Catholic Resources

Looking for ways to deepen your faith and grow closer to God? You can find links to some great Catholic websites and resources to help you on the Way below!

Archdiocese of Philadelphia: The Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s website has some great resources for things happening close to home!

Catholic Philly: Looking for information, articles, and events taking place in and around the Archdiocese of Philadelphia? Check out Catholic Philly’s website!

Catholics Come Home: Are you considering coming back to the Catholic Church after leaving? Have you never been Catholic, but are interested in finding out more? You are always welcome here! Check out Catholics Come Home!

Dynamic Catholic: Dynamic Catholic offers lots of free resources to help you deepen your relationship with Christ – they even offer free books!

EWTN: EWTN is a Catholic media company that you have probably seen on your TV or heard on your radio! Check out their website for details about their programming.

FORMED: FORMED is an amazing online Catholic resource that provides videos, podcasts, Bible studies, faith talks, full-length movies, and so much more. There is content for all ages, both young and old!

Our Lady of Grace has our own FORMED subscription! Please contact our Director of Religious Education, Christine Flack, for details and access. She can be reached at:

Hope in Christ: Spiritual Support for Addiction: Seeking spiritual support in the journey towards recovery? Many parishes around the Archdiocese are extending God’s merciful and loving hand to those who have an addiction as well as their families and loved ones. The Hope in Christ: Spiritual Support for Addiction webpage provides a central location for resources, ongoing support, events, and testimonies that are happening throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

Newman Guide to Catholic Colleges: Is it time for you or your child to start looking into higher education? The Newman Guide provides a comprehensive list of all colleges and universities that are not just “Catholic in name,” but have a serious commitment to a faithful Catholic education.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Daily Mass readings, Church teachings, latest news, and so much more can be found here!

Youth and Young Adults: The following websites are awesome Catholic resources for young people:


Steubenville Conferences:

Vocations: Are you or someone you know interested in learning more about religious vocations? Check out these awesome sites!

Heed The Call:

National Conference of Diocesan Vocation Directors:

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary:

Vianney Vocations: