The CatholicTV Network is pleased to announce that Matt Weber, host of The Lens, won a Boston/New England Emmy® in the 41st Annual Boston/New England Emmy Awards. Weber shares this honor with his unique co-host for this segment: his 8-month-old daughter, Rose.


Matt Weber hosts The Lens, an original CatholicTV series.

In this "Soft Focus" segment, he ventures to Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA to ask people on the street about religion and politics.


Matt Weber is ticked off. Christian persecution at home and abroad. Hatred rampant in the Christian community. Long marriages ended, diocesan conflicts galore. Is nothing sacred anymore?


Make a Wish recently granted the wish of Brett Haubrich of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis: to be priest for a day.

Matt Weber was touched by this story and has a suggestion for Pope Francis in this segment of The Lens.


First-ever televised Liturgical Lip Sync, from episode 2 of The Lens


Does Confession need a new name for millennials? We try a couple on for size on The Lens.



We love the attention Kerry Weber is calling to the corporal works of mercy. We take a look here at a tweet from Father Jim Martin, SJ about her work.



Matt Weber and Helen Lee discuss #solidarity and how it's time for people of faith to come together in an attitude of sharing.


Matt gets points if his jokes make us laugh. This one's about nuns...

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The Lens

Matthew Weber hosted The Lens, CatholicTV's original series looking at life from a Catholic millennial's perspective with games, social media, pop culture, and humor.

Weber, Steph Scogna and Charles Green add quirky, witty and down to earth pearls of wisdom. Matt and his daughter won an Emmy for their talents (see below). 

The series stopped airing in June 2018


Host bio

Matt Weber is the host of A Word With Weber, author of Fearing the Stigmata, and an accomplished digital strategiest in the employ of Harvard Graduate School of Education.