Catholic New York - Catholic New York is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of New York, and the largest Catholic newspaper of its kind in the United Sates. Founded in 1981 by His Eminence, Terence Cardinal Cooke, CNY reports on the news and activities of the Catholic Church as it occurs in the parishes and schools of the Archdiocese, as well as across the country and around the world. CNY presents the experiences of those living the faith, and shows how those experiences reflect the Gospel message.
Catholic New York is one of the most honored Catholic newspapers in the United States, and is published bi-weekly.
Vatican Information Service Blog - Vatican Information Service has a blog that provides updates on news items from the Vatican press office. The blog is translated in Italian, Spanish, French as well as English. The blog also releases daily news bulletins from VIS and occasional material related to papal audiences and trips, Vatican announcements, and the ad limina visits of bishops from around the world.
USCCB Media Blog - The USCCB Media Blog is maintained by the Media Relations staff at the USCCB. They blog about activities of the U.S. bishops conference and discuss those matters of the faith and the Church that they encounter in their work, especially as they appear or are discussed in the media.
The Catholic Channel - Talk about it on The Catholic Channel! Combining a modern talk format and open dialogue, The Catholic Channel focuses on Catholicism in the 21st Century, especially as it is lived in today's world. The Catholic Channel addresses issues in the news and on the mind of the listeners - everything from what's happening in the Church today, to the headline stories of current events and politics, to the latest in the world of entertainment, the arts and sports. Bringing a Catholic perspective to the world around us - that's The Catholic Channel.
Radio Maria - Radio Maria is a Catholic radio station to the service of the Catholic church in the tri-state area. Radio Maria was founded 1983, and has the job, entrusted to all Catholics at the time of their baptism, of spreading the Gospel message in keeping with the doctrine and pastoral instruction of the Catholic Church and in allegiance with the Holy Father, using all the potential of the radio.