The Center's station, WIHS-TV, went into service on October 12, 1964, with transmitting facilities on the Prudential Tower in Boston. Sunday 8:00 am; Monday – Friday 8:00 am & 12:00 pm; Saturday 8:00 am & 9:30 am. In 1970 BCTV moved into leased studios at 55 Chapel Street in Newton, Massachusetts.[5]. Make a Donation to the Archbishop’s Appeal. Video-on-demand service is available on Roku and Apple TV (nationally) and Verizon FiOS in most markets. Television that unites, inspires, and reveals an authentically human experience. The Archbishop’s Appeal is the annual fundraising campaign that provides supplemental financial assistance to institutions, programs and ministries affiliated with the Catholic Church throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio. EWTN is a global, Catholic Television, Catholic Radio, and Catholic News Network that provides catholic programming and news coverage from around the world. Select programs are available for download at iTunes. Not all programming available in all areas. The Masses will also be streamed on the Diocese of Scranton’s website, made available on the Diocese of Scranton’s social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) and will be accessible on the Diocese of Scranton’s YouTube channel. Catholic Television of San Antonio has partnered with Rome Reports to bring news and information from the Vatican to our viewers. Join with Bishop Bambera and Catholics around the world as we pray the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary in Response to COVID-19 during this broadcast on Catholic Television. Live programs were transmitted to the broadcasting stations through a leased-line telephone connection. Click on the name of the network below to find out more about the channel in your area. The network features a variety of Catholic educational and inspirational programming produced in the United States, Canada, Ireland and Vatican City. © 2020 Roman Catholic Diocese of Scranton, PA, Diocese of Scranton Financial Report 2017-2018, Family, Parenting, Pregnancy & Youth Services, PA Child Protective Services Law / Mandated Reporting, Additional Catholic and Diocesan Organizations, Third Order and Associations of the Lay Faithful, Parish Resources for 2020 Diocesan Annual Appeal, Coronavirus Emergency Fund for Parishes and Ministries, Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation, Parish Pastoral and Finance Council Formation, Parish Partnerships – Cluster and Deanery Planning, Submit an Announcement to the Diocesan Datebook.

At each stop he invites parishioners and students to attend and participate in a broadcast and process of "Discovering Our Faith." In 2006 the channel adopted the brand name CatholicTV and the slogan America's Catholic Television Network. CatholicTV programming is seen on cable systems in Massachusetts, California, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The network presents Sunday Masses from the National Shrine in Washington, the Basilica at Notre Dame, the cathedral in San Antonio, and the network's own chapel. [7], The CatholicTV Network relocated its studios and offices to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 2007.[5][8]. EWTN’s 11 global TV channels are broadcast in multiple languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week to over 350 million television households in more than 145 countries and territories. CatholicTV first launched locally in Boston in 1955, making it the oldest Catholic television network in the United States. [1] Today, it is distributed on cable television systems, internet television, and broadcast stations in sixteen U.S. states and the U.S. Virgin Islands and now Worldwide. It’s proved a most effective way to communicate our message of salvation through God’s infinite love to a global Catholic … By 2007 it had entered into a programming exchange agreement with the Canadian channel Salt + Light Television. In 1961 the Catholic Television Center's studios became the temporary home of educational broadcaster WGBH-TV when that station's studios were destroyed in a fire. Saint Thérèse of Lisieux is the patroness of CatholicTV. The CatholicTV Network is a national cable television network that broadcasts the Catholic Mass every day and the Spanish Mass on Sunday. Please do not duplicate or redistribute in any form without the expressed written consent of the Archdiocese of San Antonio. From the Society’s traditional home visits, food pantries and assistance with rent and utilities, to innovative health care, financial and mentoring programs, the Society’s Vincentians see the face of Christ in the people they encounter. On Satellite TV, you can find Sunday Mass on the DISH Network and DirecTV. Limited Basic service required to receive other services. It was the first full-time Catholic television station in the world employing a general entertainment format along with the daily and Sunday Mass. The C atholicTV Network America’s Catholic Television Network®. From that studio, equipped with three RCA TK31 cameras, the Center produced live and tape-recorded programs, and it purchased time from local commercial television stations to air the Sunday Mass each week. Every day, Catholic Television is about the transformation of lives, offering through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, an opportunity for the remodeling of our souls, instead of our out-of-date kitchens. We produce “Our Faith, Our Diocese,” a monthly program that includes interviews, coverage of diocesan events and ministries, previews of upcoming activities, catechesis on the faith, and other segments. CTV broadcasts the Live Daily Mass from the Cathedral of Saint Peter Monday through Friday, allowing many people who can’t get to church to participate in the liturgy. Catch up with the archbishop by clicking here and view past programs on demand. Watch Monday at 11:30 a.m. In April 1983 BCTV began offering programs to home viewers several hours a day through its own channel carried by cable television providers, at first in Massachusetts, then elsewhere in New England, and also as far away as Montreal, Quebec. [2][3], In 1957 the Catholic Television Center acquired a license to operate its own broadcasting station in Boston on channel 38 in the new UHF range of television channels. We produce and air a live dramatic re-enactment of the trail and crucifixion of Jesus Christ played out in the streets of historic downtown San Antonio on Good Friday. Peace, love, joy and God's protection. For more information and to see other Masses, visit our main website. Heart of the Nation Catholic Mass reaches 156 television markets nationwide on broadcast and cable channels. It is broadcast in Fresno, CA on KNXT, channel 50 and in Hawaii on KUPU, channel 15. A partial listing of CatholicTV programs: The network also presents short television features on general Christian themes and public service announcements from the Ad Council and other providers related to Catholic social teaching and issues such as family life, health, education, community, and the well-being of children. Restrictions apply. Every day, Catholic Television is about the transformation of lives, offering through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, an opportunity for the remodeling of our souls, instead of our out-of-date kitchens. CTV: Catholic Television broadcasts 24 hours a day and is carried on 7 cable systems covering most of the Diocese of Scranton, approximately 250,000 households. During each program the archbishop engages the audience in discussions about important issues of the day and the moral principles that provide a vital backdrop to the public discourse. Catholic radio stations also carry audio of the Mass in some cities. Our hearts are filled with gratitude for you and all of CTSA's loyal viewers.