This is a collection of useful or interesting and with a few exceptions Catholic links. It likely will grow over time, and every now and then we may cast one out into the outer darkness if it fails to remain interesting or useful. In no particular order we have
Mass Times: traveling, need to find a mass? Then check out mass times here
The Baltimore Catechism is the perfect catechism for clarity. Read it here
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is of course not as clear but current read it here
The Bible, for those who like a the post Vatican II politically correct translation you will want the NAB translation here , and for the real Catholics out there well then you want the Douay Rheims here.
The daily mass readings are here
For the liturgical calendar go here
EWTN Catholic TV is here . To be honest not Mother Angelica’s EWTN anymore. This link almost did not make the cut, but still useful if a little too “happy clappy” Catholic then it used to be.
Priests for Life : for the seriously pro life, if you’re not you should be. Fr Pavone is a good man. Visit here .
Live Action the undercover investigation outfit run by the intrepid Lila Rose is here . Definitely not happy clappy! Go Lila Go!
The National Catholic Bioethics Center is here . A wealth of intellectually serious bioethical material that is faithful to the magisterium, join for full access.
The Catholic Medical Association My brother and sister docs who take their Catholicism seriously, had to link to their site here
The Human Life review the intellectual muscle of the pro-life cause is here
Church Miltant TV : the Michael Voris web site. Lots of classic theology, tough commentary on the “Vortex”. Definitely not “happy clappy”. Worth joining for premium content, but free stuff valuable as well. Visit here
Catholic Culture is a web site run by Jeff Mirus and Phil Lawler. In addition to the commentary, large resource library and such. Visit here
St Joseph’s list is a new list of Catholic doctors if you are looking for one, still new so likely will grow more useful with time, visit here
The Vatican nuff said… visit here
Audio Sancto Sermons : Caution this collection of sermons includes some that sometimes go over the top, and sees heresy where there is none, but still worth checking out here
St Thomas’s Summa Theolgica what can be added to this masterpiece, explore it here
The Christian Classics Etheral Library : an enormous collection of Christian writings including classics from the Church fathers, GK Chesterton’s works much more, all online not only Catholic but lots of info here
Catholic World Report used to be a terrific catholic news and commentary magazine, sadly only now on online, worth a look though.. here
The Shroud of Turin web site . Some have called the shroud “The fifth gospel” see why here
The Divine Mercy site run by the Marians of the Immaculate conception, we all need mercy, visit here
Fr Ryan Erlenbush and colleagues a blog by a good young priest , and solid Thomist here
Monsignor Charles Pope’s blog very pastoral commentary by a solid priest, always interesting, will make you holier if you can take to heart. See here
The Fr. Z blog hard to characterize what is going on here, a blog by a traditionalist priest loyal to the magisterium, and…. Well visit to see for yourself here
The Acton Institute What is Catholic about big leviathan government? Answer nothing, this blog tells why.. see here
The Cardinal Newman Society : Got college age kids? Then go here .
Acts of the Apostasy: Who says taking on heretics cannot be funny? See here
Edward Feser Ph.d : Thomistic philosophy professor teaching in California, will definitely make you think, see his blog here
Taylor Marshall Ph.D: another good Catholic philosophy resource see here
Just for Fun:
Major League Baseball web site God’s favorite sport here
Society for American Baseball research here, How God measures his favorite sport.
Medscape a ton of useful info, aimed at health professionals but accessible to lay people, sign up for free here
Real Clear Politics a wealth of political commentary across the spectrum here
National Review web site for the “right” commentary here