Adult Bible Study at Pope John XXIII

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Dominican Studies - Big Ideas of the Second Vatican Council

The Holy See

United States Coference of Catholic Bishops

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus

Daily Scripture Readings and Meditations 

The Word Among Us - Online Christian Daily Devotion

American Catholic

The Center for Liturgy Sunday Web Site

Sacred Space

National Catholic Reporter

America Magazine

Meet the Angel of the Hour

Bible Gateway - Passage Lookup:  Luke 14:25-26

The Bible Blueprint

Living with Christ 

Pro Life - Anti Abortion Facts and Pro-Life Arguments

STEP at Notre Dame

Care Notes:  One Caring Place

 

50 Anniversary of Second Vatican Council

Each year, we celebrate the Feast Day of Blessed Pope John XXIII. This year, we not only celebrated his feast day, but also the 50th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council.

Upon the request of those in attendence, I am listing some of the referenced readings from the panel discussion.  I am also listing my personal recommended texts in regard to the Second Vatican Council.

A Devoional Peronal Prayer Book:  'Overlook Much Correct a Little:  99 Sayings by John XXIII" edited by Hans-Peter Rothlin.  Published by New City Press.

http://www.newcitypress.com/overlook-much-correct-a-little.html

The book that I personally recommend to learn more about the Second Vatican Council:  "Keys to the Council: Unlocking the Teaching of Vatican II" by Richard R Gaillardetz and Catherine E. Clifford.  Published by Liturgical Press.

 http://www.litpress.org/Detail.aspx?ISBN=9780814633687

Following is the link to Ohio Dominican College which has been holding a series of talks and presentations about the Second Vatican Council.   For more information utilize the following link.

www.dominicanstudies.org/vaticanii

The office of Religious Education and Catechesis recommends that Catholics read both Lumen Gentium and Dei Verbum during the year of faith.  Both of these documents were mentioned during our session.

www.cin.org/v2church.html

www.cin.org/v2revel.html

Another website with good information is:

www.vatican2voice.org

To all parishioners, those who attended and those who could not, I hope you find these references informative and helpful.