Pope Francis and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops called for dialogue in the region
Call for Dialogue
02/1/2020

As tensions in the Middle East remain high, Pope Francis and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops called for dialogue in the region. Read about what the Catholic church is saying in this month's magazine. Read about programming highlights; notes from Bishop Reed and Jay Fadden; Calling Youth Catholics, In the Know with Fr. Joe; and more! Read now online and/or subscribe to the free print edition.

Bringing Them Home, Keeping Them Home
02/1/2015

The acclaimed video series Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained premieres in February on The CatholicTV Network. Augustine Institute Theology Professor, Dr. Edward Sri, is the host and director of the program. In a series of questions and answers, he explains everything viewers need to know about this new show in the magazine's cover story. February programming highlights, schedules for This is the Day and CatholicTV’s Masses, as well as notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden are all featured in the magazine. Subscribe for free or read it online now. 

Back to School
08/1/2013

This month, the CatholicTV Monthly prepares viewers to go back to school. The magazine features a cover story on two of our educational series Pillars of Catholicism and WOW: The CatholicTV Challenge. Programming highlights for the month of August and the schedule for This is the Day and Daily Mass are included.

Ave Maria
05/1/2014

May is a busy time of year for The CatholicTV Network and this month’s CatholicTV magazine has all the details. The cover story is on new episodes of The Rosary with Father Robert Reed premiering May 12. Live events include a Mass of Thanksgiving for Saint John XXIII and Saint John Paul II from the National Shrine as well as the Ordination to the Priesthood Mass from Boston. A new original series with Kevin Nelson called Encounter debuts. Every month, the magazine features programming highlights, This is the Day and Mass schedule along with notes from Father Reed and Jay Fadden.

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