Below are links to Catholic organizations that you may find helpful.
St. Joseph Parish
Visit the website of our sister parish, St. Joseph Parish at www.saintjosephduquesne.org. You'll find many resources and information about parish news and events.
Protecting God's Children Workshops
All volunteers are required to attend this 3-hour training course that teaches how to recognize and prevent child abuse. Anyone over 18 may attend free of charge. Click here to view a list of upcoming sessions in your area.
Catholic Men's Fellowship of Pittsburgh
The National Fellowship of Catholif Men (NFCM) and the Catholic Men's Fellowship of Pittsburgh (CMFPitt) have joined forces to bring you this audio reflection of the upcoming Sunday Mass Readings. The reflection is from the perspective of Catholic male spirituality. They are also pleased to collaborate with other Catholic Men's ministries to reach Catholic men throughout the United States with these podcasts. Click here to subscribe to this weekly podcast.
Talk about a warehouse of information! Visit Catholic-Pages.com for discussion forums, answers to your questions about pretty much anything Catholic, a Catholic Search Engine, recommended books, e-postcards, seasonal info and much, much more! You can even make them your start page!
Moments With God
Talented web artist Reata Strickland brought us "Interview With God." Visit her new Website, "Moments With God."
www.AmericanCatholic.org is a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of St. John the Baptist Province, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. The Franciscan Friars are a Roman Catholic order founded by Saint Francis of Assisi. The mission of OnceCatholic.org is to put you back in touch with a face-to-face community of Catholics. Along the way, we want to walk with you as you sort through your issues with the Church. Visit their website to find out more and browse all the useful resources!
Visit www.disciplesnow.com, a place where JUST TEENS can explore faith issues, ask your questions and find answers, develop your understanding of Catholicism and gain direction for living a faith-filled life.
FIRE: A Catholic Alliance of Fire Intercession Repentance and Evangelism
FIRE is a Catholic alliance of Faith, Intercession, Repentance and Evangelism. The foundational scripture verse for FIRE is from the Gospel of Luke 12:49 which states: "I have come to cast fire on the earth; and would that it were already set ablaze." FIRE serves to strengthen Catholics, to help them live out their Christian lives in a faith-filled, vibrant and confident way. Visit www.fireministry.org to learn more.
Diocese of Pittsburgh
The Official Website of the Diocese of Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik. Visit www.diopitt.org for more information.
Scripture from Scratch
Scripture from Scratch Archives. Read past issues you may have missed here or in church. Visit www.americancatholic.com/newsletters to get caught up on past newsletters.
A Different Scriptural Meditation for Each Day . Take just a minute today. Visit www.americancatholic.com/features to learn more.
Visit www.catholicegreetings.org to send your friends a Catholic E-Greeting today! It's fun and best of all it's FREE! Brighten someone's day TODAY!
Retrouvaille: A Lifeline for Married Couples
Retrouvaille is the name of a program designed to help heal and renew marriages. The word Retrouvaille, simply means 'rediscovery'. The program offers the chance to rediscover yourself, your spouse, and a loving relationship in your marriage. Visit www.retrouvaille.org to learn more.
Visit www.marriagebuilders.com to be introduced to some of the best ways to overcome marital conflicts and some of the quickest ways to restore love. Dr. Willard F. Harley, Jr. has saved thousands of marriages from the pain of unresolved conflict and the disaster of divorce. His successful approach to building marriages can help you build yours.
www.familyfirst.net - Your online resource for marriage, parenting, fatherhood, and family life.
Christians in Recovery
Almost everyone has the need to recover from or overcome something in their lives. Christians in Recovery, Inc. (CIR) is an organization dedicated to mutual sharing of strength and hope as we live each day in recovery. We work to regain and maintain balance and order in our lives through active discussion of the 12 Steps, the Bible, and experiences in our own recovery from abuse, family dysfunction, depression, anxiety, grief, relationships and/or addictions of alcohol, drugs, food, pornography etc. Visit www.christians-in-recovery.com to learn more.