Founded in 1956, this news site is committed to strengthening Christians of all denominations by giving all kinds of news and analysis of current events and trends from an evangelical Christian perspective.
This podcast makes Scripture come alive. It is hosted by Dr. Scott Hahn who is a well-known convert from Protestantism to Catholicism. He makes the Bible relevant in people's everyday lives and speaks to their concerns.
This site has the official documents of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), the most important and largest ecumenical council of the Church since the 16th century. This site also has several other important links to official Church offices and documents.
A service of Loyola Press, this site deals with probably the most extensive spirituality that animates Catholic Christianity. It was developed by the Jesuits and has had a tremendous influence on the life and mission of the whole Church and its various religious orders and movements.
This site is excellent for looking up information relating to the many Saints of the Church. It has biographical information and many other related links regarding these people of exceptional holiness down through the centuries.
This is a well-done clearinghouse of all kinds of information and advice for any person who is considering religious life in the Catholic Church. It also features a large number of links relating to vocational discernment that is aimed particularly for young people.
This is probably the best website along with great resources for the whole explanation and practice of the 'theology of the body' which was put forward by the late St. John Paul II and has become an integral part of Catholic theology and life in regard to marriage and human sexuality.
This site is for those people who are thinking of joining the Catholic Church and what the different stages of the process are. It is a good site with a lot of helpful information relating to Catholic Christianity.
Well-designed site for people who are inactive Catholics or left and would like to come back to Catholic Christianity. It also deals with the everyday issues that people struggle with in contemporary society.