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Daily Masses

07/16/2019

Tuesday Mass | 15th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic daily Mass celebrated in The CatholicTV Network's Chapel of the Holy Cross. Father Paul Ring, pastor of Together in Christ Collaborative.

07/15/2019

Monday Mass | Saint Bonaventure

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Brian Clary in Thw CatholicTV Network's Chapel of the Holy Cross.

07/14/2019

Sunday Mass | 15th Week | Ordinary Time

Father James DiPerri celebrates Catholic Mass for Sunday, July 14, 2019.

07/13/2019

Saturday Mass | 15th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass on The CatholicTV Network for Saturday, July 13, 2019.

07/12/2019

Friday Mass | 14th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic online daily Mass celebrated in The CatholicTV Network's Chapel of the Holy Cross. Presider: Father Chris Bae.

07/11/2019

Thursday Mass | Saint Benedict

Catholic online daily Mass celebrated in The CatholicTV Network's Chapel of the Holy Cross on the Memorial of Saint Benedict.

Presider: Father Thomas Carzon, OMV {Saint Francis | Boston)

07/10/2019

Wednesday Mass | 14th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic online daily Mass celebrated in The CatholicTV Network's Chapel of the Holy Cross.

Presider: Father Richard Erikson, Retired USAF Chaplain (Brig. Gen.)

07/9/2019

Tuesday Mass | 14th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass celebrated on the Feast of Saint Augustine Zhao Rong and Companions. Presider: Father Bob Connors from Saint Ann/Saint Brendan in Neponset, MA.

07/8/2019

Monday Mass | 14th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Michael Zimmerman of Saint Agnes/Saint Camillus (Arlington, MA)

07/7/2019

Sunday Mass | 14th Week | Ordinary Time

Online daily Catholic Mass celebrated in The CatholicTV Network's Chapel of the Holy Cross.

Presider: Father Shawn Carey, Deaf Apostolate, Archdiocese of Boston

Weekly Masses

07/14/2019

Sunday Mass | 15th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass from the University of Notre Dame celebrated on July 14, 2019.

07/14/2019

15º Semana de Tiempo Ordinario

El padre Angel Alvarez celebra la misa del 14 de julio de 2019, tiempo ordinario.

07/13/2019

Sunday Mass 15th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Sunday Mass from America's Catholic Church @marysshrine on America's @CatholicTV Network. Saturdays 7 & 11:30 pm (Eastern).

From Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. for July 14, 2019.

07/7/2019

Sunday Mass | 14th Sunday | Ordinary Time

Online daily Catholic Mass celebrated in Sacred Heart Basilica at the University of Notre Dame.

07/7/2019

14º Semana de Tiempo Ordinario

Misa católica diaria en línea celebrada en la Capilla de la Santa Cruz de la Red CatholicTV.

07/6/2019

Sunday Mass | 14th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass from America's Catholic Church, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. Celebrated for July 6, 2019.

 

06/30/2019

Sunday Mass | 13th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass from the University of Notre Dame celebrated on June 30, 2019.

06/30/2019

13º Semana de Tiempo Ordinario

La Santa Misa del 16 de Junio de 2019, 13º Semana de Tiempo Ordinario.

06/29/2019

Sunday Mass | 13th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass from America's Catholic Church, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. Celebrated for June 30, 2019.

06/23/2019

Santísimo Cuerpo y Sangre de Cristo

El padre Ignacio Berrio celebra la misa del 23 de Junio de 2019, la solemnidad Santísimo Cuerpo y Sangre de Cristo.

Helpful Resources

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Cardinal Sean pouring Chrism into vessel

Catholic Classroom: Chrism Mass

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Woman standing in Cathedral

Becoming Catholic

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Open hands praying

Let Go...and Offer it Up

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Prayer & Penance: Do They Really Make a Difference?

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Saint Thérèse, Patroness of CatholicTV

Pray to Saint Thérèse, Patroness of CatholicTV

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Man praying with head on hands

4 Prayers for When You Feel Lost

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Both Species

Catholic Classroom: Receiving the Eucharist Under Both Species

Question: Do we need to receive Holy Communion under both species? The Eucharist is the foundation of our Catholic faith and the “source and summit” of Christian life. (CCC 1324). When Jesus told...

A Reflection on Ordinary Time

Easter is over, summer has begun, and life feels as though it’s slowed down a bit. We’re a few weeks into Ordinary Time and we’re faced with a long stretch between now and Advent. But this Ordinary...
The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. text: by Erin Butler

Reflections on the Wounds of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

A prayer that has been on my heart recently is a line from the Fifteen Prayers of St. Bridget of Sweden: “Hide me in your wounds.” The phrase kept coming to mind during prayer, and I couldn’t figure...
Bishop Robert Reed, Homilist during Adoration and Benediction.

Atlanta Eucharistic Congress | Exposition Adoration Benediction

Atlanta Eucharistic Congress Saturday Morning: Exposition, Adoration, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.: Bishop Robert Reed, Homilist during Adoration and Benediction.

A Reflection on the Eucharist for Corpus Christi

On Sunday we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also commonly referred to as Corpus Christi. Although this feast didn’t gain a place in the liturgical calendar until...
Catholic Classroom: Why is Mary the Mother of the Church?

Catholic Classroom: Mary, Mother of the Church

Question: Why is Mary the Mother of the Church? Starting this year, the Church celebrates a new feast on the Monday after Pentecost: the Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church....

