Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden explain why it is so important for The CatholicTV Network to get to 100,000 subscribers.
Bishop Robert Reed takes you on a tour of The CatholicTV Network's headquarters, Msgr. Francis T. McFarland Catholic Television Center, The Frank. See the chapel, studios, control rooms, and more at America's Catholic Television Network.
CatholicTV personalities broadcast from their homes to raise money for the CatholicTV livestream, which has become overtaxed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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All donations are being matched up to $25,000 by the Bill and Dee Walker Charitable Fund, thanks to their generous support.
Bishop Robert Reed prays for healthcare workers, first responders and all those on the front lines fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden ask you to donate to help The CatholicTV Network defray the rise in streaming costs due to COVID-19. Make a secure, tax-deductible donation online. Click on the green DONATE button or text GIVE to 844-912-1358.
Cardinal Seán O'Malley offers this prayer for the Re-consecration of Mary to the Americas during the fight against COVID-19 by American and Canadian bishops.
Finish the Octave of Easter spending time with our merciful Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. On April 19, Divine Mercy Sunday, join CatholicTV for a special devotion from Chapel of the Holy Cross beginning at noon.
Tune in for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, prayers, Scripture readings, and more; concluding with the chanting of the Divine Mercy Chaplet at the hour of our Lord's passion - 3 pm.
Gather with your loved ones for three hours of peace and watch live on CatholicTV, our website, apps and YouTube channel.
Bishop Robert Reed, president of The CatholicTV Network will preside. He said, "So many parishes have special time set aside each year on the Sunday after Easter for prayer and reflection on the gift of Divine Mercy. In these extraordinarily challenging days, we hope that these hours of devotion will help many to prayerfully explore the depths of God’s tremendous mercy.”
Dedicated to victims, survivors, their families, the first-responders and second-responders of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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Featuring President Barack Obama at Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross and original performance of the song Boston Strong performed by Anne DiSanto live during CatholicTV's 2013 Telethon.
"This time next year on the third Monday in April the world will return to this great American city...bet on it."
Watch The CatholicTV Network this fall for new episodes of returning original series and brand new shows from the network and its programming partners.
- We've Got to Talk with Fatehr Dan O'Connell
- The Gist season 9
- Repent & Submit season 2
- Sonja Corbitt's first full CatholicTV series:
- The Faithful Traveler in Portugal
It all starts September 29!
Inspired by Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati’s mantra, “to the heights,” this podcast will introduce you to young Catholics (and those who minister to them) who have a fire for Christ and are reaching for the heights. In collaboration with The CatholicTV Network, Catholic changemaker and host Olivia Colombo shares her conversations with these inspiring people in hopes that their stories might inspire you to climb the mountains in your own lives for the glory of God.
Subscribe now to the Podcast feed via PodBean: bit.ly/2VYFpgx or Spotify: spoti.fi/2KhaZUJ
Pray with Bishop Robert Reed and The CatholicTV Network all day, every day.
Father Chuck Connolly passed away today. Bishop Robert Reed said, "He was a great friend to CatholicTV and a supporter of our work, always willing to help us and our viewers with the TV Mass, both regularly and in a pinch. Father Connolly will be sorely missed. May he rest in peace."
This is The CatholicTV Network's tribute to him from 2013 when he celebrated 50 years as a Jesuit.
This 8-minute video tells a story about immigration. It compares the plight of today's immigrants contrasted with the plight of the immigrants of the past.