Pocket Guides to Media Resources

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Adult Pocket Guide 2016: Religious DVDs for Adult Catholic Parishioners Link  

This Pocket Guide opens the Media Center for individual adults as well as parish groups to borrow religious DVDs free of charge as a resource to grow in their faith and understanding of Jesus Christ and His Church. It includes more than 700 DVDs on the Bible, Jesus, saints, sacraments, doctrine, morality, Church history, prayer and spirituality, conversion and evangelization, science and religion, etc. Media can be ordered through the online booking system at www.reledmediacenter.com or by phoning 314-792-7360. 

2010 Pocket Guide: Supplement to the Elementary Religion Curriculum Standard Link
2014 Pocket Guide Dictionary of DVDs for Elementary Catechesis Link

These two Pocket Guides present over 500 selections each from the Primary, Intermediate and Junior High Media Catalog, with the 2014 edition focusing on new DVDs and the original 2010 edition including video-cassettes as well as DVDs.  Both are organized thematically to support the content and goals of the religion curriculum for the elementary level, presenting Jesus Christ and His Church as the source and summit of our Holy Faith.

High School Pocket Guide to Media Resources 2011: Courses 1-3 Link
High School Pocket Guide to Media Resources 2012: Courses 4-6 Link
High School Pocket Guide to Media Resources 2015: Elective Courses A-E Link

These three Pocket Guides supplement the required and elective courses presented by the USCCB Doctrinal Elements of Curriculum Framework for High School Religion Courses. Courses 1-3 cover Revelation, Jesus Christ. And His Mission; Courses 4-6 cover Church, Sacraments, and Morality. Elective courses A-E cover Sacred Scripture, History of the Catholic Church, Catholic Social Teaching, Vocations, and Ecumenical and Interreligious Issues.