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.
The CatholicTV Network is proud partners with (arch)dioceses and independent producers from around the United States. Thanks to these partnerships, the network is able to provide quality, family-friendly, faith-filled programming from around the country to Catholic viewers via cable, satellite, online, over the top and on the go. That's why we are America's Catholic Television Network®.
November's magazine looks at how the Archdiocese of San Antonio and the Archdiocese of Detroit are evangelizing and enlightening their faithful thanks to partnering with CatholicTV. Programming highlights and This is the Day and Mass schedules are in every issue. Read online now, subscribe for free!
A new season of programming begins on The CatholicTV Network in October, and this month's magazine is your CatholicTV guide. Descriptions of our new and returning programs can be found in this issue, along with a new 24-hour weekly schedule on pages 12-13. Every month, notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden along with guests and topics for This is the Day and a celebrant calendar for our Daily Mass can be found in the magazine. Read it now online or subscribe for free below.
On Friday and Saturday, September 9th and 10th, Bishop Robert Reed, Jay Fadden, Kevin Nelson, and Kate Andrews will host CatholicTV's biggest fundraiser - The 2016 CatholicTV Telethon. This year will be the 25th edition of our own fall classic. Personalities from CatholicTV programs including Father Dan O'Connell, Matt Weber, Father Chris Hickey and Father Paul Rouse will make appearances throughout the weekend. See live performances from new and classic musical talent; #throwback videos; and much more from the two days here at CatholicTV.com. The fun begins at 9 a.m. each day. Call 617-923-3450 to pledge during the telethon or make a secure donation online here at CatholicTV.com. The September magazine has a photo spread of photos from telethons past, including some never-before-scene shots. Programming highlights, This is the Day and Mass schedules and notes from Bishop Reed and Fadden in every issue.