The Holy See (the official Vatican Page)
Christus Rex et Redemptor Mundi (Private Catholic site, with documents and very good art)
The New Advent site includes the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia.
With one click, Universalis allows us to read the day's Breviary and Missal
Catholic First offers many online materials: Catholic Classics, Information, News, the Church Fathers, Church Documents, Traditional Prayers and Devotions, Douay-Rheims Bible, Catechism, the Mass...
Another large Catholic site is Catholic Online which has a large list of Catholic publications as well as offering CCN (Catholic Communications Network) with links to many Catholic news stories.
You have access to 8000 links in the Theology Library of Spring Hill College.
Zenit is one of the major Catholic-centered new services.
The Claretians operate U.S.Catholic, it has especially good resources on the Church's social teaching.
The papers published by the FABC (Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences) and news of their meetings can be accessed through UCANews.
The East Asia Pastoral Institute (Manila) has a particularly useful list of links, including many to other Catholic sites in Asia, and a lot of full-text theological materials.
The internet Forum of the Union of Superiors General contains a lot of news and information about and for those who live the consecrated life.
The American Catholic magazine America. and its British equivalent The Tablet.
See also Christian Texts
A very full, systematic array of Orthodox-related sites.
The official site for the Ecumenical (Orthodox) Patriarchate (of Istanbul / Constantinople).
A large array of Orthodox links by Steve Hayes. A page devoted to St. John Chrysostom.
A very significant site devoted mainly to Icons and iconography, with Orthodox music, Icons Explained
Macedonian Heritage gives a lot of photos of the monasteries on Mount Athos.
Zbigniew Kosc has some beautiful photos of Athos monks.
is a fine online exhibition of Treasures
of Mount Athos.
The official Anglican Communion page.
The official Church of England page.
Pages devoted to the Book of Common Prayer (the Anglican liturgy)
The Cathedrals of England
Christian: The Bible
Search the Bible by word/topic
The amazing All-in-One Bible Gateway by Dr Mark Goodacre allows searches of a
wide variety of Bible-related resources. He is also the author of the great
Testament Gateway, that annotates resources related to the NT. Bible translation links. Translation Glossary
The Clementine Vulgate project offers a reliable text of the Vulgate in a variety of formats and for a variety of purposes, including a search.
The SWORD Project is the CrossWire Bible Society's free Bible software project. It offers downlaods and searchable texts of the various versions of the Bible.
The Unbound Bible is a collection of searchable Bibles, in the original languages, English, as well as over 30 ancient and modern versions in other langauges.
The full text of the various Catholic
Bibles in Korean, starting with the newest, with search engines,
The ecumenical Community of Taize
The World Council of Churches has its own site, of course.
One World Action is a site operated in the name of justice and peace in the world.
The Jesuits at Creighton University have a site dedicated to Jesuit involvement in interreligious dialogue
A remarkable survey of early Church History: From Jesus to Christ (PBS)
Catholic and Orthodox Dates
of Easter etc. past and future
Texts by the Church Fathers in English at the New Advent site.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library: a very full library
Wonderful St. Augustine resources by James O'Donnell (also good for Boethius)
An extremely full lisiting of online Patristic texts from the Orthodox side.
The Bollandists are the main reference for Christian Hagiography (Saints' lives)
Some may find Therese Bonin's Bibliography of Thomas Aquinas in English very helpful; it includes hyperlinks wherever possible, including to the home pages of publishers of printed books. There is also Saint Thomas Aquinas : a site with many links by Stephen Loughlin.
The homepage of the Austrian province of the Teresian Carmel with many links to major Carmelite sites, including an English version of the Life of St. Teresa of Avila ; The Way of Perfection .
The Home Page of the Society of Jesus in Korea created by the much-missed
Father Felix Villarreal S.J. in the months before his death in January
1999, used to contain a far more impressive, illustrated Biography
of Inigo de Loyola and a complete set of biographies of all the
Generals of the Society of Jesus. Plus multiple S.J.
links. These are preserved to some extent in the Internet Archive and
may return later to their former location.
Nothing much yest, sorry. One site with a
lot of Judaic links is inside the Poetry
Superhighway, owned by Rick Lupert.
Buddhanet covers most areas.
A very useful potted history of Buddhism, especially Korean Buddhist history, is at this Australian Zen center's site.
Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library (The Internet Guide to Buddhism and Buddhist Studies). Especially worth a visit is the list of Buddhist Art Resources.
Gary G. Gach is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Buddhism which has its related home page, Buddha Portal, well worth a visit.
Images of Tibetan Mandalas and of Asian art of many kinds.
Some paintings by a Korean Buddhist monk who's a friend, Song-Yun Sunim.
DharmaNet International Gateways to Buddhism
Charles Muller offers valuable Resources
for the Study of East Asian Language and Thought
An online introduction to Neo-Confucianism:
Become a Sage, a translation of Ten Diagrams on Sage Learning
by Yi T'oegye (1501-1570) Translated, with extensive annotation and commentary,
by Michael C. Kalton. Published by Columbia University Press, 1988
Links relating to Hindu-Christian studies, at the University of San Diego.
See also the Religion
links at the University of Florida.
Encyclopedia Mythica on ancient mythologies (with list of topic areas)