Episodes

05/26/2017

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for May 26, 2017

  • President Donald Trump meets Pope Francis at the Vatican
  • Guidebook sent to  Convocation of Catholic Leaders attendees
  • Annual survey of 2017 ordination class released
05/23/2017

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for May 23, 2017

  • Pope Francis speaks about gossip and hurtful speech at Rome parish visit
  • Bishop Kevin Boland celebrates his final Mass as bishop-promoter of the Apostleship of the Sea
  • Pope announces consistory for five new cardinals; prays for Central African Republic and Chinese Catholics
  • USCCB to discuss immigration, religious freedom, and persecution of Christians at spring assembly in June.
05/19/2017

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for May 19, 2017

  • Pope Francis meets with those suffering from Huntington’s Disease and their families
  • Archdiocese of St. Louis sponsoring Pilgrimage of Trust May 26-29
  • Winning design for World Youth Day 2019 logo selected
  • Pope Francis to celebrate Body and Blood of Christ and Corpus Christi procession on Sunday June 18
05/16/2017

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for May 16, 2017

  • Pope Francis canonizes two visionaries during two-day visit to Fatima, Portugal
  • Pope sends Bishop Marcelo Sanchez-Sorondo, one of his top advisors on human trafficking, to Baton Rouge for dedication of shelter for young trafficking victims
  • Pope answers question about Medjugorje during press conference on flight back from Portugal
  • Retired Bishop of Brooklyn and Boston native Thomas Daily passes away at age 89

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About

Catholic Newsbreak

Kevin Nelson reports from the CatholicTV news desk, providing updates on the most important Catholic news, including news about Pope Francis and the Catholic Church around the world. 

Host bio

Born and raised in the West Roxbury section of Boston, Kevin Nelson has not strayed too far from his roots. He has been with the CatholicTV Network since January of 1996 and has been involved in many different aspects of the television process. Read More

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