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Programming Schedule for
Sunday 15 Oct, 2017
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00:00
John Paul II: I Kept Looking for You
A feature-length documentary looking at the life and message of the great Saint John Paul II.
01:30
Living Stones: Walking Humbly in the Land We Call Holy   
Join Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann as he travels through Jordan, Palestine and Israel meeting Christians, learning about the work they do and sharing their stories.
02:30
Daily Mass   NEW   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
03:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Work and Worship
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
03:30
Witness - Sisters of St. Joseph
In this WITNESS interview, Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, sits down with Sr. Thérèse Meunier, CSJ, Sr. Mechtilde O’Mara, CSJ, and Sr. Mary Rose Marrin, CSJ, as they share their vocation stories and experiences as members of the Congregation of St. Joseph. Sr. Thérèse serves as the Congregational Leader of the Toronto Sisters of St. Joseph. Sr. Mechtilde, retired university professor in Classics is Ministry Director of Faith Connections, the Sisters of St. Joseph Ministry to young adults. Sr. Mary Rose is involved in parish ministry with the elderly, raising awareness of their potential for spiritual growth in the second half of life.
04:00
Famiglia e Chiesa
04:30
Famiglia e Chiesa
05:05
Udienza Generale
Un appuntamento settimanale con il Santo Padre dove egli da una riflessione sulle scritture ai fedeli raddunati nella Piazza di San Pietro.
06:00
Il Santo Rosario - Misteri Gloriosi
06:30
Prospettive settimanale - San Pio a Roma - Speciale
Special episode with Fr Ruggiero about Padre Pio in Rome in February.
07:00
Catholic Focus - Henri Nouwen: Way of the Heart
Deacon Pedro speaks with Sr. Sue Mosteller and Joe Egan about one of the greatest spiritual thinkers of our time, Henri Nouwen.
07:30
Eglises du Monde   
L’Église à travers le monde : ses spécificités, son rayonnement, mais aussi ses difficultés.
08:00
Chapelet à la Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal - Mystères Glorieux   
S.E. Mgr. Christian Lépine récite les mystères glorieux lors de la fête du Chapelet à la Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal.
08:30
CCC - Le jour où le soleil a dansé, la vraie histoire de Fatima   
Lucie, François et Jacinthe, trois petits bergers, reçoivent la visite de la Reine du Ciel.
09:05
CCC - The Day the Sun Danced: The True Story of Fatima   
In 1917, three children named Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta experienced a great miracle. While herding a flock of sheep outside the tiny village of Fatima, Portugal, the Blessed Mother visited them, not once, but many times, telling the children great and wondrous secrets that would affect all of creation.
09:35
Witness - Sr. Laurie Brink, OP   
Sr. Laurie Brink is a Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa. She is Associate Professor of New Testament Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Brink investigates the ancient social, religious, and cultural world out of which early Christianity emerged. Having worked as a senior staff member for the Combined Caesarea Expedition in Israel, she seeks to integrate archaeological research and biblical exegesis. She has directed an interdisciplinary project in which scholars of Roman history, archaeology, Early Christianity, and Jewish Studies investigated ancient burial practices and the emergence of identifiable Christian practices. Her current work engages audience-oriented analysis to evaluate the characterization and function of the soldiers and centurions in Luke-Acts. She is also researching and writing a book on the biblical foundations of friendship. Brink is an associate editor of The Bible Today, and has recorded two lecture series (Acts of the Apostles and Philippians) for Now You Know Media. Her publications include: “A General’s Exhortation to His Troops: Paul’s Military Rhetoric in 2 Cor 10:1-11,” Biblische Zeitschrift (2005/2006), Commemorating the Dead: Texts and Artifacts in Context (DeGruyter, 2008), In This Place: Reflections on the Land of the Gospels for the Liturgical Cycles (Wipf & Stock, 2008), “Seen But Not Heard: Women Prophets in Caesarea,” Finding A Woman’s Place: Essays in Honor of Carolyn Osiek (Pickwick, 2010), “U.S. Sisters: Accolades and Admonitions,” New Theology Review (2011), “Let the Dead Bury the Dead—Using Archaeology to Understand the Bible,” The Bible Today (2011). “In Search of the Biblical Foundations of Prophetic Dialogue: Engaging a Hermeneutics of Otherness,” Missiology 41 (2013); “Introduction to Pauline Literature,” “Romans,” “First Corinthians,” “Second Corinthians” Readers’ Guide entries for the Anselm Academic Bible (2013).
