list of links below are intended to provide visitors to this page with a convenient
starting-place in their search for Catholic web-pages and online resources on the
internet. The list is organized in broad categories, and is not intended to
represent a complete and comprehensive survey of all available sites in each category.
Furthermore, visitors must recognize that the internet is a complex and
interconnected web, and thus some sites listed below may contain links to other pages
containing information that may be at least unofficial, and at worst doctrinally
unsound. Only the official sites of specific hierarchical levels or branches of the
Catholic church should be considered to be largely free from such problems. Some
sites noted below provide rating systems that may assist Catholics in discerning
questionable sites, organizations, or material. In
any case, the links below are not intended to be recommendations, but rather
starting-places for self study.
|Official Catholic Church Sites
The Holy See Official homepage of the
Vatican, with news releases and church documents, archives, a tour of the Vatican museums,
and much more.
of Atlanta Official Archdiocesan homepage, including a list of all parishes
(with links to their homepages), a current calendar of events, back issues of articles in
the Georgia Bulletin, and a site-specific search engine.
Conference of Catholic Bishops/United States Catholic Conference Joint homepage
of these two Washington-based organizations, including a wide range of resources and
|Major Catholic Religious Orders
Friars Minor (Franciscans) Official homepage of the General Curia of the Order
of Friars Minor, a.k.a. the Franciscans, in Rome.
of Preachers (Dominicans) Official homepage of the Order of Preachers, a.k.a.
Saint Benedict Homepage of the Order of St. Benedict, a.k.a. the Benedictines;
hosted by the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University.
Online An excellent page maintained by the Society of Jesus in the United
States, providing information about the Jesuit order and Jesuit spirituality originally
developed by St. Ignacius de Loyola; see also Jesuit Resources on the World Wide Web,
an excellent site containing even more extensive Jesuit information, resources, links,
etc.; not an official web page, but one maintained by Jesuits Rev. Raymond Bucko and Rev.
|Other Catholic Organizations
Columbus Official homepage of the Supreme Council, with information on the
Knights and their history, current activities, an online edition of Columbia
magazine, and information on the Knights insurance program; or you can visit the
Georgia State Council's
webpage, or Georgia's 4th Degree
Atlanta Official homepage of the organization "supporting vocations in the
Archdiocese of Atlanta," with resources for those interested in becoming monks,
friars, apostolic priests, deacons, nuns, and sisters.
|Major Catholic Documents and References
New American Bible The online text of the New American Bible,
including the full Old Testament and the first few books of the New
Testament; hosted by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops/United
States Catholic Conference.
Vulgate Bible The online text of the Latin translation of
the bible, originally translated by St. Jerome in the 4th and 5th
centuries A.D. (or see
here for text files on a gopher server).
of the Catholic Church
here) The full text of the modern catechism.
The Nazareth Master Catechism An excellent side-by-side
presentation and comparison of five major historical Catholic catechisms,
including the 1273 Catechetical Instructions of St. Thomas Aquinas, the
1566 Catechism of the Council of Trent, the 1891 Baltimore Catechism
number 4, the 1910 Catechism of St. Pius X, and the 1992 Catechism of the
Liturgical Library A wide range of online documents and
texts relating to the Liturgy.
Encyclopedia The 1913 edition, containing a wide range of
entries and articles organized alphabetically; hosted by New Advent.
of Popes An online list of all popes, from the Catholic
Ethereal Library A broad range of online books and documents,
including an excellent online collection of writings by the Early Church
Fathers during the first 800 years of the Church.
Guide to Early Church Documents Another fine collection of
online early church documents, hosted by the Internet Christian Library
based in Portland, Oregon.
Patron Saints Index
excellent and cross-referenced list of saints with extensive resources including
biographies, writings, art, links, and much more; maintained by the
Catholic Community Forum.
|Primary Catholic Links Sites
Catholic-Pages.com An excellent "Catholic Start Directory" with a
wide range of well-organized resources and links, including updated daily
readings and a Catholic search engine, all strictly faithful to the
magisterium of the Church; maintained by Paul McLachlan in Australia.
Network (CIN) Very extensive set of links to Catholic
sites and resources; sponsored by St. Gabriel Gift & Book Nook in
Center on Internet (CICI) Wide range of links to Catholic sites
and resources; maintained by the volunteer organization by the same name
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Catholic Index @
alapadre.net An extremely comprehensive list of links to Catholic
sites and resources, organized in quick-loading alphabetical format in
the AlaPopStop Index; maintained by Father John J. Stryjewski in Grand
Goldmine A very extensive and well-organized set of Catholic
links on a personal site created and maintained by Chris Miller in Solona,
An extensive range of links to Catholic sites and resources, including a
very effective grading system that evaluates sites using the categories
of Fidelity, Resources, and Implementation; sponsored by Trinity
Communications, a non-profit based in Nokesville, Virginia.
