On this page you will find a selection of Catholic websites which we recommend for news and spiritual input.
RC Diocese of Wrexham – the website of our Diocese
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales – news from our Bishop’s Conference
New Advent – excellent Catholic resources – Catholic Encyclopeadia, Church Fathers, Summa Theologica, Bible and more.
Premier Christian Media – Christian website, radio and TV
Premier Heart to Heart – a monthly media-rich e-newsletter with interviews and news from the Catholic community
Independent Catholic News – established on a voluntary basis in May 2000 in response to Tertio Millennio Adveniente, which called for lay people to play a more active role in the work of the Church. As journalists, we felt this project was one way we could make a contribution.
National Catholic Reporter – Catholic news from around the world
Eternal Word Television Network(EWTN) – featuring Catholic Q and A, a Catholic Document Library, an Audio Library, Catholic News.
Canterbury Tales The blog of convert Dr Taylor Marshall – lots of up to date Catholic comment and conversion stories
Word On Fire Ministries – the preaching and teaching ministry of Fr Robert Barron
St Paul Repository – weekly audio homily and other Catholic teaching material available to listen to on your computer or to download as free podcasts.
Journey with Jesus – Weekly sermons on the lectionary for pastors, along with reviews of poetry, books, film and music.
Radiant Light – Encouragement in the Catholic Faith through the paintings and writings of Elizabeth Wang
Sacred Space – We invite you to spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day.
The Vatican – the official website of the Vatican including; the papal archive, roman curia, liturgical celebrations, news service and library resource.
National Vocations Office – The National Office for Vocation, opened in September 2002, is an Office of the Bishop’s conference of Engalnd and Wales that seeks to work collaboratively with other agencies within the Church in order to: Build a culture of vocation in the Church in England and Wales
Faith Movement – A group of priests, religious and lay Catholics drawn together by a shared vision of Christ.
Youth 2000 – is an independent, international initiative that helps young adults aged 16-35 plug back into God at the heart of the Roman Catholic Church.
Young Christian Workers – an organisation which links groups of young people/young adults together through friendship, formation and action.
Catholic Directory – for up to date parish listings, etc