Recommended Social Media Links

With more and more Canadian Catholics turning to social media as a means to express their faith and further their knowledge of Church teachings, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) invites Catholics to be prudent when browsing websites claiming to speak on behalf of the Church.

The following social media links feature content related to the Catholic Church. It is to be noted that the CCCB provides these links for information only and does not necessarily agree with each item or comment posted on these sites. When Catholics are uncertain about a question of a moral, theological or pastoral nature, they should always consult their own Bishop or parish priest.

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# Web Link Hits
1   Link   The Busy Catholic
Blog of the B.C. Catholic Newspaper
2913
2   Link   Archdiocese of Vancouver
Youth Ministry Blog
1243
3   Link   Eparchy of Ss. Cyril and Methodius
Eparchy of Ss. Cyril and Methodius for Slovaks of the Byzantine Rite in Canada
1309
4   Link   Archbishop Daniel’s Blog
Most Reverend Daniel J. Bohan, Archbishop of Regina
1538
5   Link   The Journey of a Bishop
Most Reverend Terrence Prendergast, S.J., Archbishop of Ottawa
1486
6   Link   Hi-Fidelity Editor’s Blog
Archdiocese of Montreal
1314
7   Link   Reflections of a northern missionary
Most Reverend Sylvain Lavoie, O.M.I, Archbishop of Keewatin-Le Pas
1615
8   Link   Around the Arch
Archdiocese of Toronto
1934
9   Link   Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation
Blog, Twitter, Facebook application and YouTube videos
1137
10   Link   Pontifical Council for Social Communications
Facebook and iPhone applications, WikiCath, YouTube videos
1188
The Holy See
Canadian Centre for Ecumenism
Catholic Organization for Life and Family
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Salt + Light
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