Respect Life Month is observed in the Month of October. The CatholicTV Network has a full lineup of pro-life programming. Read all about it in this month's cover story. Programming highlights including specials for the feast two days of two pope saints and notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden are all featured in the magazine. Subscribe for free or read it online now.
An exciting new fall season begins on The CatholicTV Network in September. Our monthly magazine has all you need to know about new shows from new and returning series, highlighted by season 10 of WOW: the CatholicTV Challenge . There is plenty of excitement, entertainment, and education available throughout the new schedule for everyone. There are new original CatholicTV productions, and new content from our programming partners. The magazine is here for online viewing, download or you can subscribe to receive the print version mailed to you for FREE!
As the calendar turns to August, the eighth month of the year, this month's magazine's cover story is about eight great reasons to get CatholicTV. Every month, the magazine features programming highlights, This is the Day and Mass schedule along with notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden.
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Father Dan O'Connell hosts the longest-running studio series on The CatholicTV Network, We've Got to Talk. This month, he pens the monthly magazine's cover story. Read about the power of the word of God from Father Dan's perspective. Every month, the magazine features programming highlights, This is the Day and Mass schedule along with notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden.