There are many excellent Catholic websites on the Internet. Here are a few great ones to get you started.
Here is a list of streamed Masses all over the world.
When you feel the need to pray, here is an excellent list of basic Catholic Prayers.
If you want
some great positive truth about love, relationships, the Theology of
the Body, and other great Catholic things, check out Sr. Helena Burns' blog.
Here is the
poster of the beautiful Prayer for Lent from Pope
Francis, and the inspiring Message of His Holiness Pope
Francis for Lent 2021.
If you need extra help in dealing with fear, anxiety, stress, or other psychological or emotional problems in your life, and you would like help from someone who also shares our Catholic Faith, here are two great people who have come out and talked to us at our meetings:
Dominique Ma, Registered Psychologist www.dominiquema.ca
Mark Kolodziej, Therapist www.martha7.com
Bishop Robert Barron, who did the awesome
Catholicism series on DVD, also sends out a Daily Gospel Reflection, on
the Gospel from the Mass each day. It is quite short - it only takes a
minute or two to read it, but it is very powerful. It's a great way to
get fed everyday, especially when you are busy, and it's free.
If you are interested in getting it, you can sign up for his Daily Gospel Reflection, here:
They also have lots of great Catholic resources on their main website, here:
This is a great article, by Fr. Michael Cummins:
For our friends who have left the Catholic Church,
this is a great inspiring site and organization, that encourages and
helps people to return to the Catholic Church. Check out the videos on
If you have any more questions on any of the presentations, or the discussion at a meeting, or any other questions about the Catholic Faith, or about life, or any difficulties you are having in your life, please ask your questions.
You can ask your questions in the group at our meetings, you can write your question down and put it in the Question Box at our meetings and this can be anonymous (Fr. Jonathan will answer your question to the group at a meeting), or you can ask me, Fr. Jonathan, directly. I would be happy help you with any questions you have.
Brilliant theologians have been studying the questions of life for many centuries. This may be hard to believe, but it is extremely unlikely that your question or a variation of it, hasn't already been studied intensely. If I don't already know how to answer your question, I can get the answers from our great experts in the Catholic Church.