Diocese of Venice: www.dioceseofvenice.org
The Diocese of Venice in Florida web site is an official Catholic publication of the Diocese of Venice Department of Communications. It contains a great deal of basic information and news about the diocese.
This useful and user-friendly website helps you find Masses wherever you are in the USA. Very handy when you are traveling! The website does its best to keep information accurate and up to date but cannot guarantee its reliability.
Today's Readings: www.usccb.org/nab/index.shtml
You will find the Mass readings, responsorial psalm and Gospel for the day here. This is part of the U. S. Catholic conference of Bishops website (see below).
American Catholic: www.americancatholic.org
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United State Catholic Conference of Bishops: www.usccb.org
This is the official website of the United States Catholic Bishops. It has information on a large number of topics and includes an online Bible, the Catechism, publications, movie reviews, coverage of the importance of elections and your vote and more.
Holy Father's Prayer Intentions: www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/prayers-and-devotions/the-popes-monthly-intention.cfm
The Pope's intentions for every month in 2018.
Saint of the Day: www.americancatholic.org/Features/SaintofDay/default.asp
This is one section of www.americancatholic.org the American Catholic website, which is for Catholics, all Christians and seekers. Find Roman Catholic Saints, Catholic Church Questions and Catholic News. Post Prayer Requests and send Catholic e-cards. Discover Catholic Books, Catholic Audio Books, Catholic Videos, and a leading Catholic Magazine. from the Franciscans and St.Anthony Messenger.
Vatican Official Website: http://w2.vatican.va/content/vatican/en.html
Information on the Holy Father, Rosary, Prayers, Documents, and much more is available on this site.
Vatican Radio: www.vaticanradio.org
Programs in 40 different languages from 61 different countries.
Respect Life: www.priestsforlife.org
Priests for Life is an officially approved association of Catholic Clergy who give special emphasis to the pro-life teachings of the Church. They off ongoing assistance to the clergy and lay people in addressing the topics of abortion and euthanasia, and training and on resources to the entire pro-life movement.
EWTN - Eternal Word TV Network: Global Catholic Network & Radio: www.ewtn.com
The only 24 hour Catholic TV Network and Radio. A virtual fount of information on all things Catholic: news, apologetics, doctrines, catechism, saints' lives, movies, talk shows, children's programming, specialty sites, Masses, Rosaries, libraries, founding fathers, and much, much more. See Cable TV Channel 27 in Ft. Myers.
U.S. Catholic: www.uscatholic.org
General interest magazine for American Catholics.
Catholic Relief Services: www.crs.org
The official international humanitarian agency of the U.S. Catholic community.
Catholic Network of Volunteer Service: www.cnvs.org
Listing of more than 200 volunteer opportunities in the United States and overseas.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Venice: www.catholiccharitiesdov.org
Facts and news of the Diocese of Venice's Catholic Charities activities.
Catholic Charities: www.catholiccharitiesusa.org
Network of social service organizations in the United States. This is the national site.
Catechetical Resources: www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/how-we-teach/catechesis/
Free resources for Catholic catechists.
Catholic Educator's Resource Center: www.catholiceducation.org/index.html
Resource library of the Church's moral and social teachings.
Institute for Catholic Studies and Formation: institute-dov.org
The Institute for Catholic Studies and Formation facilitates the need for both post-secondary professional development as well as a growing desire on the part of Catholic adults for comprehensive, systematic and life-long adult faith formation.
The Institute offers multiple opportunities by which laity can pursue a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through an understanding of Scripture, Tradition, and the Magisterium culminating in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Coursework and workshops are based on authentic Catholic teaching delivered in a variety of instructional methods including: classroom, distance learning, on-site parish presentations and diocesan-wide video-conferencing. The Institute offers professional development including a Master’s Degree from a recognized university as well as diocesan certificate programs in Parish Religious Education, Youth Outreach and Evangelization.
Center for Ministry Development: www.cmdnet.org/
The Center for Ministry Development is an independent, non-profit organization whose core purpose is to bring the Good News in new ways to the people of God. Our mission is to empower faith communities and their leaders for effective ministry with adolescents, young adults, and families through ministry education for leaders, ministry development training and resources, programs, and publications. The Center is funded through a combination of fees for services, publication sales, and foundation grants.
Once a Catholic, Always a Catholic: www.OnceCatholic.org
Ever heard that phrase before? For those who have become inactive Catholics, there is a web site designed specifically to provide information to those who are considering a return to the Church along with the address of the nearest parish that has a ministry to inactive Catholics.
Your Aging Parent: www.YourAgingParent.com
Spiritual resources and information for Catholic caregivers.