Jay Fadden looks back on Pope John Paul II's 1995 visit to the United States. Introduction by Father Frank McFarland.
Charles Green narrates this segment on Pope John Paul II (from 2005).
The weekly audience with Pope Francis takes place in St Peter's Square or Paul VI Hall at the Vatican. This week, Pope Francis focused his catechesis on the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit, beginning with Wisdom.
Jay Fadden hosts this special tribute to Blessed Pope John Paul II created during Sede Vacante 2005, demonstrating the great love of and outpouring of emotion for John Paul II in response to his passing. Footage by Steve Sasso
Blessed John Paul II will be canonized on April 26, 2014, along with Blessed John XXIII.
Pope Francis hears confessions and leads a penitential prayer service at the Vatican on March 28, 2014.
Mass of Thanksgiving celebrating the First Anniversary of the Election of Pope Francis from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, DC, principal celebrant and homilist. Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States and Monsignor Walter Rossi, Rector of the Basilica, concelebrate the Mass and deliver remarks at the conclusion.
Watch coverage of the Pope's weekly general audience, his major liturgical celebrations from the Vatican, and his travels around the world. Check here for the times of LIVE Masses and Vatican events, and see the schedule for our regular papal programming below.
Visit CatholicTV.com's Holy Week page for on-demand video from the Vatican, Jerusalem and around the United States.
The week of April 21, tune in The CatholicTV Network for special programming leading up to the Canonization Mass for Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II airing live Sunday, April 27 at 4 a.m. (rebroadcasts at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.).
Each week, the Holy Father welcomes the faithful into St Peter's Square or Paul VI Hall to greet them, offer them some words of wisdom and bless them.
Thursdays 8am ET, Sundays 11:30am.
Produced by the Vatican Television Center, Octava Dies provides highlights oft he activites of the Holy Father and the bustling world of the Holy See.
Sundays 11am ET, Wednesdays 3:30pm, Thursdays 10:30am, Fridays 1:30am, Saturdays 4:30pm.