Posted by Admin Admin on 05/2/2013

Our original magazine show, ClearVoice™, celebrates 100 episodes on 5/3!

Tune in at 11am as hosts Christine Caswell and John Monahan look back on the awesome highlights from the past 100 episodes. John and Christine reflect here on what working on ClearVoice has meant to them:

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Posted by Erin Butler on 11/15/2017
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Posted by Erin Butler on 07/14/2017
How to Come Back to the Church

Posted by Erin Butler on 07/21/2017
How to Encourage Loved Ones to Come Back to the Church

Posted by Admin Admin on 10/24/2013

The CatholicTV Network will premiere a new series with New York’s Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Conversation with Cardinal Dolan. On the show, Cardinal Dolan discusses important religious issues, gives his perspective on news from around the nation and the world, interviews big names from both in and out of the...

Posted by Helen Lee on 04/15/2014

We gather for the annual oil change and tune up.  The oils are the tools we use in the ministry we share, but just as important is our own tune up as we gather as presbyterate to recommit ourselves to follow Christ and to shepherd His people. 

Posted by Helen Lee on 04/24/2014

We are so pleased to be partnering with RD Sahl, KJ Johnson and Matt Younis (Matt and KJ are Boston University students) who are in Rome for the Canonizations of Blessed John XXIII and Blessed John Paul II. RD, KJ and Matt will be our on the ground crew at the Vatican and we are excited to bring you their content!

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Posted by Erin Butler on 11/7/2017

Posted by Erin Butler on 03/17/2017

The traditional Irish meal to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day is corned beef and cabbage. But what happens when St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday during Lent, when Catholics are required to abstain from meat? For some dioceses, you may still be able to enjoy your corned beef and cabbage.

Posted by Erin Butler on 01/11/2017

If you were to ask an average American on the street whether slavery still exists, they would probably tell you that it doesn’t, and that it hasn’t since the Civil War. They would be correct in saying that we no longer have the same legal system of slavery that existed in the antebellum era. What they might be surprised to learn is that this isn’t the whole story.

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