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Interested in resources to help in the areas of catechism, prayer, married life, discipline or other aspects of intellectual, religious, and human formation? Find here an ever expanding list of helpful resources for Catholic parents.
MARRIpedia is an online social science encyclopedia on all matters related to family, marriage, religion, and sexuality. It synthesizes and translates the work of myriad social scientists into concise, issue-specific entries that are intelligible to the lay reader. As research continues to emerge on the intricate relationships of family and religion within society, MARRIpedia continuously consolidates that research in pertinent entries.
Since its inception, CERC has been compiling an Internet resource library and publishing a weekly E-Letter made up of the most compelling and convincing articles we can find on the big issues in the faith and culture category.
How do Faith and Reason go together? What does science really tell us about God? The mission of the Magis Center is "to provide a comprehensive and rational response to today's 'secular myths'." Under the direction of Fr. Robert Spitzer S.J. Ph.D, the Magis Center does this through restoring, reconstructing, and revitalizing belief in God, the transcendent dignity of the human person, the significance of virtue, the higher levels of happiness, love, and freedom, and the real presence of Jesus Christ. They are finding lost sheep and returning them to the Good Shepherd.
Dr. Ray is great for helping parents navigate the difficulties of parenting. Common sense advice from a faithful father of ten, clinical psychologist, and author.
Parents LEAD (Listen, Educate, Ask, Discuss) is an evidence-based underage drinking prevention program targeting parents through statewide, web-based communication. The program is designed to help parents…
Bishop Robert Barron is the founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. A prolific speaker, teacher, and author, bishop Barron is one of the greatest resources for Catholics today to navigate the the sometimes rough waters between faith and public life and culture. His wonderful blog, homilies, and videos are a treasure trove of easily digestible religious formation materials.