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Pope Francis will visit his native continent July 6 - 12. Tune in The CatholicTV Network for live broadcasts, rebroadcasts and on-demand video from the visit.
- Monday, July 6 | Mass at the Shrine of Divine Mercy Parqu de Los Samanes | 12:30 pm (rebroadcast 9:30 pm)
- Tuesday, July 7 | Mass at Bicentennial Park | 11 am (rebroadcast 8 pm)
- Wednesday, July 8 | Meeting with Clergy and Religious at the Shrine of El Quince | 11:30 am (rebroadcast 7:30 pm)
- Thursday, July 9 | Mass in the Square of Christ the Redeemer - Santa Cruz | noon (rebroadcast 8 pm)
- Thursday, July 9 | Second World Meeting of Popular Movements - Santa Cruz | 5:30 pm
- Saturday, July 11 | Mass - Marian Shrine of Caacupe | 10 am (rebroadcast 8 pm)
- Sunday, July 12 | Mass - Nu Guazu | 11 am (rebroadcast 10:30 pm)
- Sunday, July 12 | Meeting with Youth – riverside of Asuncion | 5 pm
Father Robert Reed leads this reflection for the last day of the Fortnight for Freedom.
Matt Weber hosts with Peggy Weber sitting in for Helen Lee on this episode of The Lens.
Act 1: World Meeting of Families and the importance of family to Matt
Act 2: Tweet Time with Peggy Weber
Act 3: Truth or Fiction, Ponder with Charles and Embarrass Your Son
From America's Catholic Church, July 4 Closing Mass with Archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Donald Wuerl and USCCB president, Archbishop of Louisville, Joseph Kurtz.
The CatholicTV Network Fortnight for Freedom programming from June 21 to July 4 to rally support for the protection of religious freedom in the United States. Throughout the two week period called for by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Father Robert Reed, president of CatholicTV offered daily reflections on the theme of religious freedom. Called "Our First Most Cherished Liberty", the reflections are drawn from the USCCB's A Statement on Religious Liberty and each closes with a prayer and be seen on demand from America's Catholic Television Network.
Relive the Fortnight’s Opening Mass from the Basilica of the National Shrine of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, celebrated by Archbishop of Baltimore, William Lori.