This is a compilation of resources for your edification. They will be sorted according to who they may be most suited for, but don't let that stop you from exploring any and all. Take advantage of them, pass a link along, find a new album to jam to, the sky is the limit.
The Catholic Gentleman: In their words: "We are a community of Catholic men like you, striving to live for Christ by serving our families, our neighbors and the Church." Blog posts, podcast, awesome resources for men striving to be saints in the world today.
Blessed Is She: I cannot recommend this community of Catholic women enough. They provide resources, write daily devotions, and host retreats and brunches all over the country (you can host your own! More info to come on that one.) Please check them out.
Be A Heart: Beautifully-made Christian products that are for anyone really, but have a slightly more feminine appeal. I just received my planner, it's amazing.
Catholic All Year: For anyone really, but especially families, trying to live a liturgical life throughout the year, with printable or purchasable resources available. Kendra Tierney is the mind behind it, and she's very inspiring.
Mothering Spirit: An up and coming collaborative gathering place to reflect on faith and parenting.
Questions About the Catholic Faith: The Diocese of La Crosse has compiled a list of questions as well as answers to help you come to a better understanding on topics such as How God Guides Us, Mary, Theology of the Body, Prayer, Catholic Teaching, and more.
Dappled Things: A quarterly publication in the Catholic art and literature realm. They have a blog featuring essays, poetry, visual art, interviews, etc. as well as opportunities to submit your own work for consideration.
Peace to All Who Enter Here by Josh Garrels: A perfect album to meditate upon, work/clean/read/drive/anything to, I will always recommend. Check it out on Spotify or YouTube!
Being the Beloved, a sermon by Fr. Henri Nouwen
Hey Alpha-ites, here are some great videos of our friend Nicky Gumble interviewing some really interesting folks, including Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa! Have a look!
The Vital University podcast has been working its way through Lent. The most recent episode is a conversation with St. Charles/St. Peter's own Greg Gilbertson, but you should listen to every episode. It's REALLY good stuff. The podcast host, Greg Richards, is a McDonell grad now living in San Antonio. Click here and enjoy...