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Internet Resources

Inspiration, spirituality, and faith
 Buddhist education and resource/information network.
Catholic Social Teaching 
This web site of the   Office of Social Justice/Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, offers official documents   on  the Church's social teaching. One can find easy access to major themes of social teaching documents of the last century and notable quotations.
Founded in 1933 by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin, the Catholic Worker movement is best known for its "houses of hospitality" which serve the material needs of the poor. Catholic Workers are committed to living simply, nonviolently, and in community. In addition to carrying out the Church's works of mercy, many Catholic Workers are also actively engaged in resisting structural racism and militarism.
Encyclopedia of Religion and Society 
Provides a summary of the insights gained by the principal social sciences of religion: anthropology, psychology, and sociology. Many entries of various lengths on all things related to religion and society.
Interfaith Family offers resources & services for interfaith couples and families exploring Jewish life.
Jewish Learning 
 Web site devoted to teaching Judiasm  - includes information on Jewish culture, beliefs, practices, history, and sacred texts.
Judaism 101 
 Judaism 101 is an online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs.
List of Popes 
A list of popes from St. Peter (32-67) to Pope Francis (2013 -)
Need to Know? Islam Restricted Resource Some full text available
The aim of this book is to explain the principles of Islam and to show how Muslims strive to bring God-consciousness (taqwa) into every area of their daily lives.
Parliament of World Religions
The first Parliament of World Religions was held in Chicago in 1893, an event considered to be the formal beginning of interreligious dialogue. The organization brings together those in both the eastern and western religious traditions to work for peace, justice, and sustainability.
United States Institute for Peace 
Religion and peacemaking web links
Urban Dharma - Buddhism in America
VIdeos, podcasts, articles on all aspects of Buddhism, including Buddhist-Catholic dialogue
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 
PBS award winning program. News coverage and analysis of religion, faith, and ethics. A review of national and international news pertaining to religion.
The Qur'an 
 Online Qur'an Resources