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Programming Schedule for
Saturday 11 Aug, 2018
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00:00
The World Seen From the Vatican   
News and events from the Vatican are featured in this weekly newsmagazine series.
00:30
Subject Matters - Particles of Faith   
How can Catholics explain what the Church teaches about the relationship between science and faith? Scientist, writer, and scholar Stacy Trasancos gives us ways we can talk about how science and our Catholic faith work together to reveal the truth of Christ through the beauty of his creation. Stacy Trasancos has confronted some of the basic questions we all face. In Particles of Faith, she teaches us how to explain the symbiotic beauty between our curiosity expressed through science and our love of Christ and his Church. Trasancos uses her own story, as well as encyclicals such as Pope Francis’s Lumen Fidei, the deep reflections of theologians such as St. Thomas Aquinas, and the exacting work of Catholic scientists like Rev. Georges Lemaître (who proposed the game-changing Big Bang theory), to show how science and faith are interwoven and meant to guide us on the path to truth. By the time you finish reading Particles of Faith, you’ll be able to answer questions about, generate discussion on, and explain why science helps deepen your faith.
01:00
This Is The Day   
Bishop Robert Reed and Jay Fadden talk about the faith, pray for your intentions, and chat about what's going on in the local Church and beyond. Catholic authors, artists, musicians, organizers and ministers join us to talk about the exciting things they are doing to spread the faith and touch hearts.
01:30
Creation - Groaning   
Respect means recognizing the inherent dignity that all creation has. In this episode we find out what could happen when we don't respect creation. Deacon Pedro travels to Denver to investigate the effects of pharmaceuticals in the water, and he witnesses waste management in San Francisco as he reflects on the consequences of living in a consumeristic and “throw-away” culture.
02:00
Active Catholics - Lucille Logazzo
In this episode, Lucille Logozzo shares with us her lifelong passion for cheerleading. Combined with her strong foundation of faith, she has found her place at Fontbonne Hall Academy, Bay Ridge, where her religion, cheerleading, and academics all have the opportunity to thrive.
02:30
In Your Faith - Who is the Pope?   
Why do we need a pope? What is his job? Who’s your favourite pope? How is a pope chosen, and a great deal more.
03:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Is Reconciliation Possible for Syria   
Is reconciliation possible for Syria? That’s the question we’re asking this week on Perspectives: The Weekly Edition with our guest Elias Sadkni, Director of House of Peace, Syria.
03:30
Witness - Dr. Peter M. Meehan   
In this wide-ranging WITNESS Interview, Fr. Thomas Rosica speaks with Dr. Peter Meehan, a native of Toronto, Ontario and a graduate of St. Michael’s College School in Toronto. Peter Meehan received undergraduate degrees in History and Education from the University of St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto, a Master of Arts degree in History from the University of Windsor, and a Doctor of Education degree, also from the University of Toronto. Following his early experience as a high school teacher, Dr. Meehan joined the faculty of the School of Liberal Arts at Seneca@York as a professor of Canadian History. He has since served as Chair of the School of Liberal Arts and Academic Partnerships at Seneca College, and as an adjunct professor of Church History for St. Augustine’s Seminary in the Toronto School of Theology. Most recently, he served as Dean of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Seneca College, where he was responsible for developing groundbreaking liberal arts and science partnerships with York University and the University of Toronto. Dr. Meehan is a past president of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association, and for five years served as Editor of the refereed journal Historical Studies (2002-2007). He has been commissioned by the Archdiocese of Toronto to write the biography of Philip Pocock, seventh Archbishop of Toronto. Dr. Meehan currently lives in Vancouver, BC where he serves as the Principal pro tem of St. Mark’s College, the Catholic Theological College at the University of British Columbia, and President of Corpus Christi College.
04:00
In Conversation with Gaetano Gagliano - The Mass Media
Gaetano Gagliano discusses numerous topics related to faith, family, and civic life.
04:30
Prospettive settimanale - Don Rocco D’Ambrosio
05:00
Concerto Palestrina
Domenico Bartolucci directs the Sistine Chapel Choir in singing various works by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.
06:00
Il Santo Rosario - Misteri Gaudiosi
06:30
In Conversation with Gaetano Gagliano - The Mass Media
Gaetano Gagliano discusses numerous topics related to faith, family, and civic life.
07:00
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Prison Watch   
Context with Lorna Dueck is a weekly, half-hour, independently-produced television program. It presents "life beyond the headlines," exploring news and current affairs stories from a Christian world view.
07:30
Église en sortie   
Église en sortie est une émission sur la réalité de l’Église au Québec et au Canada francophone. Animé par Francis Denis et d’une durée de 25 minutes, Église en sortie est diffusée les vendredis soirs à 19h30. Gardant une perspective missionnaire, cette production originale de S+L vise à informer les catholiques et tous les francophones du Québec et du Canada sur les différentes initiatives apostoliques et catéchétiques des différentes églises locales. Suivant l’invitation du pape François à la transformation missionnaire de l’Église, Francis Denis et ses invités vous accompagneront chaque semaine à la découverte de cette Église “en sortie” qui, selon les mots mêmes du Pape argentin: « est la communauté des disciples missionnaires qui prennent l’initiative, qui s’impliquent, qui accompagnent, qui fructifient et qui fêtent » (EG, no 24).
08:00
Les mystères - Les mystères joyeux
08:30
Messe du jour   NOUVEAU   
La Messe du jour à l’Oratoire Saint-Joseph.
