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Please be informed that the following webpages / websites that formerly hosted Catholic Christian ebooks and texts are currently defunct, and that, therefore, all links to ebooks and texts in those sites are now inactive pr dead links:
- Abbaye Saint Benoit de Port-Valais. The original website along with its valuable Bibliotheque is defunct, but the 16 November 2017 snapshot states that its contents may be ordered from the Monastère Saint Benoît de Port-Valais.
- Ascension Catholic Community. Includes Catholic Catechism Topics and Bible Study Resources
- Capuchin Beginnings;
- Catechetics Online;
- Catholic Evangelism;
- Catholic Primer. The original website is sadly defunct, but the resources therein may still be accessed at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, through the 07 September 2011 and 21 October 2012 snapshots of the site.
- Christ’s Faithful People. Sadly the original site is defunct, but a snapshot of the site and its ebooks may be viewed through Internet Archive’s Wayback Engine. Here is the link to the site’s snapshot as of 16 March 2012.
- The Dominican Friars of the Province of St. Albert the Great, USA: The resources contained in the former website are now archived in Dominican Central Archives.
- Evangelical Catholic Apologetics;
- GCatholic.com: Documents and Speeches;
- Hugh McDonald;
- Joseph Kenny, O.P.: Including Thomas Aquinas’ Works in English;
- Le Pater Noster;
- Our Catholic Faith: Downloads. The main website has been purchased by anti-Catholics. The old downloads page has been taken down, and the front page of the website now hosts heretical articles attacking divinely revealed truth. For the sake of their eternal salvation, all readers, especially those without sufficient theological formation, are advised to avoid the site.
- Roman Catholic Resource Index;
- Saint Joseph Software EBooks;
- Saint Wiki;
- Sean O Lachtnain’s Home Page;
- St. Athanasius Press Traditional Catholic Library;
- St. Michael Cyberspace Scriptorium;
- St. Thomas Aquinas’ Works in English (webpage) at the Dominican House of Studies, Priory of the Immaculate Conception. The webpage states: “Due to copyright concerns, this website is no longer hosting English translations of the works of St. Thomas Aquinas.”
- The Summa & Other Matters.
In addition, the following websites / webpages hosting Catholic Christian texts and ebooks have been extensively reconstructed, and therefore, all links to their ebooks and texts are now inactive and require updating:
Kindly visit our newly updated page Sources of Catholic eBooks & Texts for the current list of websites / webpages where free and online and worth-it texts and ebooks are legally available.
We are (very slowly) updating the affected links, either by finding replacement links to legally free copies of the texts, or by posting links to worth-it (for purchase) copies. This is an ever incomplete task, however, due to link rot. Therefore, if you encounter a dead link, kindly (a) comment and inform us; (b) suggest a suitable and lawful replacement, if you know of one; and (c) where the website subsists, as in the case of the EWTN Library and Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets, please proceed to that website directly.
In any case, for other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the frequently updated blog/updates page of the Project.
May God bless us all.
[This incorporates and reblogs content from the August 21, 2020 post Notice: Inactive eBooks Links.]