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Useful web resources

    • Canada's leading Aboriginal communications provider includes Windspeaker, Alberta Sweetgrass, Saskatchewan Sage, Raven's Eye, AMS and CFWE-FM radio.
    • This homepage is the home of three different projects, all of which are trying to help people deal better with conflict -- from the interpersonal to the international. Two of these projects, Beyond Intractability (BI) and CR Info (The Conflict Resolution Information Source) are large knowledge bases, now combined into one, containing 1000s of theoretical and practical essays, case studies, audio interviews, and other materials written over a period of 20 years by about 400 conflict experts, both scholars and practitioners. The second and newest project here is Moving Beyond Intractability (MBI).
    • A scholarly site of the national Catholic society promoting interest in the Canadian Catholic Church.
    • This assortment of links and articles, mainly about Catholic Church history, is posted by Spring Hill College, a Jesuit school in Alabama.
    • The CNS documentary service delivering important church texts fast and accurately for over 25 years. Origins is a documentary service brought to you by CNS. The documentation you find in Origins ranges from encyclicals, speeches and other papal messages to pastoral letters by the bishops; from diocesan policy statements to current research to speeches in the news on public policy, liturgy, social justice, the parish, the family, ministries and much more.
    • Online discussions, links, news items and research articles reflecting interdisciplinary work in academic theology, and an ecumenical orientation and dialogue with other religions.
    • The Internet History Sourcebooks Project, located at Fordham University - the Jesuit University of New York, is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts (ancient, medieval, modern) presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use.
    • The Medieval Architecture Online Teaching Project is a collaborative web site developed under the auspices of the Media Center for Art History, Archaeology and Historic Preservation and the Department of Art history and Archaeology at Columbia University. A group of distinguished medieval architectural historians have contributed material in their fields of specialization. Additional digital resources have been developed by the Media Center for Art History to enhance this learning environment for both teachers and students.
    • The Monastery, located in New Mexico, was founded in 1964. The monks follow Benedictine spiritual tradition. The website is attractive and offers daily prayers for contemplation. A non-intrusive way to explore the monastery.
    • The North American Patristics Society is a scholarly organization dedicated to the study of the history, literature, and theology of ancient Christianity. Founded in 1970, the Society welcomes a diversity of disciplinary and methodological approaches and invites the participation of scholars at all stages of their careers; NAPS boasts a large and active graduate student membership.
    • Your guide to online Papal and other official documents of the Catholic Church.
    • Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related technologies today.
    • The official website of the Holy See.

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