Links to other Catholic websites

Diocese of Davenport. The official website for our diocese.
St. Ambrose University. Catholic-centered college education.
The Vatican's official website. The language displayed can be switched to Spanish by clicking on the "language" button in the upper right of the display.
EWTN Online. The global Catholic network founded by Mother Angelica. Both English and Spanish content is available. There are several very good additional links available through this website under the "Faith" button.
Catholics Come Home. Information for those considering returning to or joining the Catholic faith.
   USCCB; The official website for the United States Conference of Bishops.
  A website sponsored by the United States Conference of Bishops that provides answers to questions about the Church's teachings on marriage, divorce, and annulments. 
  Catholic Mom website. From the website's description: "At we come together to learn more about family issues, parenting skills and raising our children in faith. We strive to bring you resources that will be informative and entertaining." 
   This is the main website for the Catholic Messenger newspaper which is distributed throughout the Diocese of Davenport and elsewhere.
  3rd Edition Roman Missal. This website provides details on the new missal. 
   Catechism of the Catholic Church. This catechism aims at presenting an organic synthesis of the essential and fundamental contents of Catholic doctrine, as regards both faith and morals, in the light of the Second Vatican Council and the whole of the Church's Tradition.
   New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia. A useful encyclopedia for checking facts about the Catholic faith.
A guide to praying the Rosary, with the option to have the text displayed in one of several languages.
  This website provides the daily readings from the US Conference of Bishops' New American Bible. This website also has an option to listen to a recorded version of the daily readings. 
  Divine Office. From the website: "From ancient times the Church has had the custom of celebrating each day the liturgy of the hours. In this way the Church fulfills the Lord's precept to pray without ceasing, at once offering its praise to God the Father and interceding for the salvation of the world."