09:00
Rosary - Joyful Mysteries   
09:30
Seasons - Moving In   
10:00
In Your Faith - Who is the Pope?   
Why do we need a pope? What is his job? Who’s your favourite pope? How is a pope chosen, and a great deal more.
10:30
Le chapelet à Lourdes   NOUVEAU   
11:00
Daily Mass   NEW   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
11:30
教会透视 - 国、粵语
25-minute program presenting Church affairs in Chinese.
12:00
Creation - Groaning   
Respect means recognizing the inherent dignity that all creation has. In this episode we find out what could happen when we don't respect creation. Deacon Pedro travels to Denver to investigate the effects of pharmaceuticals in the water, and he witnesses waste management in San Francisco as he reflects on the consequences of living in a consumeristic and “throw-away” culture.
12:30
Pellegrinaggio dei giovani italiani in vista del Sinodo: - veglia di preghiera e incontro di Papa Francesco con i giovani italiani   NUOVO   IN DIRETTA
14:30
Active Catholics - Lucille Logazzo
In this episode, Lucille Logozzo shares with us her lifelong passion for cheerleading. Combined with her strong foundation of faith, she has found her place at Fontbonne Hall Academy, Bay Ridge, where her religion, cheerleading, and academics all have the opportunity to thrive.
15:00
Daily Mass   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
15:30
Rosary - Joyful Mysteries   
16:00
Famiglia e Chiesa
16:35
Prospettive settimanale - Don Rocco D’Ambrosio
17:00
The Word Exposed   NEW   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
17:30
Subject Matters - Particles of Faith   
How can Catholics explain what the Church teaches about the relationship between science and faith? Scientist, writer, and scholar Stacy Trasancos gives us ways we can talk about how science and our Catholic faith work together to reveal the truth of Christ through the beauty of his creation. Stacy Trasancos has confronted some of the basic questions we all face. In Particles of Faith, she teaches us how to explain the symbiotic beauty between our curiosity expressed through science and our love of Christ and his Church. Trasancos uses her own story, as well as encyclicals such as Pope Francis’s Lumen Fidei, the deep reflections of theologians such as St. Thomas Aquinas, and the exacting work of Catholic scientists like Rev. Georges Lemaître (who proposed the game-changing Big Bang theory), to show how science and faith are interwoven and meant to guide us on the path to truth. By the time you finish reading Particles of Faith, you’ll be able to answer questions about, generate discussion on, and explain why science helps deepen your faith.
18:00
Down To Earth
For God so loved the world, he gave us his only son. The Faith is down to earth. Rodney Leung hosts a series of in-depth interviews with the clergy, religious, expert in church which brings us closer to Jesus, to learn about the Church, to go out and live out our faith in the society.
18:30
General Audience   
Pope Francis' weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square, Rome.
19:00
Catholic Focus - Meet Brother Francis   
Do you remember your favorite TV cartoon as a kid? For many Catholic families today it's "Brother Francis". He’s a young, spirited Franciscan Friar who loves life and is dying to tell you about God. Writer and producer Robert Fernandez, the man who brought Brother Francis to life in this high-quality animated series, is on the program to discuss the inspiration for the character, and the intricacies and challenges of reaching kids with the message of the Catholic Church today.
19:30
Charité Sans Frontières: Missionnaires de la Miséricorde
À quelques kilomètres de la Cordillère des Andes, en périphérie de Santiago du Chili, La Pincoya est un des quartiers les plus dangereux et les plus pauvres du pays. Mais dans ce bidonville, marqué par la violence et les trafics de drogue, un couple « ordinaire » nous offre un exemple extraordinaire en apportant l’espérance à ceux qui souffrent. En 2013 Romain et Rena de Chateauvieux, avec leurs quatre enfants, s’installent au cœur de cette misère et fondent l’Œuvre Misericordia. Une association dont le but est d’être « une présence aimante et active » auprès des plus démunis. À travers les rayons de la Compassion et de l’Évangélisation Misericordia occupe un terrain à la fois humain et spirituel. Par la compassion, les missionnaires veulent servir les plus pauvres : ils visitent les personnes malades pour tenter de soulager leurs souffrances, ils rencontrent dans les rues les exclus pour partager leurs peines, ils accueillent et prennent soin des enfants délaissés. Par l’Évangélisation, les missionnaires veulent porter la Bonne Nouvelle de l’Évangile aux petits et aux humbles, « à ceux qui peinent et qui sont fatigués ». Par ces actions concrètes de charité et d’apostolat dans les lieux de souffrance, Misericordia veut être comme le « cœur du Christ » qui accueille tous les hommes avec amour. Une expérience qui « ramène à l’essentiel »…
20:00
Finding St. Anthony: A Story of Loss and Light   
Filmmaker Ed Roy discovers the life and legacy of St. Anthony of Padua, and how his spirituality has lived on through the ages.
21:00
Catholica 200: Messe solennelle à la cathédrale Saint-Boniface   
Le cardinal Gérald Cyprien Lacroix présidera une Messe solennelle devant la cathédrale Saint-Boniface. La célébration eucharistique fait partie d’une journée complète de festivités et sera commentée par le Père Thomas Rosica, csb, directeur-général de la télévision Sel + Lumière. Cardinal Gerald Cyprien Lacroix will preside a solemn Mass on the grounds of the Cathedral of Saint Boniface. The Eucharistic celebration takes places during a full day of festivities around the 200th anniversary of the Archdiocese. It will include commentary by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, CEO of Salt + Light Television.
23:30
Amoris