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A comprehensive database of UK counsellors, with information on their training and experience, areas of counselling covered, fees and contact details. This service is free, confidential and easy to use so don't suffer in silence anymore.

 
IEC 2012 is a company limited by guarantee and registered in Ireland in 2010. The company was established for the purposes of preparing for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress which will take place in Ireland in June, 2012.

 
The official website of the Diocese of Derry.

 
A news service, founded by the Holy See Press Office, that provides information about the Magisterium and the pastoral activities of the Holy Father and the Roman Curia.

 
An agency of the Irish Bishops' Conference.

 
The official website of the Archdiocese of Armagh.

 
The Irish School of Ecumenics is a postgraduate institute of Trinity College Dublin committed to applied research at the intersection of politics, theology and religion.

 
The MSC are part of an international congregation of vowed male Religious founded in 1854 by Jules Chevalier, a young French priest.

 
A registered charity set up to promote and support the work of the Catholic Church in Ireland and abroad on the World Wide Web.

 
Daily access to the latest Catholic news from around the world, straight from the highly-regarded, Rome-based Zenit News Service.

 
The aim of the Pontifical Mission Societies is to promote a universal missionary spirit among Catholics by encouraging them to give spiritual and financial assistance to the missionary activity
of the Church.

 
The official website of Drumragh Parish (Omagh), a parish of the
Derry Diocese.

 
As a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, the Mission of Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute is to promote Christian unity and interreligious dialogue in North America.

 
A daily Catholic and religious information service which reports the latest Australian and international news.

 
An independent Catholic news service staffed by lay Catholic journalists, dedicated to providing accurate world news, written from a distinctively Catholic perspective.

 
ICN is the first daily Catholic online news service in the UK. This site is run by Catholic journalists based in London, England. There are also more than twenty regular contributors around the world.

 
A weekly newspaper, which provides news and informed comment about the Church and social issues in Ireland and the world.

 
Reports, comments and reflects on the church and society. It strives for excellence in its publications, supporting a full, honest and open exchange of ideas. It works out of a Roman Catholic tradition and an ecumenical spirit. It emphasises solidarity with the oppressed and respect for all. It understands that peace, justice and integrity of environment are not only goals but also avenues of life.

 
A non-profit international news agency comprising a team of professionals and volunteers who are convinced of the
extraordinary richness of the Catholic Church's message,
particularly its social doctrine.

 
A website by the De La Salle Brothers that Includes a reflection and prayer specific to each day of the year, as well as links to subjects of the school curriculum.

 
A prayer site, updated daily, which guides you through a ten minute session of prayer, centred on a passage of scripture chosen specially for the day.

 
The official website of Pomeroy Parish, a parish of the
Armagh Archdiocese.

 
An ecumenical Christian's monastic order in Taizé, Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy, France.

 
This website has been created, to give us all, wherever we are, at all times, the chance to participate in the Church's universal prayer.

 
The official website of Cappagh Parish (Killyclogher), a parish of the
Derry Diocese.

 

 

GodTube
(recommended website: 17th February, 2008)
 
A free video sharing website much like the infamous YouTube but which specialises in Christian-themed videos. The website has a
huge selection of themes, from Christian music videos to
fascinating insights on how the liturgy is celebrated in other
countries and cultures.

My Catholic
(recommended website: 24th February, 2008)
 
Personalise your content, layout and preferences. Choose from daily Mass readings, reflections, news, links, tools and more.

Catholic Room
(recommended website: 2nd March, 2008)
 
Catholic news, inspirational stories, articles and links
presented by topics.

Catholic Content
(recommended website: 9th March, 2008)
 
Offers free content to Catholic blogs and other (non-profit) Catholic websites. By simply adding a few lines to your HTML code, you can easily provide Mass readings, reflections and more to your readers.

Catholic Catechist
(recommended website: 23rd March, 2008)
 
Online curriculum support for catechists with discussion group, Catholic links etc. Some content requires subscription.

 
The website of the Commission for Pastoral Renewal and
Adult Faith Development.

The Text This Week
(recommended website: 11th May, 2008)
 
A comprehensive guide to the scriptural texts for the week, which provides links including commentary, exegesis and reflections.

International Eucharistic Congress
(recommended website: 15th June, 2008)
 
The website of the International Eucharistic Congress, which provides up-to-date information on the congress and its proceedings.

Year of Vocation
(recommended website: 22nd June, 2008)
 
The website for the Year of Vocation.

Year of St. Paul
(recommended website: 29th June, 2008)
 
A website containing information and resourses on the
Year of St. Paul.

Jesuit Centre for Faith & Justice
(recommended website: 7th September, 2008)
 
A forum to discuss and share your reactions to Jesus: Social Revolutionary? This book, published by Veritas is written by Fr. Peter McVerry SJ, a Jesuit priest based at the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice in Dublin.

Pontificio Consiglio delle
Communicazioni Sociali
(recommended website: 14th September, 2008)
 
The homepage for the Pontifical Council for Social Communication offers links to Vatican media services and Catholic press from across the globe.

The Vatican's YouTube Channel
(recommended website: 1st February, 2009)
 
This channel offers news coverage of the main activities of the Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI and of relevant Vatican events.
It is updated daily.

Derry Diocesan Catechetical Centre
(recommended website: 1st November, 2009)
 
The website for the Derry Diocesan Catechetical Centre was launched by Bishop Hegarty. This website will help individuals and families both young and old to explore their faith. Check out the Youth Section and the very popular Thought for the Week.