Our goal is to make available some of the best Catholic content on the internet. Here is a list of Catholic news and blog sites that are approved by our pastor for your consumption:
Word on Fire – Fr. Robert Barron is the Rector of Mundelein Seminary north of Chicago, Illinois. His Word on Fire ministry is leading the way in the New Evangelization in America. With nationally broadcast episodes on PBS, Fr. Barron’s work is highly regarded by Catholic and secular media alike. Word on Fire provides everything from sermons and blog articles to video reviews of new movies and educational programs.
Catholic Answers – This forum of Evangelization and Defense of the Faith has defined what it means to explain the Catholic Faith in a modern world. Catholic Answers is a collective of Catholic speakers, teachers, theologians, apologists, clergy, religious, and laypeople, who answer questions about the teachings and traditions of the Church. Their outreach includes radio programs and public speaking. If you have a question about the Faith, Catholic Answers is a great place to look for an answer.
New Advent – Follow top trending articles from the best Catholic bloggers. Kevin Knights’s New Advent is one of the highest regarded hub’s of Catholic news, blogs, and articles of interest. New Advent is also home to great resources including, the Catholic Encyclopedia, Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas, the writings of the Fathers of the Church, a side-by-side Comparative Bible, and a library of Church Documents.
Big Pulpit -Big Pulpit looks to deliver the very best in punditry on the Catholic Church. The majority of the articles provided offer in-depth analysis and insight from around the Catholic blogosphere. Two editions are posted daily Monday through Friday and once on Saturday and Sunday.
Catholic News Service – Catholic News Service is a leading agency for religious news. Our mission is to report fully, fairly and freely on the involvement of the church in the world today.
Catholic News Agency – CNA provides 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. CNA is proud to offer free access to its news items to Catholic dioceses, parishes, and websites, in order to increase awareness of the activities of the universal Church and to foster a sense of Catholic thought and culture in the life of every Catholic. Though its focus is spread throughout the world, CNA closely covers the Catholic Church in the United States and news related to the creation of a culture of life.
National Catholic Register – News Source affiliated with CNA and EWTN.
For Youth & Young Adults:
Life Teen – As a Eucharist-centered movement within the Roman Catholic Church, Life Teen leads teenagers and their families into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. With the Blessed Virgin Mary as our intercessor and guide, Life Teen seeks to unleash the fullness of the Sacramental power present within the young Church. This link directs you to all the most recent blog posts from lifeteen.com.
St. Peter’s List – St. Peter’s List proudly proclaims that The Catholic Life is the Good Life. From the beatific vision to robust trappist ales, SPL prepares lists that reflect the beauty and truth of the Catholic tradition. Holding the beloved Dumb Ox – St. Thomas Aquinas – as the community’s patron saint, SPL proudly draws from the Scholastic tradition and champions a faithful and intellectual articulation of the Catholic faith.
Ignitum Today –Ignitum Today provides Catholic perspectives on every topic that matters to young adults–life, religion, relationships, and entertainment. Ignitum Today describes itself as the “Social Network of the New Evangelization Generation.”
uCatholic – uCatholic is a source for Catholic news and blogs that is easily consumable and geared toward the young adult reader/viewer.
ChurchPOP – ChurchPOP is a Christian culture brand that’s fun, informative, and inspirational. We hope you enjoy it!