Independence Day and Religious Independence
07/1/2017

Where else would you want to celebrate our nation's independence and religious freedom than with America's Catholic Television Network? Celebrate July 4th and tune in all our special programming that weekend, as Fortnight for Freedom ends and the first Convocation of Catholic Leaders takes place in Orlando. All month, new original programming airs along with new episodes from our partners. In this month's magazine, read about how religious independence is being promoted by the USCCB and on CatholicTV; summer programming highlights; notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden; and the debut of "Calling Young Catholics" by Erin Butler. Schedules for CatholicTV Mass and This is the Day are in every issue. 

iCatholic in Ireland
11/1/2015

The CatholicTV Network has partnered with iCatholic.ie to broadcast A Question of Faith from Ireland. Each week, join Wendy Grace for roundtables, reports and a glimpse into the Irish Church and the faith and social issues that concern Irish Catholics in these times. The November cover story is all about their work in the Emerald Isle. The magazine has highlights of all the new shows premiering this month from CatholicTV and the network's programming partners. Each issue features the This is the Day schedule, notes from Father Robert Reed and Jay Fadden and a celebrants calendar. Read now or subscribe for the print edition. It's all for you and it's FREE!

Great 50 Days of Easter
04/1/2016

Easter Sunday begins a season of joy for the Catholic Church. For 50 days, we celebrate the Risen Lord. This month's CatholicTV magazine features stories on Easter season and its Jewish roots. The magazine also has a story on mercy, April programming highlights, This is the Day and Mass schedules. Read it now online or subscribe for free.

For the Sick and Suffering
02/6/2017

The CatholicTV Network's most faithful viewers are the homebound, infirmed, sick and suffering. The cover story in this month's magazine offers words of help and healing from Pope Francis and Father Bill Asbaugh as well as words of affirmation and support from viewers. We invite viewers to use the envelope inside the printed magazine or the donate now or contact us forms below to offer their feedback or help the cause with a tax-deductible donation. Each issue includes notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, programming highlights for the month along with This is the Day and Daily Mass schedules.

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