• The Vatican
    The official site for the Holy Father, the Vatican Congregations, news, documents and audio-visual content.
  • The Catholic Church in England and Wales
    The official site for the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales.
  • The Apostleship of the Sea
    (AOS) is the official agency of the Catholic Church for seafarers and those whose lives depend on the sea. 95% of British overseas trade travels by sea but seafarers are a hidden workforce separated from home and family. Our network of port chaplains and ship visitors reaches out to them offering pastoral and practical support.
  • Venerable English College, Rome
    Seminary training priests for the dioceses of England and Wales
  • Palazzola
    English College Summer Villa situated above Lake Albano, 18 miles south of Rome. Accepts bookings for retreats, conferences holidays and other functions.
  • The Association for the Propagation of the Faith (APF)
    The APF is the principal mission support organisation of the Catholic Church. The APF ensures that young churches have the necessary funds to build churches and schools, to lead people to learn about Christ and build a better world. The collections from the APF – Mill Hill ‘Red Boxes’ and World Mission Sunday enable the Church in England and Wales to share in the spreading of the Gospel in each of the 1,062 mission dioceses in the world.
  • The Society of St Peter the Apostle (SPA)
    The SPA is the Church’s official fundraising body for the training of clergy and religious sisters in mission dioceses around the world. Through prayer and finance SPA members and contributors help the younger churches provide their own priests and religious.
  • Mission Together (Holy Childhood)
    Holy Childhood though its Mission Together programme, encourages children to be concerned with mission through prayer, learning activities and sharing. It is the Church’s official charity for children’s missions overseas. Its unique motto is ‘children helping children’.
  • The Pontifical Missionary Union (PMU)
    The PMU publishes the missionary review Mission Outlook to encourage the interest of  priests, religious and laity in the missionary work of the Church and in developments in the younger churches.
  • Catholic Online
    A comprehensive service based in the USA offering many links to Catholic sites of interest.
  • Catholic pages
    A Catholic “web portal” with directories and links.
  • XT3.COM
    Following Pope John Paul II’s call to use the media in the service of the new evangelisation.
  • Caritas-social action
    An agency of the Bishops’ Conference seeking to promote Catholic social action
    within the Church and in society as a whole.
  • Aid to the Church in Need (UK)
  • CASE
    Catholic Agency to Support Evangelisation.
  • Life for Seekers
    Run by the Catholic Enquiry Office for those seeking information.
  • Catholic Community (UK)
    A Catholic site for the UK offering news, links and internet community resources.
  • Independent Catholic News
    A daily online news service run voluntarily as a work for the Church by Catholic journalists based in London.
  • Conference of Religious in England and WalesSeeking to unite Religious in England and Wales, especially in work
    for justice and peace.
  • Vatican Radio
    The official website for Vatican Radio broadcasting on 105MHz FM.
  • Lourdes
    The official site for the shrine and the office of tourism.
  • Catholic Association
    Organises the Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes.
  • Cambridge Nazareth Trust
    Helps to support and improve the education of children in the Holy Land.
  • Catholic Police Guild
    Open to all Roman Catholic men and women who are serving or who have served in English and Welsh Police Forces (both Police Officers and Civilian Staff) and their Special Constabularies.
  • World Apostolate of Fatima (WAF)
    An international association of the faithful to make known and lived the Gospel message of Fatima
  • CaFE (Catholic Faith Explortion)
    Resources to help Catholics explore and grow in their faith using modern medi
  • Project 2030
    The Twentysomethings and the Thirtysomethings enable young Catholics in their 20’s and 30’s to get together at a social and spiritual level. Events include pilgrimages, trips, holidays, walks and parties.
  • The Catholic Truth Society (CTS)
    Publisher and charity, helping people to understand and practise the Catholic faith. The Chairman of CTS is the Rt Rev Paul Hendricks, Auxiliary Bishop of Southwark
  • Pax Christi
    International Catholic Movement for Peace
  • Friends of the Holy Land
    Supporting Christians in the Holy Land

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