Travel with Pope Francis
09/1/2015

As September begins, The CatholicTV Network embarks on one of the busiest months in its 60-year history. Telethon 2015, Pope Francis’ visits to Cuba and the United States as well as the World Meeting of Families will take place this month. The CatholicTV Monthly Magazine has all you need to know about the network’s special broadcasts throughout this September to remember. Read the issue now online and subscribe to the print edition (U.S. addresses only). It's all for you and it's all for FREE!

Through the Years with Catholic Television
12/1/2015

As the year-long celebration of CatholicTV's 60th anniversary comes to an end, this month's magazine takes a look at Catholic television since 1955. In the past six decades, The CatholicTV Network has grown from a staff of three to become America's Catholic Television Network. The magazine also has December programming highlights including Advent and Christmas special Masses, events and shows. Notes from Father Robert Reed and Jay Fadden; the schedule for This is the Day and CatholicTV's Masses in every issue. Read online or download now. Subscribe to the print edition for free.

The Year of Faith
11/1/2013

The November CatholicTV Monthly's cover story was written by Bishop Arthur Kennedy about the Year of Faith and how it is the foundation of the New Evangelization. The magazine previews the CatholicTV Network's coverage of events with Pope Francis for the end of the Year of Faith. Other November highlights include the USCCB’s fall meeting and the beginning of Advent. The issue also has information about the network's ongoing fall season of programming and much more.

The Power of the Word
07/1/2014

Father Dan O'Connell hosts the longest-running studio series on The CatholicTV Network, We've Got to Talk. This month, he pens the monthly magazine's cover story. Read about the power of the word of God from Father Dan's perspective. Every month, the magazine features programming highlights, This is the Day and Mass schedule along with notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden.

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