There are a large number of resources pertinent to the Catholic Church on the Internet. The Librarian's Guide to Catholic Resources on the Internet covers these specifically, including e-texts, websites relating to doctrine and practice, e-resources such as calendars of the liturgical year, missals, and more. This unique resource consists of chapters which together cover every aspect of Catholic resources on the Internet. Separate chapters on Catholic history, traditional Catholicism, general Catholic doctrines, texts and saints are joined by considerations of Catholic churches on the internet, Catholic organizations, databases, calendars, missals, and liturgical documents as well as Catholic art and a section on further reading.
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Karl Bridges is Assistant Librarian at Idaho State University, and a trained historian with experience in academic research libraries as a reference librarian working in collection development, reference public services, and technology. Karl is professionally active as a member of various professional librarian associations, and has served as a book review editor and editorial reader for academic journals. He has published a number of books, including Expectations of Librarians in the 21st Century, and 100 Great American Novels You Should Have Read but (probably) Didn't.
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