The Ascension of the Lord

 We are not made for goodbyes. I become surer of this each time a friend moves away or I hug my parents before leaving home. Even the temporary farewells don’t feel quite right, and it’s because we...
Catholic Classroom: How long does the Easter season last?

Catholic Classroom: The Easter Season

Question: How long does the Easter season last? Easter is the most important liturgical season in the Church’s calendar. Logistically, it can also be the most confusing. Between the Octave of...
Pope Francis celebrates Holy Mass from Saint Peter's Basilica

Ordination to the Priesthood Mass

Pope Francis celebrates Mass at Saint Peter's Basilica and ordains several new priests.
Easter Lily

5 Ways to Keep Celebrating Easter

The 50 days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost mark the most important time in the liturgical year. In fact, according the USCCB, the days that make up the Easter season are celebrated as one long...
Catholic Classroom: What is the significance of the Paschal candle?

Catholic Classroom: The Paschal Candle

Question: What is the significance of the Paschal candle? If you have attended the Easter Vigil, then you have witnessed a unique event in the liturgical year: the blessing of the fire and lighting...
Why are we celebrating the Annunciation today?

Catholic Classroom: The Annunciation of the Lord

Question: Why are we celebrating the Annunciation of the Lord today? We celebrate Christ’s birth on December 25th, which implies that he must have been conceived nine months earlier on March 25th....
Bishop Reed distributes ashes on Ash Wednesday

Catholic Classroom: Why We Wear Ashes

Question: Why do we put ashes on our foreheads on Ash Wednesday? If you are Catholic, then you are probably accustomed to the practice of going to Mass and getting ashes put on your forehead on Ash...

Catholic Classroom: Understanding the Mass

Question: What do we do at Mass? Last week, we talked about the reasons we go to Mass every week. This week, we will explore what we actually do at Mass by looking at four main components. The four...
Crucifix in the CatholicTV Chapel

Catholic Classroom: Why We Go to Mass

Question: Why do I have to go to Mass every Sunday? According to the Precepts of the Catholic Church, Catholics are obligated to go to Mass on Sundays and on holy days of obligation. Failing to do...
Armenian Refugees circa 1900s

Catholic Classroom: Immigration

Question: What does the Church say about immigration? Immigration is a topic that is being widely discussed in the United States and around the world today. In addition to welcoming migrants who...

Catholic Classroom: The Real Presence

Question: What is meant by the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist? Yesterday, we celebrated the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, also known as the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. This...
God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit

Catholic Classroom: The Most Holy Trinity

Question: Do Catholics believe in three Gods? One of the most important dogmas of the Catholic faith (described by the Catechism of the Catholic Church as “the central mystery of Christian faith and...

4 Ways to Make the Most of Ordinary Time

There is a common misconception among both Catholics and non-Catholics that Ordinary Time is the “boring” part of the Church’s liturgical year. We are not in the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent,...

Catholic Classroom: The Colors of Liturgical Vestments

Question: Why does a priest wear different colored vestments?   Throughout the liturgical year, a priest wears different colored vestments for Mass depending on the liturgical season and which Mass...

Your Guide to Holy Week

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Lenten service with Ursuline Academy

A Lenten Service of Prayer and Song

Lenten service with Ursuline Academy choir featuring readings and prayer with choral pieces and communal hymns to reflect upon.

Prayer to Saint Thérèse, Patroness of CatholicTV

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Father Richard Erikson offers this Memorial Day Reflection.

Memorial Day Reflection

Father Richard Erikson offers this Memorial Day Reflection.

Standing in Prayer

Bishop Christopher Coyne reflects on the humanity of standing, and how that posture plays a role in our prayers and worship of God, in whose image we're made.

Stations of the Cross | Father Frank

Father Frank McFarland reflects on Jesus' road to Calvary where he was crucified on the cross.
Father Richard Erikson speaks about the military background of Saint Francis of Assisi

Saint Francis of Assisi

Father Richard Erikson speaks about the military background of Saint Francis of Assisi, who spent time as a prisoner of war. The experience resulted in a great conversion of his heart.

How do priests decide which Mass to celebrate?

On weekdays, there are often many different Masses to choose from - from Saint feast days, to Ordinary weekday Masses, to special Marian Masses. Bishop Chris Coyne explains how priests choose between...

Temptation

Father Larry Richards, author of 'Just Live It!', explains the ten principles of the Lord's Prayer. In this video, he reflects on the 9th principle: "Temptation"

Holy Week

Holy Week 2019 on The CatholicTV Network  Each year at this time, it is an honor for The CatholicTV Network to bring the solemn liturgies of Holy Week and Easter to the parish of the airwaves. See...
Kerry Weber | Lent and Mercy

Lent and Mercy

While it can be tempting to leave all of our good deeds and mercy-doing in Lent, Kerry Weber reminds us that Lent is really only a starting point. We're called to make mercy a lifestyle, not a...
Ash Wednesday, Lent, Wisdom Wednesday, Scripture

Wisdom of Ashes | Ash Wednesday

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Pallium Mass celebrated on the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul from Saint Peter's Square.

Saints Peter and Paul | Pallium Mass

Pallium Mass celebrated on the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul from Saint Peter's Square. Pope Francis celebrates and blesses pallia for new metropolitan archbishops appointed over the last year. 

Our Father

Saint John XXIII Seminary Scola chants the Our Father at the CatholicTV telethon.  
Andy LaVallee, founder of LivetheFast.com

The Spirituality of Fasting

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