This month, The CatholicTV Network premieres the moving television series, recorded on location across North America, called Catholics Come Home. Guests include former atheists, agnostics, Protestant Christians, and fallen-away Catholics who came home. The magazine's cover story tells all about it. You can also get programming highlights for April including Holy Week and the Easter season. Notes from Father Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, Mass schedule and more in every magazine.
Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart around the world celebrate Saint Patrick's Day. This month, in his honor, CatholicTV will premiere "Irish CatholicTV" with several programs taped in Ireland. Among the productions are six new “episodes” – mysteries – of The Rosary with Father Reed. Also recorded in Eire were a new Chaplet of Divine Mercy and Blink segments featuring Father Reed sharing “Irish Blessings” from various places around the Emerald Isle. Read all about the month-long celebration in this month's magazine.
The acclaimed video series Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained premieres in February on The CatholicTV Network. Augustine Institute Theology Professor, Dr. Edward Sri, is the host and director of the program. In a series of questions and answers, he explains everything viewers need to know about this new show in the magazine's cover story. February programming highlights, schedules for This is the Day and CatholicTV’s Masses, as well as notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden are all featured in the magazine. Subscribe for free or read it online now.
The first official program of what is now known as The CatholicTV Network was produced on the morning of January 1, 1955. Archbishop Richard Cushing, celebrated a Pontifical Low Mass at the Granby Street (Boston) studios and Sunday Mass has aired every Sunday since. The 60th anniversary of The CatholicTV Network begins with Daily Mass on New Year’s Day, January 1. Throughout the year, CatholicTV will air special programming that will reflect our work and our mission. This month’s CatholicTV Monthly magazine has a cover story on 60 years of Sunday Mass, the longest running television “show” in Boston broadcasting history.