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Catholic web sites:

bullet Lists of links to Catholic web sites:
bullet The Association for the rights of Catholics in the Church maintains a list of links to Catholic publications and renewal sites at:
bullet Individual Catholic web sites: >
bullet "Abuse in the Catholic Church," Spotlight Investigation, The Boston Globe, at:
bullet Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church promotes: "...substantive structural change in the Catholic Church... to institutionalize a collegial understanding of Church in which decision-making is shared and accountability is realized among Catholics of every kind and condition. See:

bullet includes: "... Bible word search, crosswords, bible coloring pages and many other games" to help children learn about Catholicism by playing. See:

bullet Call to Action " a Catholic movement working for equality and justice in the Church and society." See:
bullet Catholic Answers is an "Apologetics and Evangelization" Web site at: 
bullet Catholic-Heirarchy is an unofficial web site David M. Cheney documenting current and historical information about the Church's bishops and dioceses. See:
bullet The Catholic Information Center is at:
bullet CatholicNews Agency (CNA) at:
bullet Catholics for a Changing Church, (CCC) formerly the Catholic Renewal Movement, advocates change in the Church, towards the vision of Vatican 2 and the example of John XXIII. See:
bullet Children of Priests is a web site for children of Roman Catholic priests, and their families and friends.  See:
bullet Courage is a support group for persons experiencing unwanted same-sex attractions. They advocate chastity, and are an apostolate of the Catholic Church. See:
bullet Dignity is a support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Catholics. They believe that: "As GLBT Catholics, it is our right, our privilege, and our duty to live the sacramental life of the Church. We believe that we can express our sexuality in a loving, life-affirming manner that is in keeping with Christ's teaching." See:
bullet Direct From Lourdes offers Catholic products, direct from Lourdes in France. They also provide free services, such as free prayer delivery to the shrine and a free candle lighting service. See:

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bullet EWTN, Global Catholic 
Network The Eternal Word TV Network (EWTN) is a Roman Catholic cable TV network that reaches 55 million homes in 38 countries. It was started in 1981 by Mother Angelica,. See: They sponsor a TV network, radio network, tours, and pilgrimages. They also sell books, religious articles, etc. They are accessible across North America on Sirius satellite radio.
bullet The Focolare Movement is an ecumenical movement which includes many specialist groups directed at families, youth, priests, the religious, etc. Their international home page is at:
bullet FutureChurch "...advocates widespread discussion of the need to open ordination to all baptized Catholics who are called to priestly ministry by God and the people of God" including both married and single men and women. See:
bullet An unofficial Web site for the Legion of Mary ("the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic Church") is at: 
bullet shares quality material about holy sites from the Holy Land in the form of downloadable e-books, movie clips and images. See:
bullet The official website of the Old Catholic Church in Great Britain is at:
bullet Priests for Life advocate the total removal of access to legal abortions, even in cases of women who would otherwise die. See:
bullet Real Catholic TV is the first Catholic TV information source available only over the Internet. They have a free and a premium access service. See:
bullet A Religious Experience is a web site maintained by Wayne Ottenbreit, a teacher of religious studies at a Roman Catholic high school in Alberta, Canada. See:
bullet Resigned Priests Forum is "a forum for issues regarding prejudice and discrimination against resigned [Roman Catholic] priests and seminary dropouts," at:
bullet Roman Catholic Womenpriests promote and end of sexism and "...the full equality of women in the Roman Catholic Church [while]...striving for a new model of Priestly Ministry." See:
bullet SNAP is the "Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests." They are "the nation's largest, oldest and most active support group for women and men wounded by religious authority figures." See:
bullet Take Back Our Church seeks "...ownership and citizenship in the people's Church envisioned at Vatican II, attended by accountable, listening servant-bishops." See:
bullet The Vatican's English web site is at:

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