Students of Ms. Ettensohn

Hello, students of Ms. Ettensohn and Community Service!  Here you will find some (maybe even ALL) of the sources you need for your CST Project.

Resources on Catholic Social Teaching
  1. You can get a great deal of your information from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop's website on Catholic Social Teaching
  2. The New Revised Standard Version of the Bible online
  3. Information on Catholic Social Teaching from Education for Justice
  4. More information on Catholic Social teaching from the British site aptly named Catholic Social Teaching
  5. The Progressive username: jfkchs  password: lancers

Library Databases

Library Databases & Electronic Library Resources This is where you can access our databases to research in newspapers, magazines, journals, and other resources for which we pay. The username and password for each of our databases are jfkchs and lancers. I suggest checking out eLibrary and doing a search for "Catholic Social Teaching," which will return a ton of information in PDF form for you to peruse. You can also check out the History Study Center and do the same search.  Under "journals" you will find several resources.

General Resources
InstaGrok is the coolest educational search engine I've ever seen.  The information is curated and presents in a mind map format.  After  you click on InstaGrok, go to "Log in." Select "student" from the drop down menu and create your username and password.  Under class code write "Ettensohn" and now you can save your searches, pin sources, take notes, and create your bibliography.

How do I cite those sources?!  Go to The OWL at Purdue University for the best, and most up-to-date information on MLA format.

Piktochart is an awesome tool to create free, full color, totally customizable infographics.  Why have a boring list of statistics when you can make an infographic?!   

**There are also several books on Catholic Social Teaching and social justice in the library.**