Links

The Holy See

http://www.vatican.va/

The site of the Vatican

The Archdiocese of NY

http://www.archny.org/

An exceptionally large and truly modern site.

Church of St. Paul

113 East 117th St., NY, NY - 212-534-4422

The Church of St. Paul has a small but very well coordinated link page

http://www.catholicliturgy.com/index.cfm

St. Anne's Helper

www.roman-catholic-catechism.com

The Crescat

http://thecrescat.blogspot.com/

Essential Catholic reading

http://www.rc.net/sites.html

A vast collection of Roman Catholic Prayers, Inspirational writings and the promotion of positive attitudes by Father Brian Cavanaugh, TOR

http://www.appleseeds.org/index.htm

The Mary Page - The Marian Institute of the University of Dayton

http://campus.udayton.edu/mary/

RCnet hosts Catholic organization websites for free

http://www.stpaulchurchive.org/CatholicLinks.htm

Has a small but very coordinated link page

http://www.maidofheaven.com

The ultimate website dedicated to Saint Joan of Arc containing her full history with a timeline, quick facts page, quotes page, many historic pictures, videos and the equivalent of thousands of pages of information related to Joan’s amazing life.

http://catholicblogs.blogspot.com

A vast database of Catholic Blogs from different priests, parishes and people all over the world

http://catholic-apostle.blogspot.com/

This is the Apostle.com blog. Here we discuss Saints, the Catechism and our favorite Catholic sources of information

http://sacredheart.com/

Sacred Heart is a very large site that is based on the book called The Mystical City of God by St. Augustine. The site is highly inspirational.

http://www.andrewcusack.com/

A fantastic site from a very worldly and devout Catholic

http://www.theanglocatholic.com

This is a beautiful and truly remarkable site.

http://www.musicfromthevatican.com

Music from the Vatican is a lovely site based in England.

http://www.tboyle.net/Catholicism/Catholic_Links.html

A highly informative links page

http://www.catholic-forum.com/links/pages/

A very good looking and easy to read all-Catholic information site.

http://www.catholicnetlinks.com/

This is an easy to read, and very unique link page with Catholic clip art, topics on Catholi social issues and a variety of devotions.

http://www.psalm40.org/catholic/

This is a brilliant linksite and vast Catholic information site. The webmaster, Kurt is a genius and crafted a place for exceptionally unique Catholic content. Highly recommended.

http://www.catholicworld.info/links/homeright.htm

A very impressive Catholic resource and link page.

http://www.catholic-forum.com/members/ccfjeff/

A massive online database of a variety of Catholic resources

http://www.goodcathinfo.com/links.htm

A lovely site that really does have good Catholic information

http://www.catholiclinks.org

A simple yet beautiful links page

http://www.catholicfirst.com/

An enormous Catholic Resources link page

http://www.internetpadre.com/

A wide variety of Catholic resources and teachings of specific elements inside the Church

http://www.catholicdoors.com/prayers/

Quite possibly the largest, most organized Catholic Prayer site on the internet

http://www.loyolapress.com

A very long standing and well known Jesuit Ministry.

http://www.mycatholictradition.com/

A simple, yet highly informative Catholic site that will keep you reading. Really nice flash logo.

http://www.churchinneed.org

ACN Fact Sheet:

Religious persecution is a foreign concept for most people living in the United States, but it is a horrifying reality for some 200 million Christians who face violence and even murder for practicing their faith. The United Nations reports that another 350 million Christians experience less extreme forms of oppression, including discrimination, harassment and restrictions on their worship.

Aid to the Church in Need is an international Catholic charity dedicated to alleviating the suffering of those who are persecuted for practicing their faith. With the blessing and guidance of the Holy Father, Aid to the Church in Need supports the pastoral and temporal needs of priests, religious and laity in 145 countries.

Aid to the Church in Need is supported by generous individuals in 18 countries, who entrust it with $120 million each year to realize the spiritual and material needs identified and met by leaders of the suffering Church.

Each of the 5000 projects funded each year by Aid to the Church in Need is an expression of the organization’s commitment to “Keep the Faith Alive” in places where it is put to the test.

Aid to the Church in Need provides hope by meeting needs generally overlooked by other charitable organizations. Specifically, Aid to the Church in Need:

  • Rebuilds churches and chapels destroyed by violence or desecrated by hatred, restoring a safe place for the faithful to gather in prayer
  • Supports the religious formation of future priests and nuns by providing food, clothing and religious education materials. In fact, one of every seven seminarians in the world is supported by Aid to the Church in Need.
  • Offers pastoral and temporal care to contemplative sisters and elderly religious
  • Provides bicycles, cars, motorcycles, trucks and mules to help priests and nuns reach remote parishes
  • Places Bibles and other devotional materials in the hands of those who want to grow in their faith. Aid to the Church in Need has translated its Child’s Bible into 156 languages and distributed it to 45 million youngsters.
  • Gives material aid and pastoral care to refugees and others persecuted for their faith.
  • Promotes  the Gospel through Christian media by developing and supporting television and radio programming  

    Aid to the Church in Need began in 1947 as the vision of Father Werenfried van Straaten, a devout Dutch priest trying to heal the wounds of war-torn Germany by lavishing hope and love on its people. His legacy is a vibrant organization that translates the commitment of generous donors into actual hope for their brothers and sisters who suffer to practice their Christian faith.