60 Years of Sunday Mass
01/1/2015

The first official program of what is now known as The CatholicTV Network was produced on the morning of January 1, 1955. Archbishop Richard Cushing, celebrated a Pontifical Low Mass at the Granby Street (Boston) studios and Sunday Mass has aired every Sunday since. The 60th anniversary of The CatholicTV Network begins with Daily Mass on New Year’s Day, January 1. Throughout the year, CatholicTV will air special programming that will reflect our work and our mission. This month’s CatholicTV Monthly magazine has a cover story on 60 years of Sunday Mass, the longest running television “show” in Boston broadcasting history. 

Saint to Santa | Advent to Christmas
12/1/2014

The coming of our God is close at hand. Advent is here, Christmas is near! December's issue of The CatholicTV Monthly has all you need to know about CatholicTV's programming from Advent to Christmas. See the premiere of “Saint to Santa”, as children, puppets, and Santa himself tell the story of how Saint Nicholas became Santa Claus. Other Advent and Christmas specials air all month long. Renewed with Father Robert Reed makes its television premiere and the magazine's cover story has an inside look. Every month in the magazine, enjoy notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden, This is the Day schedule and calendar of Daily Mass celebrants.

Carry Your Faith 2.0
11/1/2014

The CatholicTV Network now offers a new mobile app. The November CatholicTV magazine highlights all its features. Helen Lee, wrote the cover story and says the app is like having “CatholicTV in your pocket, one touch (née “click”) away.” Read this month’s issue and learn how to download the app. Programming highlights, notes from the president and vice president, the This is the Day schedule and Mass schedule can be found in every magazine. Subscribe for FREE now.

Respecting Life
10/1/2014

Respect Life Month is observed in the Month of October. The CatholicTV Network has a full lineup of pro-life programming. Read all about it in this month's cover story. Programming highlights including specials for the feast two days of two pope saints and notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden are all featured in the magazine. Subscribe for free or read it online now. 

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