Greg Willits of the “The Catholic’s Next Door” radio show came up with the idea of Catholic Media Promotion Day where people promote their favorite Catholic media. Most people are listing three in each area of Catholic Media. As someone who consumes a lot of Catholic media limiting to three or really any number is like asking which is your favorite child. Instead I will just list what comes to mind and are my daily obligations to the world of Catholic Media. Really though you can look at the side of my blog for a more extensive list.
Blogs: Happy Catholic. Catholic and Enjoying It!, Conversion Diary, American Papist, Creative Minority Report, Disputations, Domine, da mihi hanc aquam!, What Does The Prayer Really Say?, Acts of the Apostasy, Aliens in this world, In Light of the Law, Jimmy Akin, John C. Wright, Patrick Madrid, Ten Reasons, The Anchoress, The B-Movie Catechism, The Crescat, The Sacred Page, Orthometer, Ignatius Insight
And that is just a starter. There are so many other blogs not listed that if they would stop blogging I would feel like I lost a dear friend.
Luckily there are less podcasts to list only because the total number of Catholic podcasts is much smaller.
SQPN: They have a wealth of podcasts and notable mentions are The Break with Fr. Roderick, Catholic in a Small Town (hilarious), iPadre, The Saintcast, plus a collection of excellent “Secrets of” podcasts that views popular media via the Catholic faith.
Catholic Underground – faith and technology and I can hardly wait for each episode. The Catholic Hack, Forgotten Classics, The Catholic Laboratory, A Good Story is Hard to Find, Prairie Rome Companion, Uncommon Sense, Word On Fire
Note: * Podcast is a weekly best of show.
EWTN: The Journey Home *, The World Over *, Sunday Night Live *. G.K. Chesterton: The Apostle of Common Sense.
Note: * These shows are also available as podcasts.
Newspaper: National Catholic Register. This paper has gotten even better since they now have blogs from people such as Jimmy Akin.
Twitter: I have a Twitter list of some of my favorite Catholics to follow.
Books are media too, but I won’t even attempt to list my favorite Catholic books.