The Church in the 21st Century
Fresh from Boston College, you'll find:
- The on-line magazine, C21 Resources: A Catalyst and Resource for the Renewal of the Catholic Church.
- New Boston College C21 app, an illuminating resource for you to engage and deepen your faith.
- Podcasts and webcasts of programs and talks held at Boston College.
- On-line workshops and free mini-courses.
An on-line magazine for spiritual seekers. You will find a radio show, podcasts, columns, and blogs; Virtual retreats; Googling God; and games like "Dante's Trivia Interno". Energizing!
Sponsored by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. As the elections approach, we are called to form our consciences and make decisions informed by our faith. This site gives us the latest Catholic thought on issues like immigration, the environment, stem cell research, Iraq, health care, and abortion.
At Home with Our Faith
A great resource for parents. Ideas to help you share your faith with your children, parenting ideas, family and media, weekly meditations, parent-to-parent, and more.
Reflections by the Bay
Our neighbor, Fr. Andy Costello of St. Mary’s, shares his weekly homilies, poetry, comments, and wonderings. Good stuff!
3-Minute Retreat- 3 minutes of quiet time at your computer to reflect on Scripture.
Sunday Connection - readings, background and activities to better understand Sunday scripture.
Art and Faith - How our faith is revealed and deepened in performing arts, visual arts, and film.
Plus articles about Ignatian spirituality, living as a Catholic family (like "10 Tips for Better Mealtimes"), and so much more. Sign up to receive their free newsletters.
Online Ministries from Creighton University
From Creighton University, a Jesuit Catholic institution.
Daily Reflections - written by 50+ faculty , staff, and students. Spiritual exercise for our spiritual wellness.
Weekly Guide for Daily Prayer – summary of the readings for the week as well as help for finding and maintaining a deep relationship with our Lord in the midst of our busy lives.
Online Retreat – being made by people all over the world 24/7. It’s the movements of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola for very busy people.
World Wide Reading Group – a world-wide book club plus a great list of on-line spiritual resources!
Daily prayer by the Irish Jesuits: Spend 10 minutes in this “Sacred Space”, praying here and now as you sit at your computer with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture .
The vibrant site of Franciscan publisher, St. Anthony Messenger Press. Includes minute meditations, saint of the day, Catholic news. Post prayer requests at St. Anthony’s shrine, send free Catholic e-cards, and access the catalogue for printed resources to up-date your faith and deepen your spirituality.
Homilies of Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton - A longtime national and international activist in the peace movement, Bishop Thomas Gumbleton is a founding member of Pax Christi USA and an outspoken critic of violence and militarism. Challenging us to live the Gospels every day.
Center for Action and Contemplation
This educational center grounded in the Christian mystical tradition makes available Franciscan Fr. Richard Rohr's homilies, articles, webcasts, courses.
Boston College's Church in the 21st Century Center offers webcasts and podcasts of C21 events. Archived talks include: Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life; Pope Benedict and the Reception of Vatican II; John's Gospel: Holy Week and Easter and Easter Themes.
Word on Fire
Hear homilies, lectures and interviews from Bishops, prominent theologian, author, and speaker. Great website includes current articles and community forums.