10:05
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Ecumenical Update 2017
2017 marks the historic 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, which began when an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany. What began as a theological debate would quickly morph into a social, political and ecclesial revolution that split Western Christianity. But today, after much theological discussion, and with the inspired leadership of Pope Francis, the quest for church unity is bearing significant fruit. The Catholic and Lutheran churches are closer today than any other period of the last five centuries, and this anniversary year could be the moment of unexpected breakthrough. In this context, host Sebastian Gomes sits down with Fr. Damian MacPherson, the Director of Ecumenical and Interfaith Affairs for the Archdiocese of Toronto, and Pastor Christian Ceconi of Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church in Toronto, to discuss the legacy of the Reformation and the new impetus towards full unity between the Christian churches in 2017. Also discussed: the Pope’s October 2016 ecumenical visit to Sweden, and the remaining obstacles to sharing sacramental communion in the Eucharist.
10:30
Canonization Mass   NEW   
From St. Peter's Square, Holy Mass is presided over by Pope Francis and with Canonization of the Blessed.
13:00
Christian Culture Series - Power, Personalities and Politics at the Vatican
Author of the recent New York Times best seller, “The Vatican Diaries: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Power, Personalities and Politics at the Heart of the Catholic Church,”  John Thavis examines the reign of Pope Benedict, the momentous transition that just took place in the papacy, and the history of one of the world’s oldest and most mysterious institutions.
14:00
Where God Weeps - Ukraine, strengthening the faith amidst the crises
Where God Weeps draws on experts to touch on topics like poverty, human trafficking, AIDS, Christian persecution, and war. The show aims to awaken the awareness of Catholic viewers to the situation of the Church in need worldwide.
14:30
Aid to the Church in Need - Egypt: Kidnapped Brides
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) is an international Catholic charity under papal jurisdiction, which yearly offers financial support to more than 5,000 projects worldwide. Catholic charities like ACN support the poor and persecuted Church with prayer, pastoral relief and material assistance. Help is given to refugees of all denominations.
15:00
The Sunday Mass   NEW   
The Passionists of the St. Paul of the Cross Province began their television ministry in New York in December of 1970. Today, hundreds of thousands join in the celebration of The Sunday Mass.
15:30
Rosary - Glorious Mysteries   
16:00
Famiglia e Chiesa
16:35
Canonisations à Rome   NOUVEAU   
19:00
Witness - Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk
Join Fr.Thomas Rosica as he sits down with high-level Church and civic leaders.
19:30
Nouvelles de Terre Sainte   NOUVEAU   
Terra Santa News est l'emission hebdomadaire qui raconte l'histoire de la Terre Sainte.
20:00
Aid to the Church in Need - Pakistan: Situation of Christians   NEW
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) is an international Catholic charity under papal jurisdiction, which yearly offers financial support to more than 5,000 projects worldwide. Catholic charities like ACN support the poor and persecuted Church with prayer, pastoral relief and material assistance. Help is given to refugees of all denominations.
20:30
Catholicism - Amazed and Afraid – The Revelation of God Become Man   
This engaging and interesting formational program uses the art, architecture, literature, music and all the treasures of the Catholic tradition to illuminate the timeless teachings of the Church.
21:30
Phoenix Rising; A   NEW   
22:00
Canonization Mass   
From St. Peter's Square, Holy Mass is presided over by Pope Francis and with Canonization of the Blessed.