Website Review: Boston Catholic Journal Site on which this review was based: http://www.boston-catholic-journal.com
The Boston Catholic Journal is an online collection of "reflections on life lived authentically in Christ." Though no information is provided regarding the authorship of the articles offered here, or the sponsorship of the site, the content provided speaks volumes on the quality of both. The articles cover a wide variety of topics and are all well-written and thought-provoking. In addition to the articles on general topics, there are also a number of interesting special features, such as Letters from Nuns, Poetry, or Thoughts in Passing. All of these make this site worth an extended visit.
The search engine is especially useful since the resources are difficult to find.
Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?
First Evaluated: 12/01/2005; Last Updated: 02/19/2014
- Fidelity: Excellent
- Resources: Excellent
- Useability: Normal
- Large archive of articles on a variety of topics related to the Faith Resources
- Letters from Nuns Resources
- Poetry Resources
- Sections on Saint Colette and the Venerable Margaret Sinclair Resources
- Catholic Symbolism Resources
- Thoughts in Passing Resources
- Articles available in PDF format Useability
- Search Engine Resources
- Sacred Art Resources
- Audio files, free CDs of Catholic prayers in Latin and English Resources
- Useability: The navigation needs updating and some of the pages are very long
Joseph M. Othi
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