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Playing and Praying
04/1/2018

Catholic athletes spend more time practicing their sport than they do their sport in many cases. Fortunately, there is good news, started by the Holy Father, Pope Francis. Read about efforts to give athleticism and Catholicism quality time. Programming highlights and schedules, notes from Bishop Reed, Jay Fadden, Erin Butler and more.

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Thank You Catholic Sisters
03/1/2018

The week of March 8-14 is the 4th annual National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW). At The CatholicTV Network, we give thanks for all Catholic sisters have done since the network was a fledgling television station and their ongoing presence in carrying out the mission of CatholicTV. Read about how Catholic sisters have helped the network grow. Enjoy notes from Bishop Reed, Jay Fadden and Erin Butler; crossword puzzle; programming highlights and CatholicTV Masses and Holy Week schedule.

What's in a Date? | February 2
02/1/2018

In America, we have become accustomed to “celebrating” Groundhog Day every Feb. 2. In the Catholic Church, though, Feb. 2 is the feast of the Presentation along with some other pretty important celebrations. Read about what else takes place on Feb. 2. in the cover story of this month's CatholicTV magazine. Also included are notes from Bishop Robert Reed, Jay Fadden and Erin Butler; programming highlights, and more. Read it now or subscribe for the print edition.

It's All For You
01/1/2018

At The CatholicTV Network, we believe what we do is all for you and it's all because of Jesus. What we broadcast on a daily basis, on cable, over-the-air, over-the-top, and on the web is all for our viewers and it's all about Jesus. In the new CatholicTV Monthly, learn more about the network and what we want to do for you in this new year. We aim to educate and entertain CatholicTV viewers and readers alike. We also want to know how we can improve the content of our programming. Take the survey and let us know how we can do more for you.

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