What are your favorite Catholic sites and blogs?


Our Sunday Visitor asks the question: “What are your can’t-leave-home-without-them” Catholic websites. OSV Daily Take Blog: What are your can’t-leave-home-without Catholic websites? You know, the Catholic sites you check every day.

Mine are:

newadvent.org
catholic.org
spiritdaily.com
creativeminorityreport.com

Which Catholics sites do you check every day? Please leave a comment and let us know!

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Dr Taylor Marshall

Author. Philosopher. Thought Leader. Speaker. Husband. Father of 7.

10 thoughts on “What are your favorite Catholic sites and blogs?”

  1. Hello,

    I would like to invite you to visit my website and read the articles I have posted.  Mine is a Christian oriented site with articles that focus on Christian living.  My site is entitled, “Opinion Thoughts, Opinion Expressed.”  The articles have a Christian theme and sometimes a political overtone.  As a Christian I am always looking to exalt the Christ and what He has done for us through His sacrifice on the Cross.  Occasionally, however, as an American, I also express my thoughts and opinions through analysis of current events and political happenings.  So if you would like to visit my site just paste the address below into your browser:

     

    http://www.jimkillebrew.blogspot.com/

     

    I appreciate your reading my articles and hope you visit often.  I try to update the site with two to three articles per week.

     

    Thanks

     

    Jim Killebrew

  2. Hello,

    I would like to invite you to visit my website and read the articles I have posted.  Mine is a Christian oriented site with articles that focus on Christian living.  My site is entitled, “Opinion Thoughts, Opinion Expressed.”  The articles have a Christian theme and sometimes a political overtone.  As a Christian I am always looking to exalt the Christ and what He has done for us through His sacrifice on the Cross.  Occasionally, however, as an American, I also express my thoughts and opinions through analysis of current events and political happenings.  So if you would like to visit my site just paste the address below into your browser:

     

    http://www.jimkillebrew.blogspot.com/

     

    I appreciate your reading my articles and hope you visit often.  I try to update the site with two to three articles per week.

     

    Thanks

     

    Jim Killebrew

  3. Hello,

    I would like to invite you to visit my website and read the articles I have posted.  Mine is a Christian oriented site with articles that focus on Christian living.  My site is entitled, “Opinion Thoughts, Opinion Expressed.”  The articles have a Christian theme and sometimes a political overtone.  As a Christian I am always looking to exalt the Christ and what He has done for us through His sacrifice on the Cross.  Occasionally, however, as an American, I also express my thoughts and opinions through analysis of current events and political happenings.  So if you would like to visit my site just paste the address below into your browser:

     

    http://www.jimkillebrew.blogspot.com/

     

    I appreciate your reading my articles and hope you visit often.  I try to update the site with two to three articles per week.

     

    Thanks

     

    Jim Killebrew

  4. I visit many Catholic sites, but on days when I’m pressed for time I always follow this little routine
    spiritdaily.com
    catholicaudio.blogspot.com
    cantuar.blogspot.com (of course)
    jimmyakin.org

  5. Canterbury Tales
    Mark Shea’s “Catholic and Enjoying It!”
    Fr. Longenecker’s “Standing on my Head”

    Also, “Front Porch Republic” is a good, level-headed, traditionalist conservative blog of an orthodox (little ‘o’) Christian flavor.

  6. There are many Catholic sites that I visit on a *semi-daily* basis, but the two that I tend to check on a *daily* basis are Called To Communion and The Crescat. 

    I have a particular affinity for Called To Communion, because the site is maintained by  fomer Reformed Protestant (Calvinist) Christians who have become Catholics, which is, to some degree, my own story, and because CTC itself played a large role in my “reversion” to Catholicism after years as a Reformed Protestant! :)   

    I love The Crescat, because of its distinctive combination of firm, orthodox Catholicism and an outrageous sense of humor.  I don’t always agree with every single thing that is posted there, or more accurately, I might simply phrase certain things a bit differently, but for my money, there is no Catholic blog that is more fun and compulsively readable than The Crescat. :)

    (I love your blog too, Taylor!  It’s great that we get to benefit from your insight here and at Called To Communion!)

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