Saint Michael's Prayer.
Bishop Robert Reed prays the Angelus.
Jay Fadden hosts and narrates "A Life of Faith" a look back on the life of Monsignor Francis T. McFarland (1931-2001); best known as Father Frank, the priest on Boston Catholic Television (1970, director 1976-2001). Fadden interviews Monsignor James Tierney, Lavina Lawless and Monsignor Paul McInerny (3rd director BCTV) and they share their memories of Father Frank's faith-filled life that laid the foundation for CatholicTV.
Pray The Rosary with Father Frank at 3 am ET Monday, Wednesday and Friday on CatholicTV
Visit his "show" page for on-demand episodes of The Rosary with Father Frank
Bishop Robert Reed, Jay Fadden and Kevin Nelson outtakes amd bloopers from CatholicTV.
Bishop Robert Reed wears a 5x New England Patriots ring. Just in time for the sixth championship parade.
Father Robert Reed reflects on Jesus' road to Calvary where he was crucified on the cross.
Charles Green and the crew prepare for WOW: The CatholicTV Challenge.
This 8-minute video tells a story about immigration. It compares the plight of today's immigrants contrasted with the plight of the immigrants of the past.
From the fall 2013 CatholicTV Telethon. Richard Brown joins Father Chris Hickey and Father Paul Rouse of Going My Way. in "singing" their closing song, "Now is the Hour".
Join Father Robert Reed, Jay Fadden and Kevin Nelson for Telethon 2014 Friday & Saturday, September 26 & 27.
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Mayor Thomas Menino speaks at "Healing Our City" inter-faith prayer service after the Boston Marathon bombings at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. President Barack Obama. Governor Deval Patrick. Cardinal Sean O'Malley. Commentary: Father Robert Reed, president, The CatholicTV Network.
Dedicated to victims, survivors, their families, the first-responders and second-responders of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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Featuring President Barack Obama at Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross and original performance of the song Boston Strong performed by Anne DiSanto live during CatholicTV's 2013 Telethon.
"This time next year on the third Monday in April the world will return to this great American city...bet on it."
Finish the Octave of Easter spending time with our merciful Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. On April 19, Divine Mercy Sunday, join CatholicTV for a special devotion from Chapel of the Holy Cross beginning at noon.
Tune in for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, prayers, Scripture readings, and more; concluding with the chanting of the Divine Mercy Chaplet at the hour of our Lord's passion - 3 pm.
Gather with your loved ones for three hours of peace and watch live on CatholicTV, our website, apps and YouTube channel.
Bishop Robert Reed, president of The CatholicTV Network will preside. He said, "So many parishes have special time set aside each year on the Sunday after Easter for prayer and reflection on the gift of Divine Mercy. In these extraordinarily challenging days, we hope that these hours of devotion will help many to prayerfully explore the depths of God’s tremendous mercy.”