Catholic News and Commentary
Catholic Answers is probably the premier Catholic apologetics site. It’s often my first line of inquiry when I get stuck on a thorny theological question.
Catholic Herald is an excellent source for global and UK Catholic News, and has published a couple of pieces from yours truly, like “How We Stopped a Black Mass at Harvard” and “Staying Catholic in University: A Survival Guide.”
Catholic News Agency
Catholic News Agency is a daily news source with global coverage of the Catholic Church.
Catholic World Report
Catholic World Report is an online news magazine that speaks from an orthodox Catholic perspective. They have published several of my articles, such as “My Two Years as a Catholic at Oxford.”
Douthat’s Column in the New York Times
Though I occasionally don’t agree with him, Ross Douthat is one of my favorite Catholic commentators. His weekly column at the New York Times is always well worth reading.
Aleteia is a Catholic news and culture site, with insightful and unusual material. They often cover stories I don't see discussed anywhere else.
Though not strictly Catholic, I point to Verily as a source of uplifting material for women. Verily discusses fashion, beauty, relationships, etc in a way that is wholesome and intentionally positive.
The Catholic Gentleman
I didn't forget about you, men! The Catholic Gentleman is like the Art of Manliness, but... you guessed it... Catholic! I find things on here all the time that are interesting and relevant to me as a woman, but it's particularly geared toward producing positive cultural material for men.
Just for Fun
New shareable Christian fun, humor, and inspiration every day.
Eye of The Tiber
Breaking Catholic news so you don't have to.
Liturgy and Tradition
The largest Catholic website in the world. Especially useful for English translations of the works of Thomas Aquinas and the Church Fathers.
Fr. Z's Blog
For all questions pertaining to the liturgy. A great source if you have a question that hasn’t been covered by Catholic Answers!
The official website of the Holy See. Search for the Magisterium of the Supreme Pontiffs (from Pope Leo XIII to Pope Francis); the fundamental texts of Catholicism in various languages (the Sacred Bible, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the documents of the Second Vatican Council and the Code of Canon Law); the documents of Dicasteries, Bodies and Institutions of the Roman Curia.
Online Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
Find out what time and where Mass is at a parish near you!