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30 Days. Monthly. Also in English. Directed by Giulio Andreotti.
Alive!. A monthly Catholic tabloid. The first newspaper in Ireland distributed free of charge.
All Things Catholic. Secrets from the Vatican. The newsletter of John L. Allen, Jr.
America. Weekly magazine founded and directed by U.S. Jesuits.
Anglicans On Line. News and documentation on the Anglican Church throughout the world.
Avvenire. The Italian Episcopal Conferences daily newspaper.
Catholic Educator’s Resource Center. A selection of articles, essays, and books on the most controversial topics in the Church.
Catholics for Israel. To speed up reconciliation between the Jews and the Church.
CBN. The radio/television colossus founded by Rev. Pat Robertson "so that the reign of God might come on earth."
Chiesa. News, analysis, and documents on the Catholic Church, by Sandro Magister, Rome.
Christian Order is a British international monthly devoted to the defense and propagation of the One True Faith - Catholic, Apostolic and Roman - through incisive comment on current affairs in Church and State; at home and abroad.
Christianity Today. Founded by Billy Graham. News voice for evangelical Christians around the world.
Commonweal. Catholic biweekly on religion, politics and culture. Columnists: Joseph A. Komonchak and Robert P. Imbelli.
ConVivencia. The free voice of Cuba. Founded and directed by Dagoberto Valdés Hernández.
Criterio. Catholic monthly from Argentina.
CTV. Vatican Television Center.
Cuba Católica. A portal for Catholic Cubans in exile.
Decryptage. Of the "Fondation de Service Politique", Paris.
Études. Journal of culture founded by the Jesuits in Paris in 1856.
EWTN. Eternal Word Television Network. The worldwide television and radio network founded in Alabama by Mother Angelica.
First Things. For a religiously informed public life. Founded by Fr. Richard John Neuhaus (1936-2009).
Inside the Vatican. Edited in Rome for English-speaking Catholics all over the world. Directed by Robert Moynihan.
InsideCatholic.com. A multimedia forum of American "compassionate conservatism." Featuring a blog maintained by multiple contributors, and the monthly magazine "Crisis."
Islamica Magazine. A cultured platform for worldwide Islam. It published the "letter of the 138" addressed to Benedict XVI after Regensburg.
Japan Catholic News. English version of the Japanese Catholic weekly “Katorikku Shimbun.”
Katholiek Nieuwsblad. Catholic weekly in the Netherlands.
Katolsk Observatör. A web magazine in Stockholm, Sweden, from a traditional and “close to Rome” viewpoint.
Keston News Service. Religious news service for Russia and the surrounding region.
Forum 18. News and reports from everywhere religious freedom is violated. Edited in Oslo, Norway.
La Civiltŕ Cattolica. Historic voice of a Jesuit community in Rome. With the papal imprimatur.
La Croix. Catholic voice of the daily press in France.
La Documentation Catholique. Texts and documents on Church life and current events.
Living City. The magazine of the Focolarini.
Los Angeles Times. The Religion section of the West Coast newspaper.
L'Osservatore Romano. The pope's newspaper.
MEMRI. The Middle East Media Research Institute. A roundup of the Arab, Jewish, and Persian-language press, translated in English.
Mensaje. Magazine founded and directed by Jesuits in Chile.
Mirada Global. An online selection of Latin American Catholic magazines. Directed by Jesuit Frs. Antonio Delfau and Marco Lacerda.
Mondo e Missione. From the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions. A selection of articles in English.
National Catholic Reporter. Leading weekly of liberal Catholics in the U.S.
New Oxford Review. A magazine produced from California by Anglican converts to the Church of Rome, as their patron Newman.
Oasis. Magazine of the patriarchate of Venice for the Christians of the East. In Italian, English, French, Arabic, and Urdu. With a monthly Newsletter.
On Faith. The multireligious forum by Newsweek and the Washington Post.
Radio Maria. In five languages and four continents, directed by Fr. Livio Fanzaga.
Religiondigital.com. Highly popular religious section. By José Manuel Vidal.
Reset. Analyses and documents on dialogues on civilizations. In various languages included Arabic.
Sat 2000. The satellite TV station of the Italian Episcopal Conference.
SEDOS Bulletin. Study and documentary service focused on the missions.
St. Anthony Messenger Press. Sets a circulation record. Translated in many languages.
The Catholic Herald. The leading Catholic newspaper in Great Britain.
The Catholic Thing. A commentary forum moderated by Robert Royal.
The Christian Science Monitor. Boston daily. Published of the First Church of Christ, Scientist.
The Tablet. U.K. Catholic weekly of a liberal stamp.
The Wanderer. Historic voice since 1867 of American traditional Catholics.
Traces. The official magazine of Communion and Liberation.
Tripod. A quarterly journal on Christianity in China, published by the Holy Spirit Study Centre in Hong Kong.
Tygodnik Powszechny. An historical weekly magazine for Krakow's Catholics.
Valores Religiosos. A weekly supplement of the Argentinian daily "Clarin," edited by the archdiocese of Buenos Aires.
Vatican Radio. In every language, throughout the world.
Watani. Or, My Homeland. A weekly newspaper for Coptic Christians, printed in Cairo. In Arabic and English.
World. Like "Time" or "Newsweek." But from an evangelical Christian prospective. Directed by Marvin Olasky.
YouTube. The Vatican's channel. Daily news videos on the pope and the Holy See.