Links to other sites

This is a list of sites that have links to Universalis. If you have a link to us, and would like to appear in this list, please email us and let us know.

Please note that the appearance of a site on this list does not represent any kind of endorsement of that site, nor does its omission represent any form of disapproval. Not all these sites are Catholic ones, and not all the Catholic ones are necessarily ones that everyone would approve of. We link to sites that link to us; that is all.

Liturgia Hodín - Liturgy of the Hours in Slovak: full Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, automatic calendar calculations: an excellent site.
Liturgie des Heures –  Liturgy of the Hours in French: the official site.

Sacred Space - Guided daily six-step prayer, taking about 10 minutes (or as much longer as you want). Run by the Irish Jesuits and available in Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, and Swedish.
The Psalms in Latin - audio files of each of the Psalms, from the Boston Catholic Journal.

BustedHalo.com - "An online magazine for spiritual seekers in their 20s and 30s".
Lift Up Your Hearts - Worship & Spirituality Site of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.
Catholic Canada
The Mass
Liturgy (New Zealand) - "an ecumenical liturgy and spirituality site with a strong stress on the Liturgy of the Hours".
Den Katolske Kirke i Norge (the Catholic Church in Norway)
Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Avon Stour Pastoral Area, UK.

The Way A journal of contemporary spirituality published by the British Jesuits.
The Order of St Benedict
Carmelite Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary serving the Catholic Church in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Peru.
Irish Province of the Order of Carmelites - "The site contains information on the Carmelites in Ireland as well articles on Carmelite Spirituality. There is also a section with Reflections on the Readings used at Mass for each day of the Church's year".
Carmelite Monastery of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Burgos, Philippines.
Redemptorist Province and Vocations - UK
Secular Franciscan Order
Lay Dominicans of the Central Province, USA.
Lay Community of Saint Benedict (worldwide).
Del La Salle Christian Brothers
Eternal Word Television Network
Catholic Radio Indy 89.1 FM - "established to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people in Central Indiana". Affiliated with EWTN and its radio satellite feed.
Paraclete Press (Orleans,MA) - a Christian multi-media company -- publishing books, videos, sheet music and music recordings -- as well as a printing and video production house.
Catholic Information Network
Catholic Online
CatholiCity - "Wholesome, monitored free Catholic Chat Rooms, email discussion groups, and a keyword searchable links page to over 250 sites."
Catholic Moms 
Loreto House - "Sanctuary of hope for the culture of life".
Zero Gravity - "Prayers, Song Prayers, Devotionals".
Simple Way Limited Partnership and Lay Apostolate - "Supporting the laity in their mission to be transformed by Christ and to transform the world". The materials they produce include an "easy-to-understand tutorial on the Liturgy of the Hours".
Lectors' Notes - "To help lectors prepare for their service at the Eucharist by giving the historical background of the first and second readings, and some oratorical advice."
Agnellus Mirror - "A blog for the Franciscan International Study Centre in Canterbury."
Go to Mary - "to Jesus through Mary".

Campus Ministry at the University of Dayton
Newman Center at Temple University
All Saints Catholic Newman Center at Arizona State University
Center for Liturgy at Saint Louis University - prayer for the coming Sunday, material on the Spirituality for Sunday, understanding the readings, music for Sunday, and an excellent annotated list of links.
The Legion of Mary, Tidewater, VA - "The Legion of Mary is the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic Church, with well over 3 million active members in almost every country of the world. It has been active in the United States since 1931, has been approved by the last 6 Popes (up to John Paul II), and was endorsed by the Second Vatican Council. The main purpose of the Legion of Mary is to give glory to God through the sanctification of its members."
The Emmaus Series - reflections by the Marist Father John Thornill.
God in All Things – a site based on Ignatian spirituality.

Metropolitan Cathedral of St David, Cardiff, Wales
Catholic Parish of St Peter and St Thomas More, "a Catholic Parish in Plymouth, Devon comprising 3 churches and serving 3 schools in the community."
Abbey of the Genesee (Trappist), Piffard, NY
Carmelites of Traverse City, MI
Incarnation Catholic Church
St Teresa's Catholic Church, Albany GA
Guardian Angels Catholic Church, Santee CA
Saint John's Church, Middletown CT
Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary Parish, Lexington KY
Our Lady of the Sign, Fredericton Junction, Canada.
Holy Family Church, Ingol, Lancashire.
St Joseph's Church, Newbury, Berkshire.
St Agatha's Sparkbrook & St Barnabas Balsall Heath, Birmingham.
Worksop Priory, Nottinghamshire.
St. Joseph and St. Alban, Wallasey, Wirral.
St Mungo's Parish, Glasgow.
Little Flower Catholic Church, South Bend IN
Our Lady of the Meadows Catholic Church, Pueblo CO
St Mary of the Immaculate Conception, Edgefield SC
The World Community for Christian Meditation - St. Mark's, Myddelton Square, London.
St Agnes & St Pancras Church, Liverpool (Anglican).
St Mary the Virgin, Swanley (Anglican).
St Saviour's Church, Eastbourne, West Sussex (Anglican).
Church of the Risen Christ, Singapore.
Father Bernabe Millan Sajonas, a priest of the Diocese of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Mission of St. Clare - the Daily Office of the Episcopal Anglican Church.

Traditional Latin Mass in Maryland - a wide range of daily links, much broader in coverage than its title suggests.
In nomine Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti - "a testimony to the love of God and for God... in Latin, English, Italian , French, Spanish with some prayers and biblical texts in Portuguese, German and other languages" - Dr. Enrico Pierosara, Italy.
Padre Pio Devotions