WEBSITES & APPS

Here you can find helpful links, prayers, and content essential to recovery and a spiritual way of life.  Stay tuned as this continues to develop and grow.

RECOVERY RESOURCES

WEBSITES

Catholic in Recovery Blog is where you can find reflections, testimonies, advice, insight, and more on a Catholic approach to addiction recovery.

Fight the New Drug is the place to find all the information about the harms of pornography you’ll need. Find them on Facebook or Instagram for great stories and to spread the movement pushing against the horrors of pornography.

Integrity Restored is a great resource provided by Dr. Peter Kleponis to help men, their wives and their families break free from the bonds of porn.  The site provides resources and tools to encounter healing in the midst of suffering, and maintains Catholic virtues and principles to encounter the blessings of a new freedom.

Made in His Image is a non-profit organization established by Maura Preszler.  Its mission is to begin a dialogue, a discussion, in a safe and compassionate setting, to foster hope and healing, and to empower women to turn from victim to survivor. They share healing for women suffering from eating disorders, sexual abuse, and physical trauma.

SMART PHONE APPS

Twelve Steps – ‘The Companion’ App — available on iPhone/iPad and Android — offers users the ability to track their sobriety, access written material around recovery, maintain recovery contacts, and journal.  This offers all the resources of a twelve step meeting on your mobile device.

CHRISTIAN RESOURCES

WEBSITES

Word on Fire Catholic Ministries is a nonprofit global media apostolate that supports the work of Bishop Robert Barron and reaches millions of people to draw them into— or back to— the Catholic faith.  The resources (articles, videos, scripture studies, and more) have an impressive ability to bring understanding to rather deep and difficult topics.  Bishop Barron and other contributors to Word on Fire present very relatable topics to modern day and the culture that we live in today.  Moreover, Bishop Barron often ties his biblical reflections with the principles of the Twelve Steps.

The Call Collective is a collection of work by Chris Hazell, a young adult Catholic who uses his unique writing style to analyze the implications of faith in our culture.  Through a Christian lens, Chris discusses the role of faith in our everyday lives while commenting on creativity, art, and the presence of God in our everyday lives.

Restless Pilgrim is an assortment of thoughts by David Bates, a well-traveled Englishman.  David shares his personal experience around the faith and provides a great collection of topics including theology, apologetics, and current events.

The Vatican Website is a reliable source of Catholic Church documents, speeches and homilies from the Holy Father Pope Francis and Popes across the last century.  This is a very rich website full of historical documents, encyclicals, and archives of the church. Here you can also find the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops – A good source for daily bible readings, information about the saints, daily meditations, and more.

SMART PHONE APPS

Laudate—available on iPhone/iPad and Android platforms—is a comprehensive Catholic app that provides daily readings, a large variety of prayers, podcasts, meditations, and the New American Bible.

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