Here are the top Catholic websites in the world, ranked in order of popularity according to Alexa's TrafficRank software. This is a list of the busiest Catholic websites, which are not necessarily the best Catholic websites. This list was updated on April 6, 2005, modified October 16, 2011. Other more current websites are already listed on this home page.
New Advent – www.newadvent.org*
Eternal Word Television Network – www.ewtn.com*
Catholic Exchange – www.catholicexchange.com
Catholic News Agancy – www.catholicnewsagency.com
Catholics on the Net – www.catholic.net
Catholic Online – www.catholic.org
Spirit Daily – www.spiritdaily.com
The World Seen from Rome – www.zenit.org/english
American Catholic – www.americancatholic.org
Catholic World News – www.cwnews.com => www.catholicculture.org
Catholic Singles – www.catholicsingles.com
Catholic Matters (Sunday Readings & Explanations available) - www.catholicmatters.com*
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Mass Intention for Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015
Please Remember in your Prayers, our parishioners, friends, relatives and their families who are in need of our prayers for comfort, healing, and strength. Especially: Romina Mavy, Dawn Loveland, Randy Stewart, Sharon Backus, Kyle Stotsky, Gay Edwards, John and Lala Lynch, Patty Sevigny, Neil Dobermilley, John Sheeks, Mark Frank, Scott Lusty, Vicki Wood, Nathan Simmons, Philip Stivers, Leslie Smith, Audrey Blache, Therese Bibeau, Tessa Meeks, Jeremy Kallgren, Sandra Price, Sally Mathews, Kent Perkins, Callihan Falvey, Marie Anderson, Debbie M., Cathy Justice, Scott Moore, Christa Tidwell, Terry Heinrich, Jim Russell, Jack Petty, Joe Busch, Jim Russell, Rick Grassi, Jack Angelovich, Mary Chenery, Justin Roysdon, Stevie Sanchez & Jack Larsen, Fr. Oscar Lukefahr, Ella Raugust, Jason Evans & Bob Schmid
And for the souls of the departed: Brady West & Richard Kemski
Today, I am happy to announce the publication of a new Pastoral Letter to the People of God of the Diocese of Cheyenne regarding Marriage, Family and Vocations. The letter is being formatted and prepared for publication as we speak. After the first of the year, the letter will be mailed to every registered household in the diocese.
I share with you today a digital version of the document solely for the purposes of helping your prepare to carry out the mandates of the letter. Primarily, I alert your attention to the following:
* Prayer for vocations at every Mass
* Holy Hour in every parish once a week
* Encourage all to pray the Angelus
* Where possible, churches to restore the practice of ringing the Angelus bells at noon
Those are the primary points, though there are several other broad requests of individuals and families, which I ask you to be aware of and to facilitate as possible.
Fr. Titus will be in touch soon regarding specific tasks we need your assistance in meeting the new priorities that begin January 1.
On this my 5th anniversary as your bishop, I give thanks for each and everyone of you! May God continue to bless us, our ministry and all those we serve!
In The Heart of Christ,
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