Want to learn more about what the church teaches? Or get the Catholic perspective on recent happenings? Or find a church near you? We recommend these outstanding sites.
About church teachings.
Contains a wealth of information explaining and defending what Catholics believe by topic. Responds to common objections by various non-Catholic groups.
Houses the huge online Catholic Encyclopedia, plus writings of the early church fathers, the complete Summa Theologica, and more. Features Catholic headlines.
English home page for the official website of The Holy See. Terrific source for all official documents of the church, past and present.
For non-practicing Catholics.
Wonderful organization inviting people home to the Catholic Church. Check out the commercials saved on their site — truly powerful.
Must-see for all Bible believers. Provides over two thousand scriptures from the Old and New Testament supporting the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Free in-depth studies in the Catholic tradition. Includes ancient and contemporary commentaries, historical and archaeological info, and Catechism references.
For practicing Catholics.
Enter any city or zip code to find a Catholic Church nearby, along with its mass schedule. Even better: get the app for your phone.
Official site. Offers Catholic beliefs and teachings, issues and action, news headlines, movie reviews, daily readings, church documents, and much more.
About current events.
English home page. A view of the modern world through the messages of the Pope and the Holy See. Church happenings, plus Christian topics, debates, and events.
Free, up-to-the-minute news affecting the universal church. Gives particular emphasis to the words of the Holy Father and happenings of the Holy See.
See also New Advent
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