Links to Other Websites
Heart to Heart Communications - H2HC is non-profit organization which provides a variety of programs for individual and workplace enrichment, especially in the area of leadership.
American Catholic - Daily minute meditations, saints of the day, information about the Catholic faith, and more from the Franciscans and St. Anthony Messenger Press.
Appleseeds - Fr. Brian Cavanaugh, TOR, provides approximately 500 links to sources related to Church, Religion, Saints: Scholarly Spiritual Resources. The links are categorized for easy use.
Center for Action and Contemplation: Fr. Richard Rohr's daily reflections that resonate with the the mission of Living Faith at Work. Sign up for the Daily Meditations. They take about a couple of minutes to read and as long as you want for reflection. They are challenging.
Contemplative Outreach - Dedicated to sharing the practice of centering prayer as taught by Fr. Thomas Keating.
Dynamic Catholic - Its mission is to re-energize the Catholic Church in America by developing world-class resources that inspire people to rediscover the genius of Catholicism. Many resources, many free, from daily reflections to books, CDs, events, and parish programs.
Sacred Space - Daily prayer and reflection guide on-line. Approximately 10 minutes a day. Produced by the Irish Jesuits.
Social Justice Issues and Information - Website of the Office of Social Justice of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Very thorough, very informative.
The Christophers' Three Minutes a Day - Brief inspirational stories and reflections for each day of the year. Click on the day of the week for the current story/reflection.
The Word Among Us - A daily meditation is provided on the home page of this magazine's website. Offers practical help in reading scripture and living in greater openness to the Spirit.
The Liturgy of the Hours (aka the Divine Office) - provides prayers, psalms, and meditation for every hour of every day. Each day's readings and prayers available to read on the website or downloadable to your computer, mobile phone, or PDA.
Word on Fire - Bishop Robert Barron founded resource for proclaiming Christ in the culture. Many resources including the signature Catholicism series. Many blog entries are also available on YouTube.