May the Word of God Enlighten You!

Catholic Resources
for
Bible, Liturgy, Art, and Theology
May Christ Be Your Nourishment!
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CONTENTS:

BIBLICAL RESOURCES

Johannine Literature
Revelation & Apocalyptic
The Four Evangelists
Evangelists' Symbols
Biblical & Religious Art
Biblical Publishers

Amazon.com aStore

Catholic Lectionary
Liturgy of the Hours
Roman Catholic Mass
Church Documents: Bible

The BOTH/AND Approach

Ecclesial Formation

Ancient Rome: Images
Impressions of Italy
Ancient Blindness

Jesuit Links
Reciprocal Links
Miscellaneous Links
Web-Publishing Tools
Personal Info & Interests
My Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught

Contact Info:
Rev. Felix Just, S.J.

Loyola Institute for Spirituality
480 S. Batavia St.

Orange, CA 92868-3907

Phone: 714-997-9587 x28
Email: fjust--at--calprov.org
( replace --at-- with @ )
 

Copyright Info:
Copyright © 1998--2013
by Felix Just, S.J.
 
 
AMDG: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (Motto of the Jesuits)
St. Ignatius of Loyola,
Founder of the Jesuit Order
(painting by Rev. Michael Tang)

 

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Welcome!

This website contains a variety of materials, mostly related to biblical and liturgical studies, intended for scholars, teachers, students, pastors, believers, seekers, and others.  Many pages contain my own writings and photographs, some were created by my students, and some are collections of links to other websites.

Although I am a Roman Catholic priest and have taught mostly in Catholic institutions, I hope that these materials are academically reliable and pastorally adaptable enough to be useful for many other Christians and non-Christians as well.

Please feel free to use any of my own materials for your own study or teaching purposes, subject to the conditions listed on my copyright page.  I hope you enjoy and benefit from these pages!

Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D.
Loyola Institute for Spirituality


New Audio CD-Programs:
(each with a Written Study Guide)

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The New Testament: A Guided Tour (36 topics)

The Lectionary: A Treasure for Liturgy and Prayer (18 topics)

What Is Faith? Gift, Mystery, Life! (12 topics)

For "Lectionary Year A":
A Retreat with the Gospel of Matthew
(12 conferences)

A Retreat with the Gospel of Mark (12 conferences)

A Retreat with the Gospel of Luke (12 conferences)

A Retreat with the Gospel of John (15 conferences)

all authored by Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D. – published by "Now You Know Media"

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Featured Parts
of This Website:

Electronic New Testament Educational Resources

  • Electronic New Testament Educational Resources - A growing collection of materials appropriate for beginning and advanced students, teachers, pastors, and others interested in the study of the Bible.
     
  • The Johannine Literature Web - a wide variety of original materials and links to support research and teaching of the Fourth Gospel and the Letters of John.
     
  • Biblical and Religious Art and Music - several collections of online art works and music groups related to the Bible (some on my website and some links to other sites); featuring copyright-free biblical woodcuts by Gustave Doré (1832-1883), Christian Symbols by Rudolf Koch (1876-1934), and Illustrations of Gospel Stories (1593) by Jerome Nadal, S.J.
     
  • Ancient Rome: Images and Pictures and Impressions of Italy: Cities, Churches, Art - several webpages of photos that I took in Rome, Ostia, Naples, Pompeii, Assisi, Florence, Padua, Pisa, Ravenna, Siena, Spello, etc.
     
  • Jesuit Websites and Resources - a list of several websites sponsored by or related to the Society of Jesus.
     
  • The Roman Catholic Mass - an introduction to the "Order of Mass," with the full texts of all the parts spoken by the congregation, and some brief explanations to help you better understand and participate in the Eucharistic Liturgy of the Church.
     
  • The Roman Catholic Lectionary for Mass - comprehensive tables comparing and analyzing several different editions of the Lectionary.
     
  • The Liturgy of the Hours - tables listing all the psalms, canticles, and biblical readings contained in the four-week Psalter and the rest of the Liturgy of the Hourse. - NEW SECTION
     
  • Online Resources for Ministry Formation - a collection of materials useful for the initial and/or ongoing formation of priests, deacons, and lay ecclesial ministers
     
  • Resources for the Study of Religion and Theology - a collection of introductory materials for understanding what religion and theology are, including overviews of the three main "Western Religions": Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

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Lectionary Cycles:

2014 is Liturgical Year A, with Sunday Gospel readings mostly from Matthew
2015 will be Liturgical Year B, with Sunday Gospel readings mostly from Mark
2016 will be Liturgical Year C, with Sunday Gospel readings mostly from Luke

The 2014 Liturgical Year began on the First Sunday of Advent, Dec. 1, 2013
Easter Sunday will be April 20, 2014
Pentecost Sunday
will be June 8, 2014


Disclaimer:

The content of this website is solely the responsibility of Rev. Felix Just, S.J., and does not necessarily represent the Society of Jesus or any other entity of the Roman Catholic Church - although I hope that none of my own writings are contrary to the doctrines of faith and morals as proposed by the Magisterium of the Church or to the truths of God as contained in the Holy Scriptures.

Links provided from this website to other websites do not imply agreement or approval of anything on the other sites, but are provided mainly for purposes of academic research, ecumenical cooperation, and/or inter-religious dialogue. Nothing on this website is intended to give offense to any other persons, groups, nations, or institutions. Please contact me if you feel otherwise.

PROGRAMS:

My main ministry is providing
adult biblical education,
faith-formation programs,
and
biblical/spiritual retreats
throughout the Southwest
and beyond, through the
Loyola Institute for Spirituality

in Orange, CA. I'm currently serving as
Executive Director of LIS,
and also teaching in the
Catholic Bible Institute
Diocese of Orange, CA

I'm available to lead programs
on a wide variety of topics,
in various lengths and formats:
evening talks, weekend
workshops, days of prayer,
retreats, missions, etc.,
for parishes, schools, dioceses,
religious groups, and others.
Please contact me
to schedule future programs.


Upcoming Presentations:
The following are open to the public;
please follow the links for more info
:


Parish Mission: Learning from
Jesus in Matthew's Gospel
April 6-12, 2014
Mon-Wed: English
Thurs-Sat: Spanish/Espanol

Our Mother of Sorrows Church
Tucson, AZ

Holy Week Retreat
April 13-20, 2014

Holy Spirit Retreat Center
Encino, CA

Hearts on Fire Awards Dinner
Sun., May 4, 2014
Turnip Rose Celebrations
Costa Mesa, CA

Spirituality of Pope Francis
Sat., May 10, 2014
Archdiocese of Regina
Saskatchewan, Canada

Course on Spirituality
June 16-18, 2014
Summer Pastoral Institute
Diocese of Orange, CA

 


Click here for a list of
Past Presentations and Events

 


This website was started in October 1998 and last updated on April 3, 2014
Copyright © 1998--2014 by Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D.


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