THE 1997 CATHOLIC INTERNET DIRECTORY

WASHINGTON DC LISTINGS

Version 3.7, Updated April, 1997

Tim DeRyan, Ed.

Updates to: cath-web@press.smp.org

Monthly updates posted since April, 1995 at The Catholic Internet Directory Site


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The Archdiocese of Washington, DC


Washington DC Parish Directory:
       http://www.catholic-church.org/dioceses/washdc.html

Diocesan Offices:
    Director of the Permanent Diaconate:
        Rev. Mr. William T. Ditewig: archdeacon@msn.com
    Office of Peace and Justice:
     Fr. Michael Dodd:
     ColumbanDC@igc.apc.org
    Office of Priestly Vocations: Rev. Mark Brennan: archdeacon@msn.com
Churches: 
The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament:
     http://www2.sysnet.net/~jwalsh/index.html

Little Flower Church, Bethesda, MD:  (old listing)
     Fr. George Stuart:  GSTUARTIV@aol.com

St. Bernadette's Church (Silver Spring, MD):  
     http://www.rc.net/washington/st_bernadette/  E-mail: Angelea Connelly, Web Author: 70430.11@compuserve.com
 
St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Washington, DC):
     http://www.erols.com/saintpat/   
   

Schools: Archbishop Carroll High School http://www.ee.cua.edu/~carroll/ Georgetown Preparatory School, North Bethesda, MD: MKnab@aol.com Colleges and Universities:

Catholic University of America: http://www.cua.edu a Georgetown University: http://www.georgetown.edu/labyrinth/labyrinth-home.html Woodstock Theological Center (at GU): http://guweb.georgetown.edu/woodstock


Catholic Associations/Organizations: Catholic Charities of Washington: http://www.allenwayne.com/washcares/cathchar.htm Daughters of the Society of St. Francis de Sales: Alice Claire Mansfield, Group Directress: hcikfs@ix.netcom.com Knights of Columbus Council #2577, (Sacred Heart Council) Bowie, MD: http://www.wam.umd.edu/~amauer/welcome.html Messages: amauer@wam.umd.edu National Jesuit News, TM Rochford, Ed.: TMRochford@aol.com See also: Listings for USCC Departments in Washington, DC

size=-1>"With the advent of computer telecommunications and what are known as computer participation systems, the Church is offered further means for fulfilling her mission. Methods of facilitating communication and dialogue among her own members can strengthen the bonds of unity between them. Immediate access to information makes it possible for her to deepen her dialogue with the contemporary world."

-- Pope John Paul II, World Communications Day, May 27, 1989


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