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Catholics in the Crescent City

For over 300 years, the Catholic Church in New Orleans (NOLA) has been a fabric of the people that have lived there. Thanks to WLAE, the past 30 years, the Catholic Church in New Orleans has had presence on broadcast and cable TV to reach the people in NOLA and far beyond. Read about NOLA, WLAE and CatholicTV in this month's cover story. Tune in the special documentaries about 300 years of NOLA and CatholicTV programming from the Crescent City. Check out the new 24/7 programming schedule and a list of all the special events airing in May. Each month enjoy notes from Bishop Reed, Jay Fadden and more!

Rebuilding A Church

The renovation of Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross, long the parish church for The CatholicTV Network's viewers, is nearing completion. The magazine's cover story for April gives viewers a look at the work being done inside the cathedral. The network hopes to be able to bring you all the cathedral's major events again starting Holy Week as part of our coverage of the important liturgies leading up to Easter. As Together We Rebuild comes to an end, get to know some rebuilding priests and read some interesting numbers from the campaign. Every month, the monthly provides programming highlights, notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden, Erin Butler's Calling Young Catholics and much more!

When Jan Came into the Church

Jan is the future of the church. She and many others are new to Catholicism or returning. Read about her story in this month's magazine. Notes from Bishop Robert Reed, Jay Fadden; Meet this month's Together We Rebuild priests; Calling Young Catholics; Programming highlights and more. 

If You Give Jesus A Chance

February's Together We Rebuild question is how do you evangelize? In this month's cover story, read about how Ryan Adelman does. Notes from Bishop Robert Reed, Jay Fadden; programming highlights; This is the Day schedule and a calendar of priests celebrating CatholicTV Mass in every issue. Read online or subscribe for the print copy all for free, because it's all for you.