My Top Catholic YouTube Channels...and Yours?

I’m always on the lookout for great new Catholic online video. And one of the primary sources of such video is YouTube.com. Below are a bunch of my favorites.

I’m sure I’ve missed some good ones out there that I don’t know about yet. So please feel free to add your favorites in the comments below and we’ll try to build a more comprehensive collection.  Thanks!

Some official Catholic orgs/news/channels:

- The Vatican
- Knights of Columbus
- Priests for Life
- EWTN
- Catholic News Agency
- RealCatholicTV

Some other great Catholic orgs:

- CatholicVote (also here)
- Word on Fire and Fr. Barron (also here) ...one of my favs.
- LiveAction.org
- Catholic Answers
- Catholics Come Home

Other Catholic channels that get a lot of views on YouTube:

- The Catholics Next Door
- Fr. Roderick
- Spirit Juice
- Fr. Corapi
- Fr. Frank Pavone
- Birett Ballett Productions
- American Papist
- TrueFaith.tv
- CatholicInside
- Creative Minority Report
- Catholic Clips
- Catholic Weird Al
- iPadre

And my favorite Catholic band:

- L’Angelus

And my YouTube Channel is here if you’re interested. I’m only just now getting it going though.

Please let me know what your favorite Catholic YouTube channels are in the comments below.  I would love to take everyone’s input and come up with a more complete list. Thanks for your help!

Cistercian Father Thomas Esposito says of discerning one’s college choice, ‘There has to be something that tugs at you and makes you want to investigate it further. And then the personal encounter comes in the form of a visit or a chat with a student or alumnus who communicates with the same enthusiasm or energy about the place. And then that love of a place can be a seed which germinates in your own heart through prayer.’

Choose a College With a Discerning Mind and Heart

Cistercian Father Thomas Esposito, assistant professor of theology at the University of Dallas (UD) and subprior (and former vocations director) of the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas, drew from his experience as both a student and now monastic religious to help those discerning understand the parallels between religious and college discernment.