Carondelet Catholic School Web Site - Carondelet Catholic School, sponsored by the Catholic Parishes of Christ the King and St. Thomas the Apostle, is dedicated to providing a strong program that teaches Christian values, supports the education of the whole child and promotes preparing students for a life of continuous learning and service.
The Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis - Very comprehensive site with a large index of spiritual resources, the history of the Archdiocese and much more.
The Catholic Spirit - The official newspaper of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis
Sowers of Justice Web Site - Sowers of Justice is a membership organization for Catholics in the St. Paul/Minneapolis area who are committed to changing hearts and changing social structures on behalf of justice.
Sowers is a network that helps its members to act on behalf of justice in their personal life, their family life, their work life, and their political life.
Sowers is faith-based. Its members use the biblical
principles of justice and Catholic social teaching as the foundation for their work to
create a more just and humane society.
Sowers is action oriented. Its members aim to make a difference by taking collective action that produces real and lasting change on behalf of justice. All members are invited to participate in the legislative advocacy network that is a key part of Sowers.
Office of Social Justice - Web site operated by the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, contains much information on state and local issues and legislation and Catholic social teaching.
Vatican Web Site - Includes audio and video clips of the Holy Father, Vatican News Services, information on the Vatican City and more.
Catholic Charities - Catholic Charities is a multi-program, social service agency serving the 12 counties of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The goal of the agency is to enhance human dignity by promoting personal freedom and fostering hope through service based in faith.
The National Conference of Catholic Bishops - (NCCB) and the United States Catholic Conference (USCC) are the organizations of the American Catholic hierarchy. Through these distinct but closely related organizationsone a canonical entity, the other a civil corporationthe bishops fulfill their responsibilities of leadership and service to Church and nation.
The programs of NCCB/USCC range over the spectrum of Catholic concernsfrom prayers and worship to the state of the economy, from revitalizing parishes to averting nuclear war, from promoting vocations to protecting life at all stages.
Venture Youth Ministry We, the Catholic communities of Saint Thomas the Apostle and Christ the King, invite young people to follow Jesus Christ by being full, active, conscience participants of the community.
Catholic Information Center on Internet has as its mission to make the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, of the teachings and the activities of the Roman Catholic Church, and of the statements of the Popes readily available to as many people as practicable.
CICI is a central directory and premier source of Catholic information on the Internet. CICI provides links to other Catholic Internet sites and access to church documents, information on Catholic organizations, Catholic periodicals and books, a forum for questions and answers, and will provide homepages for all dioceses and other relevant information. CICI provides access to information and creates a strong and unified Catholic presence on the Internet through a directory of and links to Catholic Internet sites.
Other Metro Area Catholic Churches on the Web
|Basilica of St. Mary's||Minneapolis|
|Cathedral of St. Paul||St. Paul|
|Holy Name of Jesus||Wayzata|
|Nativity of Our Lord||St. Paul|
|Our Lady of Lourdes||Minneapolis|
|Pax Christi||Eden Prairie|
|St. Agnes||Saint Paul|
|St. Ambrose of Woodbury||Woodbury|
|St. Francis of Assisi||Lake St. Croix Beach|
|St. Gerard||Brooklyn Park|
|St. Joan of Arc||Minneapolis|
|St. John Neumann||Eagan|
|St. Lawrence / Newman Center||Minneapolis|
|St. Mary||St. Paul|
|St. Patrick of Cedar Creek||Oak Grove|
|St. Thomas Becket||Eagan|
|St. Wenceslaus||New Prague|
|Saints Peter & Paul||Loretto|