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Church in the Holy Land
Israel and the Church
Messiah of Israel
Torah and Gospel
Portal to Lessons
Part I: Salvation History
Part II: The Catholic Church
The 613 Mitzvot
Liturgy & Prayer (Jewish)
Liturgy & Prayer (Catholic)
Pray for Us
General Jewish websites
Jewish Sacred Literature (HE)
Ma'agar Sifrut haKodesh: The Hebrew Bible, Mishnah, Tosefta, Talmuds, and more (in Hebrew).
Explore Judaism, Jewish holidays spirituality, and what it means to be Jewish
An interactive site (Chabad) that provides basic Jewish literacy information in an easy-to-use format.
Torah, Judaism, and Jewish info.
An encyclopedia of Jewish knowledge, including all the major Jewish texts (in Hebrew).
The Temple Institute
Dedicated to the Holy Temple of Jerusalem and the central role it fulfilled in Israel. NOTE: Catholics for Israel does not endorse the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple.
The English site of Daat (Hebrew). The Hebrew site is much more comprehensive
Early Jewish Writings
Includes Tanakh, Deuterocanonicals, Pseudepigrapha, Philo, Josephus and Talmud.
The only free Jewish encyclopedia on the Internet.
Jewish Virtual Library
Provides information about all facets of Jewish life: Judaism, Jews in the Diaspora, Anti-Semitism, Zionism, the Holocaust, Israel and Jerusalem, Israel's Wars, Jewish holidays, Who is a Jew?
Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Judaism for more than 10 years!
The Orthodox Union
A great resource on contemporary orthodox Jewish observance.
Your Torah Cyberspace Center - reaching thousands each week with our Jewish educational material.
MyJewishLearning.com is the leading transdenominational website of Jewish information and education. The site offers thousands of articles on all aspects of Judaism and Jewish life and is geared toward adults of all ages and backgrounds, from novice learners to experienced learners.
The Center for Online Judaic Studies
The Center for Online Judaic Studies (COJS) has spent the last couple of years compiling the sources which make up the story of the Jewish people. The material encompasses primary sources, newspaper articles, artifacts, images, maps, videos, bibliographies, secondary sources and websites.
Jewish news, blogs, and Judaica
Online Resources for the Study of Rabbinic Literature
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