An excellent and well-organized personal site with links to Catholic
sites and resources, including online texts of the 1913 Catholic
Encyclopedia, St. Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica, and many
other writings of the Church Fathers; created and maintained by Kevin
Knight in Denver, Colorado, with volunteer help.
A wide range of Catholic resources and links presented in the format of
an online "city"; maintained by the Mary Foundation in Fairview Park,
A very extensive set of Catholic resources and links, including free
web-based email addresses (firstname.lastname@example.org); maintained by
the organization by the same name based in Bakersfield, California.
A wide range of links to sites with Catholic art and other resources;
maintained by the organization of the same name under the direction of
Michael Olteanu, a Marian lay brother from Romania who spent 5 years in a
Gulag as an anti-Soviet dissident.
Links Worldwide Catholic links in English and Spanish,
organized by individual countries; maintained by theology student Luis
Javier Moxó of Toledo, Spain.
|Other Catholic Churches in the Archdiocese of Atlanta
Saint Andrew, Roswell
Saint Ann, Barnesville
Saint Ann, Marietta
Saint Anna, Monroe
Saint Anthony, Atlanta
Saint Anthony, Blue Ridge
Saint Augustine, Covington
Saint Benedict, Duluth
Saint Bernadette, Cedartown
Most Blessed Sacrament, Atlanta
Saint Brendan, Cumming
Saint Brigid, Alpharetta
Saint Catherine Laboure, Commerce (Mission)
Saint Catherine of Siena, Kennesaw
Centro Catolico del Espiritu Santo (Mission)
Christ our Hope, Lithonia
Christ our King and Savior, Greensboro
Christ Redeemer, Dawsonville
Christ the King, Atlanta (Cathedral)
Corpus Christi, Stone Mountain
Mision Catolica de Duluth (Mission)
Saint Elizabeth Seton, Warm Springs (Mission)
San Felipe de Jesus, Atlanta (Mission)
Saint Francis de Sales, Mableton
Saint Francis of Assisi, Blairsville
Saint Francis of Assisi, Cartersville
Saint Gabriel, Fayetteville
Saint George, Newnan
Saint Gerard Majella, Fort Oglethorpe
Good Samaritan, Ellijay
Good Shepherd, Cumming
Saint Helena, Clayton
Holy Cross, Atlanta
Holy Family, Marietta
Holy Spirit, Atlanta
Holy Trinity, Peachtree City
Holy Vietnamese Martyrs, Atlanta (Mission)
Immaculate Conception, Atlanta
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Atlanta
Saint James, Madison , Madison
Saint James the Apostle, McDonough
Saint John the Evangelist Hapeville
Saint John Neumann, Lilburn
Saint John Vianney, Lithia Springs
Saint Joseph, Athens
Saint Joseph, Dalton
Saint Joseph, Marietta
Saint Joseph, Washington
Saint Jude, Atlanta
Saint Katharine Drexel Mission, Trenton
Korean Martyrs Pastoral Center, Doraville
Saint Lawrence, Lawrenceville
Saint Luke the Evangelist, Dahlonega
Saint Marguerite D'Youville Lawrenceville
Saint Mark, Clarkesville
Saint Mary, Elberton (Mission)
Saint Mary, Jackson
Saint Mary, Rome
Saint Mary Magdalene, Sharpsburg
Saint Mary, Toccoa
Mary Our Queen, Norcross
Saint Matthew, Tyrone
Saint Matthew, Winder
Saint Michael, Gainesville
the Archangel, Woodstock
Saint Monica, Duluth
Saint Oliver Plunkett, Snellville
Our Lady of the Americas, Lilburn
Our Lady of the Assumption, Atlanta
Our Lady of LaSalette, Canton
Our Lady of Lourdes, Atlanta
Our Lady of the Mount, Lookout Mountain
Our Lady of the Mountains, Jasper
Our Lady of Perpetual Help,
Our Lady of Viet Nam, Riverdale
Saint Patrick, Norcross
Saint Paul, Cleveland
Saint Paul of the Cross, Atlanta
Saint Peter, LaGrange
Saint Peter Chanel, Roswell
Saints Peter and Paul, Decatur
Saint Peter the Rock, The
Saint Pius X, Conyers
Prince of Peace,
Saint Philip Benizi, Jonesboro
Purification, Sharon (Mission)
Queen of Angels, Thomson
Sacred Heart, Atlanta
Sacred Heart, Griffin
Sacred Heart, Hartwell
Sacred Heart, Milledgeville
Saint Stephen the Martyr, Lilburn
Saint Theresa, Douglasville
Saint Thomas the Apostle, Smyrna
Saint Thomas Aquinas, Alpharetta
Saint Thomas More, Decatur
Saint Vincent De Paul, Dallas
Answers Apologetics and evangelization site based on El Cajon, Ca.
