Who are we?
We are a group of young Catholics from various parts of the world who have decided to place our time and efforts at the service of the Church.
What is Catholic-link?
Catholic-link is a website that provides videos and comments for Catholic apostolate. The initiative seeks to be an appealing and innovative resource for those that are spreading the Gospel, especially with youth. We recognize that Faith isn’t just one aspect of life, one activity on Sunday morning; rather, it is the light that illuminates and enriches every dimension, every worry, every dream, and every moment of every day. In recognizing this, we seek to offer a selection of videos and their accompanying comments that transmit a vision of daily life that is deeply transformed and enriched by the Catholic Faith. Such an approach allows us to discover eloquent expressions of our values dispersed throughout the world of media, whether they are explicitly Catholic or not.
We hope that this project can provide a valuable service to you and your apostolate. If you have any comments, complaints, or recommendations, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic-link’s International Team
Catholic-link in the media
- “New website gathers video resources for catholic ministry”. News article done by Catholic News Agency (USA)
- “EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW. Catholic-link, a website for thirsty catholics” Interview of Garrett Johnson, administrator of the English page, done by Catholic Online (USA)
- “Engelstalige website ondersteunt geloofsverkongiging”. News article done by Kerknet.be (Belgium)
- “Perder el miedo a Evangelizar con las nuevas tecnologías de la comunicación”. Interview with Catholic-link’s director on ZENIT (International) (Spanish)
- “New video resourses for new evangelization”. News article published by CathNews Agency (New Zealand)
- “Catholic-link y el reto de difundir la verdad en internet”. published by Aci-prensa (South America, Spanish)
- “Las 10 mejores páginas web para encontrar a Dios en internet”. Video-ranking produced by Rome Reports (Italy)
- “Entrevista al Director de Catholic-link”. Interview done by the Spanish Association of the “Bloggers for the Pope (Spain)