A picture of St. Peter's Basilica has the words "Holy See" written in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese. Click to choose the preferred language for navigating the web site, which is composed of six major sections: The Holy Father, The Roman Curia, News Services, Jubilee 2000, Archive, and the Vatican Museums. Also, a search engine is always available allowing for searches by word, phrase or theme.
|The Catechism of the Catholic Church|
This catechism aims at presenting the essential and fundamental contents of Catholic doctrine, as regards both faith and morals, in the light of the Second Vatican Council and the whole of the Church's Tradition. Its principal sources are the Sacred Scriptures, the Fathers of the Church, the liturgy, and the Church's Magisterium. It is intended to serve "as a point of reference for the catechisms in various countries".
|The Archdiocese of Boston|
The Archdiocese of Boston Web Site is an official publication of the Archdiocesan Office of Communications. It contains information related to the offices and ministries of the Archdiocese, background information on the Archdiocese, and current communications from Cardinal Law and the Office of Communications.
|The University of Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842, is an independent, national, Catholic university located at Notre Dame, Indiana, adjacent to the city of South Bend and approximately 90 miles southeast of Chicago. On campus, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the 14-story Hesburgh Library with its 132-feet-high mural depicting Christ the Teacher, and the University's 117-year-old Main Building with its famed Golden Dome are among the most widely known university landmarks in the world.
|The Boston College Viewbook|
Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Jesuits to serve the sons of Boston's Irish immigrants. Today a coeducational, university on 200 acres in Chestnut Hill, Boston College may seem a world apart from the small school in the crowded heart of Boston that was its first home. Through 13 decades of growth and change, however, Boston College has held fast to the Jesuit ideals that inspired its founders.
|The Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
Massachusetts, located in the heart of New England, is the region's most populous state. Lively urban areas, picturesque seaside communities, and tiny rural towns offer a unique ambiance which each year attracts many new residents.
|The City of Woburn |
The City of Woburn occupies 13.1 miles of the Fells Upland and is a suburban industrial city located along the upper Mystic Valley. Incorporated in 1642, Woburn became an early manufacturing center, tanning leather and making shoes.
| Massachusetts Regional Directory|
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