The Official Site of the Holy See in Rome.

A monastic community in Taizé in eastern France.

The shrine sits right on the western edge of campus. It's the 7th largest church in the world.

Lots of links to tons of information about Catholicism, the Church, Religious Orders and more.

Still looking for more medieval Catholic music after examining the CANTUS pages? Well look here first. This superb site is sponsored by Princeton University's Department of Music.

Learn all about Christ, view hundreds of images and browse through hundreds of links to further information.

Visit a large and active community in Raleigh, NC. Lots of information, some of which is in Spanish.

Another excellent diocesean home page.

Documents from Boniface VIII to John Paul II.

A great deal of information.

News, Radio, Television, and much more. Check it out!

Patron Saints Patronage Index

Who's the patron saint of your state (political or spiritual)? Occupation? Vocation? Condition? Hobby? Topics are listed alphabetically, each with its patron saint(s).

Catholic Online Publications Site
American Catholic Online
1997 Catholic Internet Directory
From scholars engaged in advanced research to high school students searchin for term-paper references.

Christus Rex et Redemptor Mundi

This site is perfect fr those who want to see some of the world's greatest religious architecture and artwork.

Mary's Gardens Home Page

Mary Garden Organization of Philadelphia, describes the historical relevance of these and other sacred flowers and offers practical advice on growing outdoor, dish and windowsill Mary gardens.

The Mary Page

Maintained by the Marian Library at the University of Dayton and the International Marian Research Institute, the purpose of The Mary Page is to share recent Marian scholarship, artwork and ideas on Mary's role in Christian life.

Monastery of Christ in the Desert

The Benedictine monks of Christ in the Desert Monastery in New Mexico have found a modern use for their scriptorium; they design Web pages.

The Young Saints Club

The Young Saints Club, run by the Salesians of Don Bosco, offer bimonthly readings designed to appeal to elementary school children.

Catholic Media Directory

Catholic News Service

National Catholic Education Association

Catholic Information Network

U.S. Catholic Historical Society


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