting strategies for the implementation of the National Black Catholic Pastoral Plan, the Pastoral Letter on Racism by the US Roman Catholic Bishops and other core documents.

National Association of Lay Ministry

The National Association for Lay Ministry is a professional organization that supports, educates and advocates for lay ministers and promotes the development of lay ministry in the Catholic Church.

National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life- An NBCC Partner

The National Black Catholic Apostolate for Life was inaugurated in the Fall of 1997, with the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus and the Franciscan Solid Ground Ministry as sponsors with the support of John Cardinal O'Connor, Archbishop of New York and the Archdiocese's Office of Black Ministry.

National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus

Serves as a fraternity for Black Catholic Clergy and Religious to support the spiritual, theological, educational, and ministerial growth of its members. It is a vehicle to bring the contributions of the Black Community to fruition within the Catholic Church. It wages an attack on the institutional racism within the Catholic Church and on the Church's support of White racism overall in the American Society.

National Black Catholic Congress Catholic Education Foundation, LLC

During Congress IX in 2002 the National Black Catholic Congress established the NBCC Commission on Catholic Education to focus on improving the experience of Black students attending Catholic institutions. Utilizing a process known as Appreciative Inquiry, the Commission studied strengths, opportunities, and positive outcomes in an effort to create an affirmative Vision for the future of Catholic schools. One of the primary recommendations of the Commission was to create a national endowment through which Black Catholics could support Catholic schools for future generations. The National Black Catholic Congress Catholic Education Foundation was established with this mission in mind.

National Black Sisters' Conference

Established in August 1968, the National Black Sisters' Conference (NBSC) is an inclusive organization of Black Catholic Women Religious and Associates from across the United States. Its' purpose is to strive to provide ongoing communication and dialogue that focuses on the education and support of African American women religious. The overall organizational mission is to foster education and support of African American women religious toward an effective ministry; support education toward community control of African American communities; provide training in community organization and development; develop religious education and spirituality from an African American perspective; and identify African American women religious throughout the United States. website:

National Catholic Community Foundation (NCCF)

Philanthropy is a ministry. And like all ministries, it enriches both the giver and the receiver. This belief motivated our co-founders to create NCCF, and it is for this reason that NCCF offers individuals an array of services to help them become more effectively engaged in philanthropy. NCCF serves donors. We are not fund raisers. We exist to provide donors funding options that enable them to become involved in lasting and creative ways in support of charitable works.

As a community foundation, we comprise a pool of perpetual, individually created funds consisting of:

  • Donor-Advised Funds, where the donors retain the right to advise us on which charities should receive distributions;
  • Donor-Designated Funds, where the fund is established to provide perpetual support for a charity designated by the donor;
  • Field-of-Interest funds, where the donor sets up the fund to support area of interest such as Catholic education, the retired religious, etc.

NCCF has several distinguishing characteristics: First, we have a Catholic ethic. Our Board of Trustees consists of lay Roman Catholic men and women. Through us, donors can benefit charitable activities that reflect the Gospel, whether these activities serve the ministry of the Catholic Church, specifically, or the larger community. Second, we are national and can arrange for funding charities anywhere within the United States and, under certain circumstances, anywhere in the world. Third, in our perpetual funds, the role of advisor can be passed on indefinitely. Consequently, succeeding generations of one family can remain active in the family's fund. Our structure fosters a culture of accountability, credibility, and integrity. As a publicly-supported charitable institution, we manage financial resources in an ethical manner so that donated funds are used for their intended purposes.

The National Cancer Institute

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is the federal government's main agency for cancer research and training. The goal of the NCI is to eliminate suffering and death due to cancer. NCI focuses on the cause, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Encouraging African Americans to eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day as part of a healthy active lifestyle that reduces their risk for diet related diseases is a major priority for NCI as part of its' commitment to reducing health disparities. NCI's National 5 A Day for Better Health Program has focused a substantial portion of its efforts on encouraging African Americans to eat more fruits and vegetables for better health. Visit the 5 A Day website to learn more about these efforts, and to download free brochures, articles, and other educational tools.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

Get Help Now. Our highly trained expert advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. The Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse. Resources and help can be found by calling 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or for Deaf callers on video phone 1-855-812-1001 (Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. PST) or TTY 1-800-787-3224. If it's not safe for you to call, or if you don't feel comfortable doing so, another option for getting direct help is our chat services here on the site. You'll receive the same one-on-one, real-time, confidential information from a trained advocate as you would on the phone. You can chat here on our website everyday from 7 a.m.-2 a.m. CST.

