Whether you’d like to begin researching more about what the Church teaches, or you’d just like to find a Catholic Church near you, here are a few good, Catholic Web Sites to help get you started!
www.catholic.com A great website hosted by Catholic Answers containing a wealth of information explaining and defending what Catholics believe by topic, answering common objections by various non-Catholic groups.
www.scripturecatholic.com A must see for all Bible believers! This rich website provides over two thousand scriptures from the Old and New Testament supporting the teachings of the Catholic Church.
www.catholicscomehome.org A wonderful organization geared towards inviting people home to the Catholic Church. Check out the "commercials" saved on their site--they are truly powerful!!
www.masstimes.org With Masstimes.org, there is never an excuse to miss mass. Enter any city or zip code, and find a Catholic Church near you and its mass schedule.
www.cdom.org The Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee, headquarters of The Catholic Café, invites you to learn more about our local Church.
http://www.orderofmalta-federal.org The Catholic Cafe is brought to you by the Order of Malta, Federal Association. To learn more about the rich history of this ancient order of knighthood, check out both the international, and Federal Association websites.
www.vatican.va (English home page) The Vatican Web Site is the official Site of The Holy See. It’s a terrific source for all the official documents of the Church…past and present!
www.newadvent.org New Advent hosts a HUGE online Catholic Encyclopedia, as well as Catholic Headlines, many of the writings of the Early Church Fathers, the complete Summa Theologica, and a wealth of other resources.
www.usccb.org This is the official Site for the US Conference of Catholic Bishops. Current events topics, Mass Readings, Church documents, and much, much more can be found here.
www.zenit.org (English home page) The objective of Zenit News Agency is to inform about the "world seen from Rome," with professionalism and faithfulness to the truth. They aim to view the modern world through the messages of the Pope and the Holy See; tell about the happenings of the Church; and inform about the topics, debates and events that are especially interesting to Christians worldwide.
www.catholicnewsagency.com Founded in continued response to Pope John Paul II’s call for a “New Evangelization,” the Catholic News Agency (CNA) has been, since 2004, one of the fastest growing Catholic news providers to the English speaking world. CNA strives to provide free, up-to-the-minute news affecting the Universal Church, giving particular emphasis to the words of the Holy Father and happenings of the Holy See, to any person with access to the Internet.
www.thedailydeacon.com The Daily Deacon is Deacon Jeff Drzycimski’s personal Web Site providing access to his homilies and writings.
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