Resources

 

 

For Pregnancy Resources in the Syracuse Diocese click here.

Grief Resources

On the Formed platform: Online series called, Grieving with Great Hopehttps://watch.formed.org/grieving-with-great-hope
 
 Dealing with the Loss of a Loved One (attached).  Original article from Ascension Church in Melbourne, FL: here
 
Coping with A Suicide, downloadable booklet from the Knights of Colombus: https://www.kofc.org/un/en/resources/cis/cis325.pdf
 
For those who have lost a child, visit https://www.redbird.love/.  The Syracuse Diocese has additional resources on our page at: https://www.syracusediocese.org/offices/familyrespect-life/

Catholic Counselors

Looking for Catholic counselors?  The Pastoral Solutions Institute at: catholiccounselors.com. offer both Tele-Counseling and Spiritual Direction. Their website includes quizzes, videos and many other resources to assist in the areas of: Marriage and Sexuality, Parenting and Families, Life and Work, and Spirituality.

Visit Chastity.com  for questions about dating, homosexuality, gender identity, sexuality and spirituality.

Catholic Resources

FORMED– for Catholic content on demand.  (Enter zip code 13905 and select St. Thomas Aquinas from the drop down menu.)

Catholic Answers– for honest answers about Catholic faith and beliefs

EWTN– Catholic television network

USCCB– US Conference of Catholic Bishops

Syracuse Diocese– Information from within our diocese

Bio Ethics

National Catholic Bioethics Center– The National Catholic Bioethics Center, established in 1972, conducts research, consultation, publishing, and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences, and it derives its message directly from the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Covid Vaccine Info – Answers to frequently asked questions about the Covid vaccine.

Equality Act
Please see the information below, paraphrased from an action alert from the NCHLA (the lobbying arm of the US Bishops). 
 
As Catholics, we believe that human beings are created in the image and likeness of God and that all deserve to be treated with respect and dignity, free from unjust discrimination.  We also believe that we are created male and female, made for one another.  This bodily reality is not discriminatory!  
 

Act now to oppose the Equality Act to protect churches and schools, Catholic Charities, the unborn, Catholic health care workers, our religious freedom, the safety of single sex schools, colleges, dorms, etc and females in women’s sports!  This is a far reaching, extreme act which will have disastrous implications for people of faith.  

Click here to oppose this legislation. 

Click here for additional information and resources from the USCCB.