Posted by Admin Admin on 03/12/2013

Hello to my fellow blogolites. 

I must make an admission right from the start.  This blog is going to be long and have a lot of pictures.  There is no other way I could do this blog today because it was a truly spectacular and moving morning in Rome.

Painting of a boy with a net at the seashore
Posted by Erin Butler on 10/11/2017
by Jay Fadden

Posted by Erin Butler on 04/13/2017

The sixth word is from John 19:30: It is finished.

Posted by Erin Butler on 04/13/2017

The seventh word is from Luke 23:46: Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.

Again, Jesus is talking directly to His Father. His use of the word “Father” is reminiscent of my reflection on the first word, so if you forgot what I said, just reread the first word.

Posted by Erin Butler on 04/13/2017

The second word is from Luke 23:43: Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise.

Posted by Admin Admin on 10/28/2013

Father Hannon passed away 10 days ago, and we're really missing him here at CatholicTV. He has been celebrating Mass with us for over 30 years and has brightened our lives for all that time. His funeral was celebrated on Friday across the street at St Patrick's in Watertown.

Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 02/21/2014

Posted by Admin Admin on 03/11/2013

Hello blogolites! Want to come to Rome? Monsignor John Abruzzese has some tips for you!


Thanks for stopping by this morning, and I hope you have the chance to one day come to Rome!

You're all in my prayers.

Your friend,


Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 02/10/2016

Even now, says the LORD, return to me with your whole heart, with fasting, and weeping, and mourning

Posted by Erin Butler on 12/13/2016

This past Sunday, the Third Sunday of Advent, we took a moment to celebrate the hope and joy of the coming birth of Christ during the normally penitential season of Advent. The rose-colored candle, lit for Gaudete Sunday, represents this joy. Yet, we still have a long way to go before the celebration of Christmas begins, especially during this year’s long Advent season—and we return to a final purple candle next Sunday.