14 October 2009

Coffee Bowl Browsing (Ecumenical Edition)

A few Zen stories to boggle the mind (I mean, boggle the No-Mindedness)

A Catholic guide for praying in the workplace

Bible research tools

A Christian think-tank with lots of links

Huge database on Christian topics of interests

Christian cartoons

Multilingual Bible translations in MP3 format (audio)

Everything you ever wanted to know about the catacombs of Rome

Lots and lots of free Christian images for download

More Christian clipart

Persecution of the Church worldwide

Have we gotten Jesus wrong?  (article)

Free interlinear Greek/Hebrew Bible software and a site for Biblical Greek

Christian penpals

The Official Peter Kreeft website (Dr. Kreeft is a Catholic philosopher): fixed

What do our Protestant brothers and sisters hear from the pulpit?

The story of the Shroud of Turin

Invitation to Prayer (Anglican)

The Real Presence of the Lord in the Eucharist

Reading the Word of God with the Church


  1. Speaking of the Shroud of Turin, the BBC had an EXCELLENT documentary earlier this year on it: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4FF1A931103EF0FE&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL

    (It was also up on HD, but it's since been taken down)



  2. templariidvm11:55 AM

    IN the Harper's article, the statistics regarding charitable giving DO NOT square with a single study I have read in the last ten years. I think his numbers are wrong. I question his source - if he had one. To be so inaccurate, it must have been a U.N. poll.

  3. His numbers only include developmental aid to countries, not overall charitable contributions. I agree, too, that the numbers don't make sense. One of the polls is from the UN and another from an "independent" think tank. (See http://www.commondreams.org/headlines05/0104-13.htm.)