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Programming Schedule for
Monday 10 Dec, 2018
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00:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Church Reform Under Pope Francis
Pope Francis was elected to reform the Vatican and inspire the Church anew. How much progress has he made in four years? Church historian and author Christopher Bellitto joins Sebastian Gomes to discuss the history of reform in the Catholic Church, what’s new in Pope Francis’ efforts, the progress that he’s made and the work yet to be accomplished, and why some Catholics—including bishops and cardinals—are resistant.
00:30
Taking the Pulse: Youth, Faith and Vocations - Why Would You Become a Catholic?   
There are many reasons why young people feel attracted to the Catholic Church. Do they feel that the Church answers some of their fundamental questions? Do they feel that the Church addresses their needs? Is it the sense of belonging, or is it the Teachings? Is it the Ritual or is it the Mass?
01:00
Lectio Divina with Cardinal Thomas Collins - The Vine and the Branches (John 15.1-27)
In each episode of Lectio Divina, Cardinal Collins slowly reads an excerpt from Scripture, offers a short reflection, and invites the congregation to quietly meditate on the passage. Rather than Bible study, it is intended to draw us closer to God through this sacred reading, and to transform our attitudes and behaviour.
02:00
Signs of the Season
We're surrounded by signs of the Advent and Christmas season for weeks before the big day. Where did these come from and why do we use them? Tune in to find out.
02:30
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
03:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Perspectives on Consecrated Life: Fr. Christopher Collins, SJ   
Perspectives on Consecrated Life: Christopher Collins, SJ This week on the Weekly Edition of Perspectives we continue celebrating consecrated and religious vocations. Today, Deacon Pedro speaks with Fr. Christopher Collins, SJ of the Jesuit Apostleship of the Sacred Heart.
03:30
Witness - Floribeth Mora Diaz
When Pope Francis proclaimed his predecessor, Pope John Paul II, a saint in on April 27, 2014, one of the special guests at the huge ceremony in St. Peter’s Square was a middle-aged Costa Rican woman, Floribeth Mora Diaz and her family. Floribeth had suffered a brain aneurysm in April, 2011. After a series of tests in hospital, including a brain scan, and after a three-hour operation, doctors gave her the bad news. Doctors sent her home and told her that she had one month to live and there was little hope for her. She began praying to the late John Paul, to whom she was very devoted and who died six years earlier in 2005. On May 1, 2011, still sick, she woke up at 2 a.m. and turned on the television to watch the ceremony in St. Peter's Square where John Paul was being beatified, the last step before sainthood. She felt a strong presence of Blessed John Paul II who told her not to be afraid. She arose from her bed, shocking her husband, and told him, "I feel good." After successive tests, her doctors were stupefied and they had no way to explain her sudden healing. A Vatican medical commission later declared that the cure was medically inexplicable. This was the miracle needed for John Paul II’s canonization. In this exclusive WITNESS interview with Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, Floribeth Mora shares her miraculous story of healing.
04:00
Famiglia e Chiesa
04:30
Angelus con il Papa
05:00
Concerto Reconciliazione
Jewish, Christian and Muslim musicians perform in this variety concert on the occasion of Pope Benedict's visit to Israel in May 2009.
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
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Church Reform Under Pope Francis
Pope Francis was elected to reform the Vatican and inspire the Church anew. How much progress has he made in four years? Church historian and author Christopher Bellitto joins Sebastian Gomes to discuss the history of reform in the Catholic Church, what’s new in Pope Francis’ efforts, the progress that he’s made and the work yet to be accomplished, and why some Catholics—including bishops and cardinals—are resistant.
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   EN DIRECT  
La Messe du jour à l’Oratoire Saint-Joseph.
09:00
Rosary - Joyful Mysteries   
09:30
Catholic Focus - Palestinian Liberation Theology   
If ever there was a classic case of an irresistible force pitted against an immovable object, the Palestine-Israel conflict is it. Two peoples both insist that the same piece of land is rightfully theirs, and they've been fighting over it for more than 70 years. And while it's been said that this conflict isn't about religion itself, religion has been used since its very beginning to advance certain political goals. What are we as Christians to think of the claims of the Israeli and Palestinian peoples? How can faith inform our viewpoint? And how are we to respond? Join Allyson Kenny as she speaks to Dr. Naim Ateek, a Palestinian Anglican priest and the author of "A Palestinian Theology of Liberation: The Bible, Justice, and the Palestine-Israel Conflict" about how Palestinian Liberation Theology seeks to answer these questions and more.
10:00
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Me Too, Time's Up   
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.
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
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.
