Catholic Mass celebrated by Cardinal Seán O'Malley, Archbishop of Boston, for December 25, 2018, Christmas day.
Christmas in Harmony
2017 CatholicTV Special with Sweet Harmony from Riverside Theatre Works in Hyde Park, MA
- Do You Hear What I Hear?
- Mary, Did You Know?
- Cool Yule
- Mister Santa
Bishop Robert Reed is joined by 1st graders from St. Jude's School in Waltham, MA, as he reads Christmas Stories and they sing Christmas Carols.
This in-depth look at the life and times of St. Nicholas takes you to beautiful Mediterranean locations where Nicholas actually lived. Experts tell about new historical and scientific analysis. Some of the most widely known St. Nicholas stories are told along with others less well known. Through it all the true story of a third century Christian man named Nicholas emerges, a man known for his generosity and concern for the poor. Bishop Nicholas stood for truth at a critical time in Church history and he profoundly affected the people in his community. This is a man who may actually be more interesting than the many legends that have grown up around him.
Hosted by Mark Wilson, Asia Minor Research Center, and featuring commentary by Father Gerardo Cioffari, Centro Studi Nicolaiani, Bari, Italy; Adam English, author of The Saint Who Became Santa Claus; and Carol Myers, St. Nicholas Center.
Father Dan O'Connell hosts this special Christmas episode of We've Got to Talk.
Father Chip Hines and Sister Hosea Rupprecht take a break, while members of the CatholicTV staff and Seachlight crew share their favorite Christmas movies.
- Bishop Robert Reed | Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer
- Bonnie Rodgers | Sound of Music
- Brian Swift | Mixed Nuts
- Rebecca Damon | Elf
- Helen Lee | Holiday Inn
Bishop Robert Reed hosts this special episode of CatholicTV's game show for kids of all ages called Christmas Cheer.
Third graders from Saint Monica's Catholic School in Methuen, MA show off their knowledge about Jesus' birthday, one of the most important days in Christianity!
Father Dan O'Connell shares some Christmas cheer with songs by Michael Mette and talks about the spirit of the holidays.
This original CatholicTV holiday special features a performance by the Ursuline Academy Choral Group and Liturgical Dancers.
Christmas songs and other musical selections include:
- Breath of Heaven
- Candlelight Carol
- Grown-up Christmas List
- Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
- How Great Thou Art
The Choir of St. Paul's Harvard Square presents a special holiday concert at Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Christmas songs and other hymns include:
- There is a Little Flower
- A Spotless Rose
- While Shepherds Watched Their Flock by Night
- The Crown of Roses
- Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
- I Wonder as I Wander
Rachel Balducci, Danielle Bean and Carolee McGrath share Christmas memories and traditions, open gifts and talk about the meaning and spirit of Christmas on this special episode of our Catholic show for women.
Rachel Balducci, Danielle Bean, and Carolee McGrath share Christmas traditions and exchange gifts. Carolee and her daughter sing Christmas carols.
The CatholicTV Network airs Christmas programming throughout December. Consider it the network's gift to our family of viewers. Enjoy concerts by the The Choir of Saint Paul's|Harvard Square and other choirs, including the Daughters of St. Paul. Spend your Advent nights with Kevin Nelson, Father Dan O'Connell's We’ve Got to Talk and other Christmas specials all month long.
You can also enjoy special Christmas editions of CatholicTV programming all day December 24, 25 & 26, when CatholicTV airs a 72-hour marathon of Christmas shows. See Christmas programming from the Vatican, across America and Christmas specials with your favorite CatholicTV personalities for three straight days. Celebrate Mass with Pope Francis, Cardinal Blase Cupich, Archbishop Timothy Broglio and Cardinal Seán O'Malley. The complete schedule can be found at www.CatholicTV.org/Christmas.
Jesus is the reason for every season all year long. CatholicTV's Christmas programs are available on-demand at ChristmasTV's website every day of the year.