Rachel Balducci, Danielle Bean, and Carolee McGrath share Christmas traditions and exchange gifts. Carolee and her daughter sing Christmas carols.
Father Robert Reed, Father Chris Hickey and Father Paul Rouse entertain with Christmas favorites in this special from 2010.
Father Chris Hickey and Father Paul Rouse are joined by Father Robert Reed for a special Christmas edition of Going My Way.
Songs and hymns include:
- I'll be Home for Christmas
- White Christmas
- Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire/Merry Christmas to You
- O Come all Ye Faithful
- It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
- God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
- O Little Town of Bethlehem
- The First Noel
- Angels We Have Heard on High
- Joy to the World
- Oh Holy Night
- Winter Wonderland
- Let it Snow
- Silent Night
From 2005, then-director of CatholicTV, Father Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, then-general manager talk about Christmas.
Aine Minogue is joined by various musicians in this CatholicTV original Christmas special that was nominated for a New England Emmy.
Under the direction of Meyer Chambers, the choir praises the newborn Savior. They celebrate the season with Christma carols, African-American hymns and other cultural music. Selections include: "My Lord, What a Morning", "Caroling, Caroling", "Jesus, Son of God","Calypso Noel", "Rise up Shepherd and Follow", "Behold Your God", and "Go Tell it on the Mountain".
Father Frank McFarland introduces Kathy and Sarah D'Agostino and interviews them in this original CatholicTV holiday special.
Christmas songs and hymns include:
- Carol of the Bells
- Little Drummer Boy
- Hark! The Herald Angel Sings
- Lord of Glory
- Away in a Manger
The Spirit of Christmas with Kevin Nelson features music from Tom Snow and a visit to the LaSallette Shrine in Attleboro, MA.
This in-depth look at the life and times of St. Nicholas takes you to beautiful Mediterranean locations where Nicholas actually lived. Experts tell about new historical and scientific analysis. Some of the most widely known St. Nicholas stories are told along with others less well known. Through it all the true story of a third century Christian man named Nicholas emerges, a man known for his generosity and concern for the poor. Bishop Nicholas stood for truth at a critical time in Church history and he profoundly affected the people in his community. This is a man who may actually be more interesting than the many legends that have grown up around him.
Hosted by Mark Wilson, Asia Minor Research Center, and featuring commentary by Father Gerardo Cioffari, Centro Studi Nicolaiani, Bari, Italy; Adam English, author of The Saint Who Became Santa Claus; and Carol Myers, St. Nicholas Center.