12:00
Witness - Stephen Walford   
Join Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, from Rome as he speaks to Stephen Walford, author of "Pope Francis, The Family and Divorce: In Defence of Truth and Mercy"
12:30
Taking the Pulse: Youth, Faith and Vocations - Why Would You Become a Catholic?   
There are many reasons why young people feel attracted to the Catholic Church. Do they feel that the Church answers some of their fundamental questions? Do they feel that the Church addresses their needs? Is it the sense of belonging, or is it the Teachings? Is it the Ritual or is it the Mass?
13:00
Lectio Divina with Cardinal Thomas Collins - The Vine and the Branches (John 15.1-27)
In each episode of Lectio Divina, Cardinal Collins slowly reads an excerpt from Scripture, offers a short reflection, and invites the congregation to quietly meditate on the passage. Rather than Bible study, it is intended to draw us closer to God through this sacred reading, and to transform our attitudes and behaviour.
14:00
Christmas at the Cathedral - Christmas at the Cathedral
The Boys' choir from the Choir of St. Paul's Harvard Square perform a concert at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston.
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
16:30
Pagine Vaticane
Pagine Vaticane è il nuovo programma in italiano di Salt and Light TV, ogni venerdì ripercorriamo la settimana e gli eventi principali avvenuti in Vaticano. Spazio ovviamente alle parole di Papa Francesco, oltre a interviste e contenuti in esclusiva.
17:00
Messe du jour   EN DIRECT  
La Messe du jour à l’Oratoire Saint-Joseph.
17:30
Vêpres à Notre-Dame de Paris   NOUVEAU   
L'office des vêpres en provenance de la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris.
18:00
Witness - Chinese
18:30
Vatican Connections with Noel Ocol   
19:00
Perspectives Daily   NEW   
19:05
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Church Reform Under Pope Francis
Pope Francis was elected to reform the Vatican and inspire the Church anew. How much progress has he made in four years? Church historian and author Christopher Bellitto joins Sebastian Gomes to discuss the history of reform in the Catholic Church, what’s new in Pope Francis’ efforts, the progress that he’s made and the work yet to be accomplished, and why some Catholics—including bishops and cardinals—are resistant.
19:30
Perspectives quotidien   NOUVEAU   
19:35
Aide à l'Église en Détresse - Indonésie : vocation à vivre ensemble
L'originalité de l'AED vient du fait qu'elle s'emploie à assister non pas tant les individus que les communautés de fidèles catholiques, partout où ceux-ci se trouvent en difficulté, soit à cause de la persécution dont ils sont l'objet, soit à cause de besoins matériels criants. Témoin de son ouverture œcuménique, la sollicitude de l'AED s'étend aussi à l'Église Orthodoxe.
20:05
Lumière du monde   NOUVEAU   
L’émission Lumière du monde est une série de reportages éclairants sur les événements de l’Église ainsi que sur l’actualité spirituelle et religieuse de notre temps. Produite par l’Institut Apostolique Renaissance, en étroite collaboration avec l’Église catholique de Québec, elle se veut une lumière sur les questions de l’heure et une touche d’espérance à travers les préoccupations d’aujourd’hui.
20:35
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).
21:05
La Foi prise au Mot   NOUVEAU   
Dans un style simple et direct des spécialistes, universitaires ou prêtres, dialoguent avec Régis Burnet, bibliste, en apportant des réponses aux questions que nous pouvons nous poser sur la foi, la liturgie ou encore, la tradition.
22:00
Nouvelles de Terre Sainte   
Terra Santa News est l'emission hebdomadaire qui raconte l'histoire de la Terre Sainte.
22:30
Vatican Connections with Noel Ocol   
23:00
Perspectives Daily   
23:05
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Church Reform Under Pope Francis
Pope Francis was elected to reform the Vatican and inspire the Church anew. How much progress has he made in four years? Church historian and author Christopher Bellitto joins Sebastian Gomes to discuss the history of reform in the Catholic Church, what’s new in Pope Francis’ efforts, the progress that he’s made and the work yet to be accomplished, and why some Catholics—including bishops and cardinals—are resistant.
23:30
Perspectives quotidien   
23:35
Aide à l'Église en Détresse - Indonésie : vocation à vivre ensemble
L'originalité de l'AED vient du fait qu'elle s'emploie à assister non pas tant les individus que les communautés de fidèles catholiques, partout où ceux-ci se trouvent en difficulté, soit à cause de la persécution dont ils sont l'objet, soit à cause de besoins matériels criants. Témoin de son ouverture œcuménique, la sollicitude de l'AED s'étend aussi à l'Église Orthodoxe.