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Mary, the Mother of Mercy: a Lent day of Reflection with Rev. Monsignor Glenn Nelson
Saturday March 25, 2017 at St. Matthew Catholic Church 9-4 pm
Click HERE for the flier- more details coming SOON!
November 9, 2016 ASL Mass with Fr. Chris Klusman and Lecture at Notre Dame University
"Celebrating the Year of Mercy" with Fr. Mike Depcik
Thank you to all who participated and to Fr. Mike for joining us!
Click HERE to read the Criterion article
9:00 am Sunday Mass at St. Matthew Catholic Church, Indianapolis
10:30 am Sunday Mass at St. Jude Catholic Church, Indianapolis
Certified, but not quite comfortable interpreting Mass or other liturgies? Know ASL and want to know more? Come for some fun practice, great presentations and practical resources.
NB: These sessions are geared toward individuals who have at least *some* knowledge already of American Sign Language.
Contact Erin Jeffries with any questions at (317) 236-1448, or firstname.lastname@example.org
hope to see you there!
Program for First Reconciliation in ASL from NCOD *Available in office for review!
Program for First Eucharist in ASL from NCOD *NEW in office for reveiw!
In process of being updated, but still very useful in presenting lessons! Includes DVD- all dialogue is in ASL, all text and worksheets are in Spanish.
Program for Confirmation in ASL from NCOD, featuring Fr. Mike Depcik *Available for review!
Fr. Shawn Carey explains the steps in making a good confession, including the Act of Contrition
YouTube Playlist: New Roman Missal for Interpreters (from the Archdiocese of Washington)
NCOD DVD Resource: Liturgical Signs and Prayers *NEW in office for review!
NCPD DVD Resource: Liturgical Signs and Prayers: A Resources for the Deaf Community
- includes marriage, baptism and funeral rites, in addition to Mass
- NOTE: does not include language of revised Roman Missal.
YouTube Video: New Roman Missal Translation (from the Archdiocese of Boston)
Interpreter Resources/ASL videos (from the Archdiocese of Boston)
Signing the Scriptures, Year A,B and C by Joan Blake: It is important to note that these books do NOT provide pictures of the signs, but the word order for the readings, using the ASL syntax. *These are available in the office to review
Religious Signing: A Comprehensive Guide for All Faiths by Elaine Costello, Ph.D: A good, visual dictionary for religious signs. *Available in the office for review
Fr. Mike Depcik's blog: a wonderful resource in general for homilies, interviews and prayers in ASL, including the Stations of the Cross, the Divine Mercy Chaplet and the Rosary
ASL prayer videos from Loyola Press
The "Jesus" film translated into ASL: based on Luke's Gospel from the "Good News" translation, Today's English Version (USCCB approved)
Deaf Bible App: available free from iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Apps for Kindle Fire
The Bible: ASL version, DVD This project is in progress, but the entire New Testament is available, as well as Genesis, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Song of Solomon, Daniel and the Minor Prophets (Hosea-Malachi)