Web Resources

is the official web site of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. It is very useful to learn and know more about the Canadian Catholic Church and its functioning.
is the official website of the Holy See. It covers most of the resources from the Vatican. It contains the Pope’s programs, messages, and how the Vatican functions etc.
This is the website of our diocese.
You want to read from a Catholic Bible? It is available in this web page of the US Catholic Conference of Bishops.


These are daily reflections on the Word. Provided by the  US Catholic Conference of Bishops.
These are video reflections. Provided by the US Catholic Conference of Bishops.
These are video presentations on various topics, including the Sacraments. Provided by the US Catholic Conference of Bishops.
and this their main page which has other resources too.
It provides authentic Catholic answers to many questions we have in our faith journey. It provides an e-library, a radio link, different Catholic forums, bookstall etc.
provides Catholic scripture study programs.
For those who would like to know more about the 7 Sacraments, Catholic Faith (RCIA), and more ….
You are interested in sending an e-card on a birthday, Christmas or on any special occasion, it is available here.
Are three web sites dealing with topics related to family, marriage, parenting, children, human life, human sexuality, gender issues etc.
It covers most of the prolife, family and culture news.
Welland - Port Colborne Pro Life group
Friends with benefits.., safer sex? Our generation found out the hard way that none of it gives us the love we long for. Romance without regret does exist… No fear tactics. No guilt trips. You will see the why and how of this, here.
NFP or Natural Family Planning is the general term for natural and moral methods of family planning in the Catholic Church, inspired by the encyclical Humanae Vitae.
Are you troubled by temptations such as masturbation? These sites offer answers as to why these actions of self-gratification are sinful .
The National Catholic Bioethics Center conducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences.
A group of researchers, physicians and journalists dedicated to educating the dangers posed by many Rx medicines.
is web section which is part of the main EWTN website:
is full of Catholic resources for every age. It includes TV programs, e-Library, daily Mass, prayer programs, discussion-groups, question and answers etc.
The liturgy of the hours is the official common prayer of the Catholic Church. It ranks next to Holy Mass. This site has the audio version too.
When you experience problems of challenges in married life, this site will help. You want to come out of pornography or other addictions they have lots of programs to help.
Their official website.
The Kinights of Columbus is a Catholic organization for Catholic families especially for men.  It will give you an idea, how vibrant this organization is.
FOCUS is a Catholic collegiate outreach whose mission is to share the hope and joy of the gospel with college and university students. Trained in Church teaching, prayer, sacred Scripture, evangelization and discipleship, FOCUS missionaries encounter students in friendship where they are, inviting them into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and accompanying them as they pursue lives of virtue and excellence.
A Catholic sponsorship program engaged in a variety of social and charitable activities. www.cnewa.ca is another org. providing humanitarian and pastoral support.
is what Catholic teens celebrate. Edge ministry is a similar program from the same group for pre-teens.
Are you or a loved one experiencing homosexual attractions and looking for answers? Courage, an apostolate of the Roman Catholic Church, ministers to those with same-sex attractions and their loved ones. They also have an outreach called. Encourage which ministers to relatives and friends of persons with same-sex attractions.
This site provides materials for Children's Liturgy. (This is NOT a FREE resource - package cost involved)
https://dynamiccatholic.com/blessed   Page for First Reconcilation and First Holy Communion
https://dynamiccatholic.com/confirmation  Page for Confirmation materials
This site provides links to FREE materials and especially for Children. Every Catholic deserves to have access to the very best resources available. That’s why we create the most effective programs the Church
Sunrise Marian Distribution company. Visit online to search our huge online selection of Catholic and faith based resources.
Brant Pitre is a professor of sacred Scripture at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the bestselling author of "Jesus, the Tribulation, and the End of Exile" and "Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist". He lives in Louisiana. Follow his regular videos on youtube or purchase his work at Catholic Productions.
Ask Fr. Robert J. Spitzer - Fr. Spitzer is founder and currently active as President of the Magis Center of Reason and Faith, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing educational materials on the complementarity of science, philosophy, and faith. He is also President of the Spitzer Center of Ethical Leadership, dedicated to helping Catholic and for-profit organizations develop leadership, constructive cultures, and virtue ethics.
There are many people that feel that science and religion hold opposing views. The following links are to help and guide you to the answers.
This is relatively new web site created by Bishop Robert Barron, who helps us with the question: Is Religion Opposed to Science?
In many areas of life, it is important that citizens do their due diligence and research or investigate the facts presented to them. There have been reports of extreme bias in main stream media reporting, fake news on social media sites, and large organizations creating fake data. Science does not hold all the answers, and what it produces in scientific literature, does not automatically mean that this is a solid truth. Science is never settled and there is no such thing as a consensus among scientists. A study today may claim data supports a spcific conclusion then another study tomorrow may claim the exact opposite using the same or different data. Scientitifc studies are often funded by specific interest groups, making the results seem biased. As an example: when a large tobacco company pays for a study that results in a scientific paper claiming that smoking may be good for you. This does not automatically mean that the study is flawed, but a logical conclusion has to be whether or not the study has been influenced by the group paying for it and hence the results may be reflecting a more positive outcome to what the paying group wanted. For governments this works exactly the same. If scientific literature can be used to steer policies in a particular direction, then the outcome could be that we end up paying for this with our taxes. So please take a moment and use your education to learn more about the topics being discussed each and every day.