A collection of online materials where you can learn more about Roman Catholicism


Please find below an assembly of some of the best online repositories of Catholic information. We hope you find them useful.

Daily Readings


The Jesuits

Jesuits are contemplatives in action, rooted in the rich tradition of our spirituality, and living lives of service all around the world. We invite you too to live a life of faith in action.

Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales

The Redemptorists

The Catholic Register

Catholic Treasury

Feature a LIBRARY of spiritual books to read online

Diocese of Nottingham: A Missionary Diocese

Through offering our support, we enable our people and our communities to grow, to become missionary and to thrive. We are working towards all of our churches becoming outward-looking churches.

Nottingham Cathedral

The Cathedral Church of St Barnabas is a Grade II* listed building in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.

The Nottingham Diocesan Catholic Youth Service

The Nottingham Diocesan Catholic Youth Service provides opportunities for young people to discover community, come to a friendship with Christ and a deeper awareness of themselves.

National Association of Catholic Families

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC FAMILIES is an association of Catholic families who give one another mutual moral, spiritual and social support in today’s culture which is so threatening to our Catholic family values.


An international development charity who reach out to people living in poverty with practical help, whatever their religion or culture. CAFOD is the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and part of Caritas International.

Marriage Care

Offer marriage preparation, relationship counselling and more.

The Dominican Friars

We are the Friars – brothers and priests – of the Order of Preachers, a religious Order of the Catholic Church that is commonly known as the ‘Dominicans’ after the name of our founder, St Dominic. Alternatively, the name comes from a Latin pun, Domini canes, meaning ‘dogs of the Lord’ because the Order was founded to preach the Truth of Christ’s Gospel, and by their ‘barking’ to act as guard dogs warning against deviations from God’s Word of salvation.