Online Resources


Archdiocese of Detroit Vocations: Supported by the Archdiocese this site is an excellent place to start if one is considering they might have a vocation to the priesthood or deaconate.

United States Council of Serra International: The mission of Serra is to “foster and affirm vocations to the ordained priesthood and vowed religious life in the United States and, through this ministry, or members’ common Catholic faith.”

Adult Education:

United States Catholic Conference of Bishops: This is an excellent website to go to for a wide variety of reasons. Everything from the daily scripture readings for Mass to information on current religious issues, and you can access the Catechism of the Catholic Church on this website as well.

Catholic Online: Catholic News and Information Center for Catholics and all People of God, to help them deepen their understanding of Our Faith. Find breaking news, information on saints and much more.

Prayer Resources:  Loyola Press offers a 3-minute Retreat and well as other prayer ideas.

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology: A non-profit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition.

Knights of Columbus: This website will not only provide information regarding the organization but also set up to supply information on vocations, religious issues and more.

Websites for the Family:

Catholic Family Life:  In an effort to nurture Catholic Families Loyola Press offers an online newsletter, Family fun ideas and ideas on how to integrate God into daily family life.

Domestic Church: This is a family apostolate that provides very good links to information, activities and articles to support the work of creating a Catholic household.

Home Faith: Published by the Claretians, this website is devoted to nurturing spirituality in Catholic Families.

Apostolate for Family Consecration: The Apostolate for Family Consecration was founded to simultaneously transform families and parises; and to nourish families through the Catholic Faith in the Eucharistic and Marian Spirit of Pope John Paul II.

Mass Times when on Vacation: Mass Times was developed in 1994, to help traveling Catholics in the USA find a nearby church with a schedule of Masses.