These are websites that I find very educational and inspirational.  If you have a website that you would like me to include, please go to the contact page and send me an email.  I hope you find what you are looking for within these websites, and here.  Thank you for visiting.


Pray More Novenas is a wonderful website which was started by Annie and John-Paul quite a few years back.  If you are interested in saying novenas, please join their email list and like them on Facebook.

Roman Catholic Man is another wonderful website.  It has a very robust following.  There are lots of articles. You can, also, find them on Facebook. 

If you are female and thinking about the religious life, here is a website for the Ursuline Sisters.  My aunt is a nun with that order.  I would, also, suggest that you speak to the religious at your local church.  I might even suggest that you ask for spiritual direction to help discern which order or whether he has other plans for your life.

I grew up under the tutelage of the OMI (Oblates of Mary Immaculate).  Wonderful Order…We were a missionary church and have since been included as part of a diocese. I will always grateful for these priests for the time they spent with us.  If you would like to be a Brother or Father, consider the OMI’s or diocesan priest or some other religious.  Of course, speak to the religious in your local church to help you.

Since I am mentioning Saint Louis de Montfort, please feel free to visit some of these website which have extensive information:

Come Pray the Rosary

Montfort Publications

The Company of Mary

EWTN (Montfort Handbook)

Here is a really great website which offers a lot of free books to read Traditional Catholics

This charming website is out of Ireland.  It has links to a lot of information as well.  Anglo-Saxon Celts Creates

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Annulment page

From Saint Mary’s Catholic church in Waco, Texas on annulment  Very clear and concise

This website is dedicated completely to the annulment process in the Catholic Church.

I like this examination of conscience from Traditional

Religious Vocation discusses mortification.

Information on the Jewish faith – Judaism, Torah, and Jewish Information/