Catholic.net aims to form an online Catholic community committed to evangelize the social world by building up the Kingdom of Christ through their families, parishes, dioceses, and general communities.
Catholic.net is supported by the generosity of its donors, and the invaluable work of its volunteers who are religious and laypersons from congregations and movements faithful to the Magisterium.
What Is New
Church teaching Q&A, proactive advocacy for the pro-life cause and protection of the family, Scriptures, Church documents, daily saints, traditional Catholic prayers, devotionals, news and mainstream media watch, live online radio, daily Mass, formation on righteous stewardship are some of the new editorial offerings on the new Catholic.net.
Most controversial topics like the defense of human life and family, chastity, homosexuality, parenting, genuine femininity, godly male leadership, and environmental preservation will also be part of the new editorial mix.
Practical tips on catholic education, catholic events, fitness, charity, religious vocations, married life and many other every day issues will also be highlighted in the new version.
Catholic.net editorial offering is very counter-culture and entirely in accordance with the Magisterium.
All of this is made available on a whole new improved design with interactive tools, pools, forums, and free multimedia content for download.
The best way to help Catholic.net is with prayers for the intentions of the apostolate and all the people it serves.
Catholic.net also offers many exciting volunteer positions that can be filled by religious and laypersons alike.
Keeping Catholic.net online is very costly. Right now, to offer the multimedia content Catholic.net users long for there are webhosting costs that the apostolate cannot afford. Donations are also much needed and appreciated.
Catholic.net is a web based apostolate directed by the Legionaries of Christ and Regnum Christi Movement. Founded in 1995, Catholic.net is available in available in five languages. The solely mission of Catholic.net is to advance the Kingdom of Christ.
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