Sunday, December 09, 2007

Magisterium Online

Now you have no excuse to say, "I don't know what the Magisterium teaches." The Congregation for Clergy has revamped its website and has launched the BibliaClerus
This program offers Sacred Scripture, its interpretation in light of Sacred Tradition and the teachings of the Magisterium, with appropriate theological commentary and exegesis.
The downloadable version allows you to connect Sacred Scripture to the complete works of many Doctors of the Church, Councils, Encyclicals, teachings of the Popes, Catechisms, as well as commentaries from secular literature, etc.
So, go to it!

4 comments:

DimBulb said...

Awesome!

Argent said...

LOL, Dim. It's not as extensive as your files, though. They've got some catching up to do.

DimBulb said...

Do you think they'd get mad if I sent them some suggestions? They don't have links to the Psalm commentaries that JPII and B16 did.

Argent said...

Dim,

I will have you know, that since your last comment, The Holy See has read this post. Go ahead and send them the links. Tell them Argent sent you. :P