Posted by Admin Admin on 03/19/2013

It's so wonderful to be able to see the seminarians from St John's Seminary in Brighton at the station here at CatholicTV. Whether it's to attend Father Reed's class on communication and evangelization in the conference room, or to accompany a priest for Daily Mass, they are welcome visitors!

Today Father Ed Riley celebrated Mass for us, and was joined by Deacon Chris Wallace who will, by the grace of God, be ordained this May. Deacon Chris is a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish in Quincy.

Clocks showing time passing
Posted by Erin Butler on 09/27/2017
by Jay Fadden
Posted by Bonnie Rodgers on 01/12/2014

Today I leave for Ghana on a trip to see up close the work of Catholic Relief Services in that country. I should say our work because CRS is the global aid arm of the U.S. Church. I've always regarded this agency as one that truly exemplifies the four marks of the church: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic.

Two children with an elderly man
Posted by Erin Butler on 09/29/2017

Posted by Erin Butler on 05/31/2017
by Jay Fadden

 Due to travel, I was not able to write my normal blog. However, I thought you might enjoy this blast from the past!

Posted by Erin Butler on 07/24/2017
Question: What is the difference between a diocesan priest and a priest in a religious order?

Catholic Classroom: What is unique about Catholic schools?
Posted by Erin Butler on 01/29/2018
Question: What is unique about a Catholic education?

Why is Lent 40 Days?
Posted by Erin Butler on 02/16/2018
Question: Why is Lent 40 days?

We know that Lent is a season of preparation; a time to pray, fast, and give alms in order to ready our hearts for Easter. However, you might be wondering—why is Lent forty days?

Catholic Classroom: Why don't we eat meat on Fridays in Lent?
Posted by Erin Butler on 02/26/2018
Question: Why do Catholics abstain from meat on Fridays during Lent?

Perhaps the most commonly known Lenten practice for Catholics is abstinence from meat on Fridays. Though Catholics all over the world follow this practice faithfully, some are unsure about the reasoning behind it. There are two main questions to answer:

Posted by Erin Butler on 07/10/2017
Question: What is meant by apostolic succession?

Our Catholic faith is understood through two major building blocks: Scripture and Tradition. When Christ established the Church, He gave us these beautiful gifts so that we might grow ever closer to God and spread the Gospel to the whole world. He also gave us an additional gift that is a stark reminder of the fact that the Church is both living and trustworthy: apostolic succession.