Twitter has a proud tradition--Follow Fridays. Every Friday millions of tweeps (twitter-people) share there favorite followers using the hashtags #FF or #FollowFriday. Maybe it's the love of  the new-evangelization in me, but I wanted to share a list of some of my favorite Catholic people and organizations on twitter. They've been using social media to get out the good-word and lead wonderful discussion on attaining the common good. This list is by no means comprehensive, but just represents the individuals I wanted to highlight. I've also tried to include a healthy mix of ideologies and backgrounds.  Make sure to share below who you enjoy following on twitter--and make sure to follow the users below. Happy #FaithfulFriday and have a great weekend!

@CatholicMeme – Catholic BarbaraKB 

Pondering Catholic news, blogs, sites, podcasts, videos: Catholic meme moments. Working in Catholic media for over 25 years.

@TheAnchoress – Elizabeth Scalia 

Managing Editor (Cath) Patheos.com; blog the Anchoress; columnist at firstthings.com, contributor to The Catholic Answer, Author, Strange Gods…

We say: Charlottesville reveals the weeping wound of racism. What do we, the American Catholic faith community, do next? Read the editorial.


Dedicated to promoting the message of justice and the common good found at the heart of the Catholic Social Tradition. #Cathp2


Fr. James Martin, SJ, is a Jesuit priest, contributing editor at America and author of 'Between Heaven and Mirth' and 'The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything.'


NETWORK Executive Director Lawyer, advocate, poet. Catholic Sister, member of the Sisters of Social Service. Noted speaker and educator on public policy


Of Covenant House International, author of Almost Home, father of 6, inspired by tens of thousands of kids across the world


Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good engages lay Catholics in the social justice movement


The Sisters of Mercy are Roman Catholic women of faith who commit our lives to God and our resources to serve, advocate and pray for those in need.


VP for Program Development at Faith in Public Life, former VA politico, wife, mom, sometimes DJ, and good Catholic girl. Tweets are my own.


Host of The World Over Live on EWTN Thurs.8PM Est.,New York Times Best Selling author, journalist, producer, husband, dad, and baritone. http://t.co/Q5lzMlJQ


President of Catholic Charities USA and a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis


The Cardinal-Archbishop of Boston


Catholic News Agency strives to provide the latest news concerning the Catholic Church and the Catholic faithful.


Bishop Coyne is an auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis.


Roman Catholic Priest from the Diocese of Providence, Podcaster, Webmaster, Mac Geek, Live Steam enthusiast.

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