The 40 Days of Lent
03/1/2017

Learn more about the season of Lent in this month's CatholicTV magazine. View our new programming schedule and read about the programming highlights for the month. Notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden are in each issue along with a calendar of priests celebrating CatholicTV Mass and guests appearing on This is the Day. Read online now or subscribe for a free copy of the print edition (U.S. addresses only).

For the Sick and Suffering
02/6/2017

The CatholicTV Network's most faithful viewers are the homebound, infirmed, sick and suffering. The cover story in this month's magazine offers words of help and healing from Pope Francis and Father Bill Asbaugh as well as words of affirmation and support from viewers. We invite viewers to use the envelope inside the printed magazine or the donate now or contact us forms below to offer their feedback or help the cause with a tax-deductible donation. Each issue includes notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, programming highlights for the month along with This is the Day and Daily Mass schedules.

The Order of the Mass
01/1/2017

The CatholicTV Network airs Mass every day of the week. This month's cover story looks at the order of the Mass. A new programming grid is in this issue along with programming highlights for January. Every issue features notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, as well as schedules for This is the Day and the priests that celebrate CatholicTV's Masses.

Why We Worship Advent and Christmas
12/1/2016

The coming of our God is close at hand. Advent is here, Christmas is near! You can read about why we worship Advent and Christmas in the December issue of The CatholicTV Monthly Magazine. Read it now and see the network’s lineup of special programming for this special time of year, including our annual 72 Hours of Christmas Marathon December 24-26. Celebrate Masses during Christmastide in English and Spanish from CatholicTV's Chapel as well as Baltimore, Washington, Chicago, San Antonio, Notre Dame and the Vatican. Original CatholicTV Christmas specials can be seen on demand at CatholicTV.com’s Christmas page. 

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