All You Need to Know for Fall
10/1/2015

Get ready for CatholicTV’s fall season of programming by reading iCatholic magazine. View it online or subscribe for free here at www.CatholicTV.com/magazine.  Get the network’s new 24/7 schedule and learn about all the highlights of new and returning series premiering this fall. Notes from Father Reed and Fadden, This is the Day info and the calendar of Mass priests are in every issue.

All You Need to Know for Fall
10/1/2016

A new season of programming begins on The CatholicTV Network in October, and this month's magazine is your CatholicTV guide. Descriptions of our new and returning programs can be found in this issue, along with a new 24-hour weekly schedule on pages 12-13. Every month, notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden along with guests and topics for This is the Day and a celebrant calendar for our Daily Mass can be found in the magazine. Read it now online or subscribe for free below.

A Passion for Care
05/1/2015

In this special Spring edition of iCatholic, content from The Pilot, America's oldest Catholic newspaper and The CatholicTV Network, America's oldest Catholic tv station. Cover story: MC Sullivan and her passion for caring for the seriously ill. Excerpts from Cardinal Sean's blog, Echoes, on the set with The Lens and This is the Day, for your life and your Catholic faith. The CatholicTV Monthly's programming highlights and schedule is included.

60 Years of Sunday Mass
01/1/2015

The first official program of what is now known as The CatholicTV Network was produced on the morning of January 1, 1955. Archbishop Richard Cushing, celebrated a Pontifical Low Mass at the Granby Street (Boston) studios and Sunday Mass has aired every Sunday since. The 60th anniversary of The CatholicTV Network begins with Daily Mass on New Year’s Day, January 1. Throughout the year, CatholicTV will air special programming that will reflect our work and our mission. This month’s CatholicTV Monthly magazine has a cover story on 60 years of Sunday Mass, the longest running television “show” in Boston broadcasting history. 

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