Links — The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) is an association of the leaders of congregations of Catholic women religious in the United States. The conference has more than 1400 members, who represent more than 80 percent of the approximately 51,600 women religious in the United States. Founded in 1956, the conference assists its members to collaboratively carry out their service of leadership to further the mission of the Gospel in today’s world.

Archdiocese of Baltimore — The National Association for Lay Ministry — The North American Conference of Associates and Religious (NACAR) is a membership organization that acts as a catalyst to serve, empower and promote the Associate-Religious relationship. — Catholic Volunteer Network

Vocation Affiliates and Partners

Busted Halo — An online magazine for spiritual seekers.

Catholic Campus Ministry Association — the national association for Catholic campus ministers who serve at Catholic and non-Catholic colleges and universities.

Catholics On Call — dedicated to helping young adults from diverse backgrounds explore a call to ministry in the Church and to learn about leadership roles as lay ecclesial ministers, men or women religious, or ministry as ordained deacons or priests.

Resources for Young Adults — for a wide variety of contemporary spirituality resources including current books and movie reviews, news, and ideas and advice on spiritual practices. — for a sightseers guide to spiritual insight. Other Catholic links, too! — helps you explore Christian spirituality. — learning about centering prayer with a description of its method. — an online version of the Sojourners magazine. The magazine seeks to build a movement of spiritual renewal and social justice. It contains all the articles and back issues too! It also has links to many other pages that may be of interest to people who read Sojourners. — Spirituality For Today is an interactive monthly magazine dedicated to addressing a variety of matters concerning the Catholic Church. It is not only for a Catholic audience. — Christian Classics Ethereal Library. Classic Christian books in electronic format. — Catholic Online on the Web. Resources for Catholics. — Catholic Information Center on the Internet. This site has a lot of resources! Anything from links to the online bible to movie reviews rated by the NCCB. Not very exciting in format for young adults, but worth checking out! Might want to be aware that under Vocations in this site – directors are listed by the diocese and under some states the only contact is for communities of men religious. — Alternatives for Simple Living Home Page. Alternatives is a non-profit organization that equips people of faith to challenge consumerism, live justly and celebrate responsibly. Started in 1973 as a protest against the commercialization of Christmas, the focus is on encouraging celebrations that reflect conscientious ways of living. — Co-opAmerica: Economic strategies for a better world. Co-opAmerica brings you simple, practical steps to avoid sweatshops; healthier, green products, and ways to invest with your values. Use your dollars to make a difference … for yourself and the planet. — Earth Ministry Web Site. Earth Ministry’s mission is to engage individuals and congregations in knowing God more fully through deepening relationships with all of God’s creation. — an online community of believers on the internet, who are loyal to the Roman Catholic Church. Our mission is to build a sense of “community” on the internet by providing a warm friendly atmosphere for socializing, faith sharing and religious discussion as well as prayer. We also provide resources of Catholic information as well as links to some of the greatest Catholic websites on the internet.