Saint Bridget's in Shenandoah Valley

Links to Additional Sites

The upgraded website of Saint Bridget's "Mother Church" in Winchester is updated frequently and is a great source of current information about the parish, parish activities, the parishoners, and Sacred Heart Academy.

This site is updated frequently with a wide variety of information about the diocese and the Catholic Church world wide.

The websiteof the public policy advocacy organization representing Bishop Francis DiLorenzo, Diocese of Richmond, and Bishop Paul Loverde, Diocese of Arlington, on matters before the Virginia General Assembly, the U.S. Congress, and the state and federal administrations and their agencies.

Site includes a calendar of daily readings.

The USCCB and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America have have launched this website for parents and others concerned about their children's digital safety. Its aim is to help parents understand the digital world where their children are often more comfortable than they are. Nonetheless, parents need to be there to help their children better understand the potential and the risks of the internet.

On this site can be found links to a variety of institutions and services including several Vatican news services, websites, museums and the Vatican Library.

News, Photos, etc

Persons who grew up with the Baltimore Catechism will find this to be a more comprehensive and detailed document with several (needed) reading aids eg. an overview, "Text & search" a Concordance and a Glossary

The website of the global Catholic radio and television network.
( EWTN television programming can be found at channels 291 and 799(HD) for Comcast subscribers in Clarke and Frederick counties)

The news service of the Knights of Columbus published daily on line.

The online version of the Catholic Herald Newspaper.

The shrine is on the "must see" landmarks for Catholic visitors to Washington D.C. The website includes a virtual tour of the Basillica

(Includes a virtual tour of the monastary and its beautiful grounds.) The Franciscan Monastery in Washington, D.C., sustains the 800-year mission of the Franciscan Friars in the Holy Land whose work includes support of schools and missions in the Holy Land, as well as care for refugees and other needy people throughout the region.
The monastary is a designated Year of Faith Pilgrimage Site.

CCH describes itself as an independent, non-profit Catholic apostolate that broadcasts media messages to educate and evangelize inactive Catholics and others, and invite them to live a deeper faith in Jesus Christ, in accord with the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

The Official Tourism Website of the Commonwealth of Virginia. A very well designed and maintained site with current information about Virginia's tourist attractions.
( For other citizen and business services offered by the state, visit www.Virginia.gov )