Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Sandro Magister’s list of sites on Churches and religions

Sorry for the huge gap in posting. Pretty much from January through the end of March was laid up with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) and hospitalized for 7 days in early March. Ray Marshall

Sandro Magister’s list of sites on Churches and religions

Resource page updated April 3, 2012. With two new additions: "Doctrina fidei," with all of the documents of the congregation for the doctrine of the faith, and the CCEO, the code of canons of the Eastern Churches

> The Bible
. Text and hypertext of the Hebrew-Christian Sacred Scriptures.

> Nova Vulgata. The Bible in Latin, in the revised official version based on Saint Jerome's translation.

> Documenta Catholica Omnia. A gold mine of 20,000 texts by popes, councils, fathers, and doctors of the Church. In their original versions and translations.

> Holy See. The official site of the pope and his curia. News, speeches, travels, documents.

> Doctrina fidei. All of the documents of the congregation for the doctrine of the faith

> Vatican City. The pontifical state as it is today. Institutions, services, monuments.

> Vatican Museums. Tours, Exhibitions, events.

> Dioceses and bishops. The who's who of the Catholic hierarchy in the world. Edited by David M. Cheney.

> Cardinals. The who's who of red hats, indexed from 1605. Edited by Salvador Miranda.

> Catechism of the Catholic Church. The full-length edition of the Catechism.

> Code of Canon Law. The laws that govern the Latin Catholic Church.

> CCEO. The code that regulates the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches .

> Documents of the II Vatican Council. The constitutions, declarations, decrees of the great assembly.

> The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. The most up-to-date research studies on the public role of religion. From Washington, directed by Luis Lugo.

> Aid to the Church in Need. An organization founded by Fr. Werenfried van Straaten. With an annual report on religious liberty, country by country.

> Caritas Internationalis. A network of Catholic relief organisations, in more than 200 countries.

> Latin America. The portal for Catholics of the subcontinent.

> American Religion Data. Statistics on religions in the U.S.

> USCCB. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

> Ethics and Public Policy Center. The think-tank of George Weigel.

> Acton Institute. The think-tank of Fr. Robert A. Sirico.

> CEI. The Italian bishops’ conference.

> Cultural project. For an encounter between Christianity and modernity. Conceived by Cardinal Camillo Ruini.

> Communion and Liberation. The international website of the movement founded by Fr. Luigi Giussani.

> Opus Dei. Official site of the followers of St. Escrivá de Balaguer.

> Order of Malta. Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta official site.

> Legionaries of Christ. The movement founded by p. Marcial Maciel.

> Focolare. The movement founded by Chiara Lubich.

> Neocatechumenal Way. The Way founded by Kiko Argüello and Carmen Hernández.

> Sant'Egidio. The community directed by Andrea Riccardi.

> Jesuits. The Company of Jesus in the United States.

> Dominicans. The Order of Preachers.

> We Are Church. International movement for married priests, women priests, etc.

> Priestly Society of Saint Pius X. Website of the followers of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.

> Mater Boni Consilii Institute. Fellowship of sedevacantists founded by Fr. M.-L. Guérard des Lauriers.

> Lourdes. The official site of Lourdes.

> Vailankanni. The Lourdes of India.

> World Council of Churches. Forum for the Protestant and Orthodox Christian Churches.

> Ecumenical Patriarchate. The patriarchate of Costantinople.

> Moscow Patriarchate. News and documents on the Russian Orthodox Church.

> Mount Athos. The sacred mountain of Orthodoxy.

> Copts. The Coptic Church of Egypt.

> The Lutheran World Federation. The Churches that sprang from Luther.

> World Alliance of Reformed Churches. Churches of Calvinist character.

> Anglican Communion. Official website of the Anglican Church.

> Baptist World Alliance Association of Baptist Churches.

> World Methodist Council. Federation of Methodist Churches.

> Quakers. The Society of Friends.

> Mormons. Or more properly: the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.

> Jehovah's Witnesses. Official information site of the Witnesses.

> Judaism. A repertory of links on Judaism throughout the world.

> Torah. The Hebrew Bible. Text and commentary for the five books of Moses.

> Custody of the Holy Land. The official website of the Christian sites in Jerusalem and the Middle East.

> The Koran. The holy book of Islam.

> Ismaili Muslims. The website of Aga Khan Network.

> Dalai Lama. Official site of Tibetan Buddhism.

> Falun Dafa. Spiritual movement born in China, with millions of followers.

> CESNUR. Center for Studies on New Religions, directed by Massimo Introvigne.

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