CatholicTV Magazine Catholic Roots in America
Catholic Roots in America
07/1/2018

Read this month's cover story about a Catholic family from Maryland that layed the roots of Catholicism in America. All month, new original programming airs along with new episodes from our partners. In this month's magazine, read about what the church says about immigration; CatholicTV's summer programming highlights; notes from Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden; and Calling Young Catholics by Erin Butler. Schedules for CatholicTV Mass and This is the Day are in every issue.

On A Sacred Note Stephanie Scogna
On A Sacred Note
06/1/2018

This month, meet Stephanie Scogna, host of On A Sacred Note, a new original CatholicTV series premiering in June. This 13-part series provides a tour of Catholic liturgical music history with presentations of the various genres and composers, interviews, and performances. Read all about it in the June CatholicTV magazine. Every issue includes notes from Bishop Reed, Jay Fadden and Erin Butler; programming highlights and schedules for This is the Day and CatholicTV Mass. Read the digital edition now or subscribe to receive your printed copy for free.

Magnus MacFarlane, founder of Mary's Meals
Every Child Deserves...
05/4/2018

This month's CatholicTV magazine cover story profiles Mary's Meals, an organization responsible for feeding more than 1.2 million school children in some of the poorest parts of the world. Founder Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow will be the guest on This is the Day May 18 & 25 and a new documentary about Mary's Meals premieres May 22 on CatholicTV. The May magazine has a focus on mothers and Mary with Spiritual Fitness, Catholic Classroom and notes from Bishop Reed, Jay Fadden and Erin Butler. Every issue has programming highlights and the monthly Mass presiders' schedule. Read online now and/or subscribe for free.

CatholicTV Magazine Praying and Playing
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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