How to have denominational web resources at your finger tips

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Mar 30 2015 10:37 PM

1. Be Catholic (okay, I only built a complete Catholic Reading List but there are denominational reading lists for a number of other denominations esp. Lutherans ... and I'll help anyone who wants to set something similar up).

2. Create an appropriate layout for service planning, religious education, sermon preparation ...

3. Go to Tools ==> Bible Reference ==> Reading List and add Reading list to the layout.

4. Select Verbum Links. (see for details of 3 & 4)

5. You now have a layout with a number of websites that may be of use:

6. The current content of the Reading List is shown below - but you can add resources you know that you think would be of common interest ... or you can create a personal reading list with just sites of personal interest to you. The current contents assume interest in (a) Faithlife sites (b) liturgical sites (c) English speaking ecclesial sites (d) sites related to Verbum resources or their authors  I have not yet added major lay organizations.

Verbum links

Reading List


Lectionary and Prayer

Liturgical Minister Aids

Scriptural blogs

Ecclesial sites

Resource author’s sites

Why do all this. Using the shortcut bar achieves the same thing but with limited space and no hierarchy. Using Favorites is not sharable and is not backed up in the Cloud. Using a Reading LIst provides nearly unlimited space, is sharable and is in the cloud so it won't be lost.

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 31 2015 5:25 AM

M.J. I think Faithlife needs to hire you as a content curator. Wink Yes

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