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As part of the Religion Newswriters Association's mission to help reporters cover religion, it has created a free, downloadable primer on religion reporting. In addition to providing overviews of the "big three" religions - Christianity, Judaism and Islam - the primer includes a "best practices" library and other resources.

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The Librarians' Internet Index vets all of its links to make sure they meet its selection criteria, including credibility. Its religion links are divided by topic, such as individual faiths and philosophy.

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The Journalist's Toolbox at the American Press Institute has links to dozens of useful sites, including several on the role of religion in 9/11.

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Although it does sell fund-raising help, financial and marketing services and Web hosting, this site does have a nice list of saints and angels and official Catholic prayers.

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