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St. Joseph Marello

The Oblates of St. Joseph are a religious order of priests and brothers founded by St. Joseph Marello in 1878. It was his inspiration to gather together a group of young men who desired to consecrate themselves to the love and service of Jesus in imitation of St. Joseph.

New American Bible

Sacred Scripture can be read via this on line version of the New American Bible which has a Table of Contents listing easy to use links directly to book, chapter and verse. Daily Readings and Psalms for the Month can also be found on this site. This site posts only the reading listed in the official Liturgical Calendar for the United States (document in PDF format). The Vatican web site New American Bible is also available.

Douay-Rheims Bible

You can read Sacred Scripture via this on line version of the Douay-Rheims Bible, which has a Table of Contents listing easy to use links directly to book, chapter and verse. This English translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible precedes the New American Bible and is the preference of many traditional scholars.

The Latin Vulgate Bible is the "official" Bible of the Catholic Church. The Douay-Rheims Bible is the classic, time-honored and only faithful English translation of the Latin Vulgate.

Catechism of the Catholic Church

For this Year of Faith, Pope Benedict XVI has encouraged you to study and reflect on the Catechism of the Catholic Church. You can use the preceeding sentence CCC link or select the image at left to access the entire catechism along with a compendium.

If you prefer, you can use flocknote to enter your e-mail address and – beginning October 11, 2012 – you will receive a little bit of the CCC via e-mail to you every morning. Read that little bit every day and you will read the whole catechism in a year.

Fathers for Good

A web site devoted to fatherhood themes is the newest venture of the Knights of Columbus

The site, Fathers for Good, offers resources, tools and encouragement for men. It includes practical advice on a range of topics including faith, finances, spirituality, health and parenting. The interactive site also includes short video clips, podcasts and a forum where fathers can gather to discuss parenting concerns. In conjunction with Fathers for Good, the Order is publishing a series of booklets on fatherhood and family life.

The Saint Joseph Series

The St. Joseph Series of booklets is part of a new Knights of Columbus outreach to men called Fathers for Good. The topics of the series cover prayer, manly virtues, saintly models and practical advice and guidance for today's fathers. The goal is to equip and inspire men to face the challenges of daily life at work and at home , and to bring them closer to their faith and their families.

Vatican - The Holy See

The Vatican — The Holy See is the resource for all things Catholic. Access to official Church documents, such as the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Documents of the II Vatican Council, etc. and explanation of various Church teachings are available at this web site.

Diocese of Scranton

The Diocese of Scranton is organized with four (4) Pastoral Regions covering eleven (11) counties of Pennsylvania. The Josephite-Marellian Lay Association meets in Hazleton, PA, which is in the Eastern Pastoral Region (Reverend John C. Lambert, V.E., Episcopal Vicar), Southern Luzerne Deanery (Reverend Michael J. Piccola,, Dean).

Most Rev. Joseph C. Bambera, D.D., J.C.L. Bishop of Scranton urges everyone to support Diocesan Annual Appeal "Serve One Another" (1 Peter 4:10). The official journal of the Diocese of Scranton is The Catholic Light.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

The mission of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is to support the ministry of bishops with an emphasis on evangelization, by which the bishops exercise in a communal and collegial manner certain pastoral functions entrusted to them by the Lord Jesus of sanctifying, teaching, and governing.



EWTN, Global Catholic Network

When Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) was launched on August 15, 1981, many felt there would be little demand for a Catholic network. Now, in its 32nd year, EWTN has become the largest religious media network in the world, transmitting programming 24 hours a day to more than 148 million homes in 140 countries and territories on more than 4,800 cable systems, wireless cable, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS), low power TV and individual satellite users.

The brown EWTN icon image above provides access to the EWTN web site where you will find a wealth of information about the Catholic faith and a world wide community of people like yourself.


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