Website Review: CyberFaith Site on which this review was based: http://www.cyberfaith.com
CyberFaith is a Catholic resources start page, with a special focus on catechetics and liturgical content. It is sponsored by the William H. Sadlier publishing company, a major U.S. catechism publisher. The site, as well as the publishing company, places emphasis on providing materials with content that is determined by mainstream U.S. Catholicism rather than by a critical application of official teaching. The result is that the site tends to present a view of Catholicism which over-emphasizes naturalism and social justice concerns.
Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?
First Evaluated: 11/12/2003; Last Updated: 02/04/2014
- Fidelity: Danger!
- Resources: Fair
- Useability: Excellent
- Fidelity: Some of the answers in the Q&A section reveal a misrepresentation of Church teachings. Example(s)
- Fidelity: Much of the material neglects or dilutes the Sacraments and other of the Church's spiritual resources in favor of a naturalistic approach. Example(s)
- Fidelity: The large number of questionable and even unorthodox links included in the "screened" links page shows a complete disregard for fidelity. Example(s)
- Fidelity: The site tends to identify social justice issues as the critical elements for Catholic witness. Example(s)
CategoriesCatholicism > Liturgy
Catholicism > Customs & Devotions
Catholicism > Faith > Scripture
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