Catholic Blogs

United States Council of Catholic Bishops Blog: Even the Catholic Bishops have a blog, which posts each day, Five Things to Remember.

Busted Halo: An online magazine for spiritual seekers: “Under the direction of Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, Busted Halo® Ministries helps young adults explore their spirituality, listen to and encourage one another, discover (or re-discover) the rich depths of Catholic tradition, and connect to communities of faith where their unique gifts will be respected and used, and where they will find support on their journey towards God.” Articles, videos, contests, bloggers, movie reviews, and more are posted here.

Catholic Mom: Lisa M. Hendey, creator of Catholic Mom, posts articles from hundreds of different Catholic bloggers (mostly moms), plus reflections, prayers, and ideas for celebrating everything Catholic.

Catholic Spiritual Direction: Dan Burke, author of Navigating the Interior Life: Spiritual Direction and the Journey to God, and editor of the National Catholic Register, has created this blog to post articles from numerous authors on prayer, spiritual formation and direction.

Conversion Diary: Jennifer Fulwiler writes, “Hi, I’m Jen. I grew up atheist. Now I’m Catholic. And this blog is the place where I tell my story. Sometimes I write about faith, but a lot of the time I just talk about the craziness that is my life.”

Ignitum Today: The Social Network of the New Evangelization Generation: “IGNITUM TODAY provides Catholic perspectives on every topic that matters to young adults–life, religion, relationships, and entertainment.

Patheos (the Catholic Channel): Hosting the Conversation on Faith: A collection of fascinating Catholic bloggers writing on all sorts of issues and topics concerning faith.

Shirt of Flame: Heather King, contributor to the Magnificat, writes, “Hi, I’m Heather. I’m an alcoholic. And a Catholic convert. And this blog is the place where I open my veins every few days and share my very eventful life.”

The Practicing Catholic: Joel and Lisa Schmidt write, “We love the Catholic faith. This is our personal blog about living an intentionally, joyfully Catholic life. We’re not perfect, and we don’t profess to be. But we’re trying … practicing, you might say. … Our goal is to create insightful, relevant content that you can put to use in your personal faith journey. If you are a practicing Catholic — or aspire to be — then our blog is for you.”

The Radical Life: Blogger Matt Warner writes: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? Our life-styles, love-lives, and work-loves are all out of whack. It’s time to work differently, live more intentionally and love more radically. It’s an annoying, rewarding, crazy adventure — and there’s nothing more worth doing. So let’s get at it.’

Top Catholic Blogs (Catholic Bloggers All in One Place): “Top Catholic Blogs is an aggregator site design to display the best of Catholic blogs so the reader can sample individual posts from a variety of Catholic bloggers.”

Whispers in the Loggia: Rocco Palmo is “a former US correspondent for the London-based international Catholic weekly The Tablet, he’s been a church analyst for The New York Times, Associated Press, Washington Post, Reuters, Los Angeles Times, BBC, NBC, CNN and NPR among other mainstream print and broadcast outlets worldwide,” writes this blog on Rome and all things Catholic.