The National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry

The National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry participates in the mission of the Catholic Church by advocating for and supporting Catholic youth ministry on the national, diocesan, and local level. As a professional organization of affiliated dioceses and collaborating members, they:

  • advocate for the role and needs of young people in the Church and in society and promote the role of the Church and the Gospel in the lives of young people.
  • promote a comprehensive approach to youth ministry as articulated in Renewing the Vision.
  • provide leadership, resources, services, and conferences for the education and formation of diocesan leaders, youth ministers, and young people.
  • support diocesan youth ministry leaders and collaborating members.
  • dialogue and collaborate with the U.S. Catholic Bishops and national leadership organizations for the promotion of youth ministry and the professional development of church leaders.

For more information visit:

The National Service Committee for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal

Catholic Charismatic Renewal of the United States

The Vision Statement of the National Service Committee

Catholic Charismatic Renewal invites all people to experience the Holy Spirit who opens us to a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ and the love of the Father. The Holy Spirit empowers us for personal holiness, renewed Catholic life, and evangelization.

Mission Statement

The mission of the National Service Committee is to foster the dynamic grace of baptism in the Holy Spirit (Acts 1:5) which empowered the members of the early Church at Pentecost.

The NSC accomplishes this by:

Proclaiming the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the love of the Father in the power of the Holy Spirit which leads to the renewal of the grace and culture of Pentecost.

Encouraging the awareness and the experience of the full role of the Holy Spirit among Catholic Charismatic Renewal groups and ministries, with the goal of reminding the Church to be fully conscious of this role.

National Women's Prison Project

The National Women's Prison Project (NWPP) was established in 2003, after seeing the needs of women who have experienced the criminal justice system being yet unmet in the community. There were several agencies that provided one or two essential services, but not one that attempted to address the needs using a holistic model. With the ever increasing number of females now being incarcerated, NWPP focuses on the gender based needs while providing on-going support, both inside of correctional facilities and on the outside.

NWPP MISSION is to provide comprehension, holistic reentry / survival skills and services to women both inside or released from correctional facilities while embracing them with a high level of dignity and respect to fully and successfully engage in life.

NWPP Goal to provide women with assistance and supportive networking resources for a smooth transition and successful reintegration back into their families and the community.

NJ Natural Family Planning Association (NJNFP) - Educating Couples, Nurturing Families

The New Jersey Natural Family Planning Association (NJNFP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization whose mission is to advance cultural awareness of natural family planning (NFP) and the important role it can play in strengthening marriages. is the complete source for NFP: a virtuous, healthy, and effective alternative to contraception and IVF. Modern NFP combines the latest science of fertility awareness with the authentic truths of responsible parenthood taught by the Catholic faith into simple programs that anyone can learn. Unlike the old rhythm method, modern NFP is up to 99% effective when used to postpone pregnancy, and has been shown to be more effective than IVF to help couples achieve pregnancy. Come and discover more at

New Advent

New Advent serves as a Catholic Encyclopedia. It proposes to give its readers full and authoritative information on the entire cycle of Catholic interests, action and doctrine. What the Church teaches and has taught; what she has done and is still doing for the highest welfare of mankind; her methods, past and present; her struggles, her triumphs, and the achievements of her members, not only for her own immediate benefit, but for the broadening and deepening of all true science, literature and art -- all come within the scope of the Catholic Encyclopedia. You may also wish to use Bible Gateway (not a catholic bible resource) which functions like a concordance or index and cross reference it with New Advent. The New American Bible is used by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). For information visit: and

Nuns Life

A Nun's Life Ministry is founded on the belief that each person is called by God to a vocation that enriches the individual and benefits the world. Our ministry is dedicated to helping people discover and grow in their vocation, that is, their life's calling, by engaging their questions about God, faith, and religious life. A Nun's Life Ministry is founded by Sister Julie Vieira, IHM, and Sister Maxine Kollasch, IHM.

Nutrition Data

Since its launch in 2003, Nutrition Data has grown into one of the most authoritative and useful sources of nutritional analysis on the Web. In July 2006, Nutrition Data was acquired by CondéNet, a digital publisher under the Condé Nast Publications umbrella dedicated to editorial excellence. Nutrition Data's continuing goal is to provide the most accurate and comprehensive nutrition analysis available, and to make it accessible and understandable to all.

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