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Some useful sites for Christian formation.

Here there are some links to the sites related to the themes of Catholic Church, Inuit, Nunavut, and more general, that we find interesting and useful. The choice is subjective of course!

Catholic Church

The Holy See
This is official site of Vatican Holy See. Contains official documents of the Catholic Church. First reference for anybody searching information about catholic doctrine. Available in several languages.

OMI World
The main site of the Congregation of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI). Good source of Oblate-referred topics, including latest informations as well as the Oblate spirituality. Contains links to many Oblate sites around the world.

OMI Lacombe Canada 

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops 

Catechism of the Catholic Church 


The Catholic Register 

Catholic News Agency 

EWTN Global Catholic Network 

Salt and Light Television 

Saint of the Day 

Catholic Online 

St. Therese of Lisieux 

Catholic Digest Quiet Moment 

Catholics on the net
This site contains latest news concerning the Catholic Church as well as many topics related to catholic life. Is updated often and offers real variety of themes.

Mikilaaq Centre, Arviat
The Mikilaaq Centre is owned and operated by the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of Churchill-Hudson Bay. Presently three voluteers with the diocese work full time at the Centre and oversee all programs and projects.

Our Lady of the Assumption
The web site of the Roman Catholic Parish in the capital of Nunavut - Iqaluit. The pastoral team of the Mariannhill Missionaries Institute invites to discover the past and present of the Cathilic ministry in Iqaluit.

Aboriginal People

Aboriginal Canada Portal
A place to begin with for somebody searching information on Canada's Aboriginal People.

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
One of the major Inuit organizations. It's goal is to represent the rights of the Inuit at the national level, and to improve living conditions for Inuit economically and socially.