Here are some up-to-date online resources for parents to use for news about our Catholic faith; daily readings; short, daily prayer “retreats;” feast days and celebrations within the liturgical year; and more! Book mark this page, and check back frequently!
Another website that simply has beautiful daily reflections is My Catholic.
Want to really dig into the Sunday readings for the week? Head to We Believe: This Week's Liturgy, for a wide variety of resources for study, reflection and liturgy.
Strong Catholic Family Faith is a website created by catechetical and evangelization staff from the Catholic dioceses of Jefferson City, MO (Jim Kemna); San Jose, CA (Wendy Scherbart); and St. Petersburg, FL (Diane Kledzik) to provide high quality resources to build strong Catholic families.
Catholic Mom, celebrates all things faith, family, and fun from a Catholic perspective with columnists and contributors, a book club, music from an array of talented Catholic musicians, Sunday Gospel activities for children, and a weekly Catholic Moments Podcast with interviews of special people doing extraordinary things to live out our Catholic faith and share it with others.
Living as a Catholic Family (Loyola Press) has a multitude of resources: a monthly online newsletter plus family craft ideas and a monthly calendar for family faith sharing.
American Catholic has several resources such as Saint of the Day, Minute Meditations, Daily Catholic Question, and Top Catholic News. They also have free e-Newsletters that anyone can subscribe to.
Vibrant Faith at Home supports individuals and families of all ages who are intentional about their faith and religious practice as they raise the next generation of committed Christians. The resources on Vibrant Faith @ Home provides seek to equip and empower households to: talk with each other about their faith, pray together in ways that are comfortable and comforting, ritualize their important moments, and reach out in service and support of others. More than 60 faith activities are published each season - spring, summer, fall, and winter. Learning the Faith Activities: Young Families, Teen Families, Young Adults, and Adults .