St. Jude Prayer Book. A site with a hymn and several different prayers to Saint Jude. The site lists another 9-day Novena that has a separate meditation on some aspect of St. Jude's life and works for each day. There is also a prayer for the sick and another for those near death. The site is maintained by the Dominican friars at the Shrine of St. Jude Thaddeus in Chicago, Illinois. Also check out their interesting page dedicated to St. Dominic's Nine Ways of Prayer, which even offers music for meditation! (a RealAudio plug-in is needed).
St. Jude, Patron Saint of Desperate Causes. This site offers yet another 9-day Novena to Saint Jude with separate prayers for each day. This is a page within a larger religious site that you might enjoy exploring, mostly devoted to Mary, the "Immaculate Heart," and contains extensive virtual galleries of pictures and paintings (pick one and make your own electronic prayer card!).
Saint Jude Novena. This U.K. site offers another place to obtain the text for a nine day Novena to Saint Jude that contains a different prayer for each day.
Profile of St. Jude Thaddeus. A brief profile of Saint Jude, who some call the "Forgotten" saint. Hey, even I didn't know St. Jude's feast day is October 28th! This web page is just one entry in a larger work, known as Saints On-Line. Do you have another favorite saint? If so, he or she is probably listed in here.Biography of St. Jude. A short biography of the saint, maintained by a Catholic parish in Blackwood, New Jersey. Can you guess the name of the parish's church?
Epistle of Saint Jude. Thanks to the electronic text project at the University of Virginia, you can read on-line the one epistle credited to St. Jude. What's your pleasure? You have a choice, though -- read the King James or Revised Standard version? You can read either one, or both side-by-side and compare the text.The Power of Jude. This site is a bit unusual. It offers a book on-line that sermonizes about devotion to St. Jude and that allegedly contains revelations about Saint Jude's life as written down by an Italian "visionary," Maria Valtorta (1897-1961). Go judge for yourself. (The type was so large I got tired of scrolling in order to read it all, but I suppose it's a benefit to those with poor eyesight.)
Dominican Shrine of Saint Jude. This site, also from the Dominican friars, is connected with a shrine in New York City. The site boasts an archive of audio recordings of sermons given by the friars that you can download or playback. The site also has a place to send in prayer requests.
Prayer to Saint Jude. A simple one page site with a prayer.St. Jude Web Shrine. A simple site with one prayer to Saint Jude.
Prayer to Saint Jude. A personal web page site with a prayer to St. Jude and a page with many testimonials to the Divine intervention and blessings bestowed by God.St. Jude Devotion. Another personal web page that lists a somewhat different Novena to Saint Jude
A Place for Prayer.
- The Vatican Web Site. This is the official site of the Vatican. It is heavy on the documents and there are not many graphics, but it is still interesting to visit.
- Sistine Chapel Virtual Tour. If you can't get to Rome, then this is an easy way to tour the famous chapel. Several good pictures of Michelangelo's famous ceiling frescos are here.
- Eternal Word Television Network. The web site of the Catholic cable channel EWTN is chock full of interesting things to see and read. A very well done site.
- The Catholic Pages. A fun place to visit, this site offers a "Catholic Start Page" for web browsing, along with jokes, book reviews and tidbits on church history. Who says Catholics can't have fun?
- Catholic Community. A well organized site, chock full of resources for prayer, devotion, inspiration, cathecism and learning. Easily navigated.
- Catholicity. A "virtual" Catholic community with personal home pages, shopping and more.
On-Line Catholic History & Information.
- Monks of Adoration Live Chapel Web Cam. Need a place to pray? Some computer-savy monks have set up an on-line chapel you can visit for prayer or quiet contemplation.
- Reflections on Ouselves. This site offers spitiual food for thought.
- Soul Surfing. This site updates weekly and provides some personal spiritual musings from its author, such as where God can be found in the midst of simple universal human experiences as well as times of crisis.
Devotion to Mary.
- Catholic Encyclopedia. A group is working to electronically transcribe and upload the entire text of this encyclopedia. A handy reference.
- Catechism. If you want to know Church doctrine on what it means to be Catholic, surf here.
- Catholic Online Saints and Angels. If you are searching for information on a saint, go here.
- Fertility and Catholicism. This site deals in a gentle way with the delicate issues of fertility, natural family planning and alternatives to contraception.
Still more links.
- How to Pray the Rosary. A site maintained by a group a Catholic parishioners in Wyoming, has every thing you need to learn this devotion to Mary.
- How to Pray the Rosary. This site, maintained by the Dominican Fathers at the Rosary Center, offers another place to learn to pray the rosary.
- Virtual Rosary. Looking for a multimedia way to pray the rosary? Check out this site, which offers free software for download. I haven't tried this myself (yet), so I can't vouch for it, but the site describes this Windows-based program "leading you step by step through every prayer, while displaying illustrations and Scripture verses corresponding with the current mystery." It may be worth a look.
- Our Lady of Medjugorje. The Vatican is investigating but has not confirmed these latest apparitions of Mary to children over several years in this small town in the former Yugoslavia. This site provides information about these apparitions.
- Tripod's Catholic Links. The people at tripod.com have provided space free of charge for this web site and others like it. Go to this page for links to other Catholic-related pages maintained at Tripod.
- Roman Catholic Network. RCNet's mission is to provide Catholic dioceses, parishes, schools and institutions an opportunity to have a home page on the Internet. RCNet provides this service free-of-charge to qualified Catholic entities. This site also has some good content on Catholic liturgy and prayer.
- If the sites above aren't enough for you, check out the many other links listed at The Catholic Files, Immaculate Heart, Catholic Goldmine, or Catholic Links,
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