Summer Term commences 8th April and ends 26th July
Prayers for all our students sitting their end of year exams this term.
Many of the site references on this page were provided by students on the Facebook group: The Maryvale Institute. This group has been set up by Maryvale students and provides a forum for discussion, news and jokes, some of which are quite funny.
Take a look at the Maryvale Research Bulletin which is available for download.
Don't forget to make use of the on-line database EBSCO.
For a brief guide click here.
Click here to down load a list of journals subscribed to by EBSCO, listed by subject area.
The following site provides Scripture texts and study tools: http://http://net.bible.org/home.php
Thank you also to the above site for this search tool which gives all the scripture verses containing the entered search term plus study notes.
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) also provides a useful search tool which provides links to dictionary entries for the entered scriptural term:
Check out and feed back on:
A thoughtful blog from Fr Stephen Wang with useful links.
Useful for bibliographical research.
The Perseus site has on line texts and provides a useful overview of Ancient Greek history
Thank you to students for the following links :
Both of the above provide excellent resources, further links and information.
This site claims to give an overview of basic Catholic teachings, but certainly does more than that! It also provides a link to the following site:
Entertaining and informative - a 'Best of Peter Kreeft'!
These lectures are quite old and do not play well in Windows Media Player, but are fine on Media Player Classic. Transcripts are available for download.
This is an excellent resource for a wide range of topics - well worth at least a glance!
Disclaimer: Maryvale Institute has no control over, and takes no responsibility for, the contents of the above sites or of sites linked to or from them.
You can find information about referencing websites in your STUDY GUIDE or HANDBOOK , or follow the links in the Referencing section of this site.