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We offer many interactive activities such as Bingo, Flashcard, and Jeopardy Reviews to help students learn while having fun.

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New material is added to the website regularly to assist students learn and grasp the main topics.

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About MTF

Midwest Theological Forum (MTF) is a not-for-profit corporation that publishes materials and organizes courses for Catholic bishops, priests and laity. MTF is located in suburban Downers Grove, 30 miles southwest of downtown Chicago.

Among MTF’s most popular books are the Daily Roman Missal, the Handbook of Prayers, the titles of The Didache Series, the Missale Romanum, the Book of the Gospels, the Code of Canon Law Annotated, and the Roman Missal, Third Edition.

Why Choose Us

  • New supplementary material for the Didache Semester Series textbooks.
  • Resources will be updated regularly with relevant and current material.
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  • The online website is FREE for teachers and students using the Didache Semester Series.

From the Blog

St. Agnes (d. 304) came from a noble Roman family. She was about thirteen when martyred during the reign of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Her name is associated with the Latin “agnus” for “lamb,” as the young saint is often depicted with a lamb by her side. St. Agnes is commemorated in the Roman Canon (Eucharistic Prayer I).

“Almighty ever-living God, who choose what is weak in the world to confound the strong, mercifully grant, that we, who celebrate the heavenly birthday of your Martyr Saint Agnes, may follow her constancy in the faith. Through our Lord Jesus Christ.” ~ from the Proper of Saints, Daily Roman Missal