'In The Beginning…! A Few References and Resources'
My brother, Lee Joseph Jr., gifted me with the beautiful book “A Light for the World Essays and Reflections on the Papacy of John Paul II”. Lee J’s inscription reads, “Bernadette – to the second most religious sibling in our family!”
The First Age of the Church (33 AD – 330 AD)
Second Age (330 – 660)
Third Age (650 – 1050)
Fourth Age (1050 – 1450)
Fifth Age (1400 – 1789)
Sixth Age (1789 – Present)
www.va.va The Vatican newslink/Vatican Information Service; in my daily emails!
www.zenit.org News galore in the Roman Catholic Church!
‘National Catholic Register’ http://www.ncregister.com/
‘Columbia’ published by the Knights of Columbus www.kofc.org/Columbia
Monastery Greetings Catalog. Products created by Monasteries, Religious Communities & Hermitages. www.MonasteryGreetings.com
NOW ‘the Google!’ However, I like to turn real pages in real books!
DOCTORS OF THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH
Since the thirteenth century, the Catholic Church has bestowed the title “doctor of the Church” on the following men and women.
34. St. John of Avila ( 1500-1569)
35. St. Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)
36. St. Gregory of Narek (951-1003)