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Assistance & Enrichment
This is an online community that offers Q&A about the Catholic faith. Aleteia is a lay Catholic initiative that took its name from the Greek term “Aletheia” for truth. It is ran by journalists, experts, media managers and bloggers that is updated daily. It is a project of the Foundation for Evangelization through Media (FEM), developed under the patronage of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications and the Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization.
- Magi Theology
St. John Neumann parishioner, author, magician, and speaker David Russell discovered the fascinating correlation between the art of illusion and the truth of Jesus Christ and His Church. There has never been an examination of this topic, true to the teachings of the Catholic Church until now. Enjoy these regularly updated videos which teach Spiritual Truth and fascinate with magical illusions.
- Cursillo in the Knoxville Diocese
- Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Turn a good marriage into a great marriage through the experience and skills taught during a weekend. Provides online information about weekends and when and where they are held.
- The Third Option To Better Marriage
Most struggling couples see two options…painful marriage or divorce. This ongoing group program is for marriage enrichment and crisis intervention. The website gives information about the program and when and where groups meet.
- Engaged Encounter
Website for the Catholic Engaged Encounter in the Diocese of Knoxville includes registration, schedule, contact, and resource information. Engaged couples are encouraged to attend a weekend 3 to 6 months before their wedding.
- Retrouvaille – Healing Marriages
This site provides information about programs for troubled marriages, including a list of upcoming live-in weekend and post-weekend events through Retrouvaille.
- Christian Fatherhood
This site has articles and helpful links about Christian fatherhood. It includes information about St.Joseph Covenant Keepers.
- Couple-to-Couple League (Marriage and Natural Family Planning)
This is the Couple-to-Couple League website. They are promoters of Natural Family Planning. They also sell many excellent books and pamphlets on sexuality. and marriage.
- The Domestic Church – Ideas for Faith Building in Catholic Families
This website provides support to teach families how to live the Catholic faith in their family’s life and build a Catholic culture in the home.
- Marriage Education Source
This site contains research and links to marriage education programs that can help engaged and married couples learn skills needed to sustain their relationship. Programs are offered through religious organizations, community agencies, and healthcare.
- Why Catholic
RENEW International presents Why Catholic? Journey through the Catechism. Why Catholic? is a unique adult faith formation process solidly based on Sacred Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and updated to include citations from the new.
- Marriage Support (U.S. Bishops Site)
For those who want to grow their marriage. A site sponsored by the U.S. Bishops. Pass it on to family and friends.
- Online Seminary Schools
Are you interested in earning a degree in theology or religious studies but not sure where to start? That’s where we come in. Our site offers a wealth of information for students looking to become a clergy member, an ordained minister, religious teacher, pastor, and other related careers. We also connect students to accredited degree programs, making it easy to find the right program that meets their unique needs and goals.
This will take you to the courtyard entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. In the bottom left side of the screen you will see a beige square. Click on it — it is a map of the church with red dots. These red dots are various places inside the church — the blinking red dot on the map is the location where you currently are viewing. Click on any red dot on the map and it will take you to that location. To minimize the map, just click on it.
At each location inside the church, you can look around using the up/down and left/right arrows; the circle with arrow give a 360 degree look around. You can also zoom in using the +/- buttons. (The ? button describes what the various buttons will do.) You should also see a blinking red dot, click on it and it will give a description about that location. To get rid of the description, just click anywhere on the screen. You may also see a grey dot too, click on the grey dot and it will take you to the next location. You can move about the church either by clicking on the grey dots or by using the map and clicking on the red dots.
Locations inside the church include of course Jesus’ tomb, but also location where he was crucified.
The following link is the English website for the church where you can get information about the history of the church and other news. All of these sites are operated by the Franciscan missionaries who take care of the church.
Sanctuary – Holy Sepulchre
The Franciscan’s also produce a short news segment (almost daily) for You Tube.
Here is their website.
News & Catholic Perspective
- Catholic Exchange for News, Mass Readings, and Saint of the Day
This database contains both secular and religious news. It can be used as a start-up page. It also has saint of the day and Mass readings.
- Catholic News Service
This is a Catholic news service. You can sign up to receive free of charge daily news via email.
- Eternal Word Television Network
Lots of good Catholic information. It also contains an online library.
- St. Anthony Messenger online
This site provides reliable information on the Catholic and Christian faith. Much of this comes through the online edition of St. Anthony Messenger, and through catalog of books, videos, audio-cassettes and subscription products.
- Headline Bistro (sponsored by K of C)
Headline Bistro is a service of the Knights of Columbus dedicated to bringing readers the top, daily headlines that Catholics need to know. The website presents the news from the perspective of Catholics who want to know what’s happening in the Church.
- Catholic Internet Service Provider
- SportsUP TODAY
SportsUp Today is an online magazine focused on Catholic athletes. As a multimedia outreach spotlighting the correlation of sports and the Catholic Faith, SportsUp Today is committed to impact the world by connecting the love of the Catholic Faith with the power and passion of sports. SportsUP Today showcases true heroes and role models who are not afraid to stand up for Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church helping bring awareness of faithful athletes, coaches and sports personalities alike.
Parishes, Schools, Mass Times & More
- Diocese of Knoxville
- St. John Neumann Catholic School
- Knoxville Catholic High School
- Traditional Latin Mass
- Mass Times for Many Locations
Find Mass times and locations while traveling.
- U.S. Council of Catholic Bishops
Much information about where the U.S. Catholic church is headed. Quick reference for daily readings, podcasts, and video daily reflections. Catechism and New American Bible on line.
Tradition & Scripture
- Academic Articles of Catholic Interest
This website contains many articles by noted Catholic authors.
- List of Catholic Websites, Articles, and Info on Liturgical Seasons
THis website gives an exhaustive list of Catholic websites. It also reviews each site according to the following criteria: (1) Fidelity to Magesterium, (2) Resources Available, and (3) Useability.
- Catholic Answers to Challenging Questions
This is the Catholic Answers website supporting Catholic apologetics.
- Catholic Encyclopedia and Online Bible
This is a large online database of Catholic topics. It contains a Catholic encyclopedia titled the Summa Theologica, which has information about the Fathers of the Church, includes an online Bible, and other helpful links.
- Catholic Pages/Ref Desk for Church Documents, Multimedia, Websites, and Articles
This database contains a great deal of information about various Catholic topics organized by (1) Church Documents, (2) Multimedia, (3) Websites, and (4) Articles. There is also a discussion/forum page.