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  • It's a lot of everything, from daily readings to saints of the day to apologetics. There's a daily catechism feature, a variety of prayers and commentary.

  • It is enriching Catholic reading from a variety of writers, with topics that range from news and feast days to books and opinion.

  • Founded by Randy Hain and Deacon Mike Bickerstaff, this is an e-magazine that focuses on integrating faith, family and work. It features timely articles, quotes from the saints, questions and answers and blogs.

  • Creates effective and compassionate media messages encouraging inactive Catholics and others to live a deeper faith in Jesus Christ in accord with the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

  • A non-profit institute that promotes life transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition through books and publications to multimedia and online programming.

  • Find the daily Mass readings in text and audio. Podcasts also available. Includes daily reflections. From the USCCB.

  • Access to the Vatican Library, Vatican Museums, Vatican Publishing House, etc.

  • Read about or listen to EWTN's television and radio shows. Search for official church documents. A wealth of Catholic information.

  • International independent news agency reporting from Rome. News about the Pope and the Holy See, Church events of interest to Christians worldwide.

  • Search the New American bible online.

  • Homepage of the Lincoln Diocese.

  • Searchable Catechism of the Catholic Church online.

  • Find out the Pope's prayer intentions each month.

  • Complete information about retreats, the facilities, directions to our diocesan retreat house near Waverly, NE.

  • Learn about our Catholic Faith at home. Text books and workbooks are available free. Your answers can be graded if you wish and upon completion of the course, a graduation certificate will be issued.

  • A wealth of Catholic information including a Q & A and topical forums. Get answers from some of the best apologists in the United States.

  • USCCB reviews for television, movies and DVDs. Also has archived reviews.

  • Film appreciation, information and criticism informed by Christian faith.

  • Home page of the sisters who teach at St. Peter's school.

  • Home page of our local Catholic radio station. Listen live on the internet.

  • Resources about the rosary, i.e. pamphlets, booklets, etc.; and how to pray the rosary.