Biblical Evidence for
Catholicism Another page with extensive apologetics
resources, maintained by Dave Armstrong.
Augustine Club Apologetics Toolkit
Another page, maintained by the student-run Augustine Club at Columbia University
in New York.
Another page, including links to Envoy Magazine and the Apologia-L email list; maintained
by Steve Clifford.
Corunum Catholic Apologetic Web
Page Another page, citing early church documents in the defense of specific
theological topics; maintained by Joseph Gallegos.
Apologetics The online text of an excellent apologetics book with a wide range
of resources; maintained by Paul Flanagan and Robert Schihl.
Catholic Apologetics Another
extensive page; maintained by Mary's Disciples for Jesus in Granville, Ill.
Word Television Network (EWTN) Homepage of EWTN, including abundant resources
and links, as well as a live online radio broadcast through Real Audio..
World News (CWN) Homepage of the independent organization of lay Catholic
journalists based in South Lancaster, Massachusets offering subscriptions to their email
news service; only headlines and first paragraphs are available free.
Homepage of the international news agency based in Rome, and dedicated to reporting on
issues of interest to Catholics and the Catholic Church; includes free subscription for
Radio Vaticana Online
broadcasts of news clips from Radio Vaticana recorded daily in various languages and
played through Real Audio.
Catholic News & Literature
A broad range of Catholic media sources, including magazines, diocesan newspapers, books,
|Daily Readings and Prayers
of the Hours) Current daily psalms, prayers, readings, etc. for the major hours
of the Liturgy of the Hours (Divine Office), including morning, evening, and night prayer,
and the office of readings.
The Catholic Calendar Page
Current daily Mass readings, along with information on the appropriate mystery of the
rosary, festivals or holidays, etc., as well as detailed monthly calendars.
CIN Daily Word Page Another site with
current daily Mass readings, including commentary from the Navarre Bible, or you can
to have readings delivered in your email daily.
|Links in Spanish/ Enlaces en Español
Digital Página de la Agencia Católica de Informaciones en América Latina,
basada en Lima, Perú; tiene una grán selección de enlaces Católicos.
Angeles, Santos, Papas, y Personas
Ejemplares Una página con mucha información sobre los santos y otros
contenidos; mantenida por el Centro Católico de
Electrónica Cristiana Muy buena página de enlaces y recursos Católicos;
mantenida por VE Multimedios en Lima, Perú.
Catholic Links Una página bilingüe
con enlaces Católicos organizados por paises del mundo; mantenida por un estudiante de
teología, Luis Javier Moxó en Toledo, España.
Católico de Evangelización SCTJM Página de enlaces y recursos Católicos;
mantenida por las Siervas de los Corazones Traspasados de Jesús y María, basada en
Forum Página de enlaces Católicos, basada en Mexico.
Conferencia Episcopal Española
Página oficial de la organización basada en Madrid.
Episcopal Latinoamericano Página oficial de la organización basada en Santa
Fé de Bogotá en Colombia, uniendo las 22 Conferencias Episcopales que se sitúan desde
México hasta el Cabo de Hornos,
incluyendo el Caribe y las Antillas.
Otra página de enlaces Católicos.
Iglesia Católica en Internet
Una página personal de enlaces Católicos con anotaciones y comentarios, y con una lista
muy completa de conferencias episcopales, archidiócesis, diócesis y parróquias de
Latinoamerica; mantenido por Mario Villalta.
La iglesia que habla y reza en Castellano
Unas páginas muy buenas con enlaces Católicos en español; mantenido por Paul
Indice de Enlaces Católicos
Una página bilingüe de enlaces fieles al Magisterio de la Iglesia; parte de la
página Católicos.org que
tiene enlaces para todos los Ritos Católicos en comunión con Roma.
Página de la Red Informática de la Iglesia en América Latina