Along this journey from blessing to blessing, you may find the more you know, the more you realize you don't know and as such, questions begin to pop up in your quest to know it all. As with our faith, one of the best ways to learn is to do —to do the research. 

Remember those science projects back in the 7th grade where you had to create your own hypothesis and then do the research? The project probably wasn't assigned to have a 13 year old find an amazing scientific breakthrough! It was more likely assigned to prepare you for the research you would have to do as you continued your journey to high school... then college... and then on. With that in mind, we would like to direct you to some trusted resources that will help you to research your questions. We encourage you to look for the answer first, and then if you just can't find it, feel free to contact us at CIstudentinfo@gmail.com. Also know that at the end of your class there is a fun and interactive Q & A. (Always a highlight of your time at the CI!)

Catholics United for the Faith (CUF), whose ministry is to answer doctrinal questions, is very comprehensive in the topics they cover and faithful to the Church. Go to www.cuf.org and click on faith facts and select a topic. If you are unable to find your exact answer, they offer a service to answer specific faith questions. Under CUF Resources, select Faith Q & A. They have the staff available to answer questions.

Crossroads Initiative has a very extensive library that incorporates a great deal of the writings of the Church Fatehrs.

Great Catholic Reference Websites:

     Catholic.com

     New Advent

     CUF.org 

      Catholics Come Home 

      Crossroads Initiatives Library 

     Vatican.VA