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Programming Schedule for
Saturday 13 Jul, 2019
The schedule is subject to change
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00:00
The World Seen From the Vatican   
00:30
From History to Hope   
Filmmaker and explorer Carl Wesley Anderson discovers stories of faith throughout Salvation-History. These unique stories illustrate everyday heroes walking out the Word of God in their daily lives through extraordinary circumstances.
01:00
Salt + Light Minute
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
Where God Weeps - Burma Card   
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.
02:00
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Canada's Role in Climate Action   
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.
02:30
Terra Santa   
The Terra Santa News is the weekly video news report, rich in information, that “tells the story” of the Holy Land, between faith, history, and current events.
03:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Perspectives on Consecrated Life: Br. Paul Bednarczyk   
This week, as part of our series on Consecrated Life, Deacon Pedro speaks with Br. Paul Bednarczyk, C.S.C, of the Congregation of Holy Cross about his vocation, his work and about consecrated life.
03:30
Witness - Cardinal Loris Capovilla   
Loris Capovilla was born at Pontelungo, near Padua, on October 14, 1915. He was ordained a priest of the Patriarchate of Venice in 1940 and did his military service in the Italian air force during the Second World War. After the war he was appointed editor of the Venice diocesan weekly newspaper as well as being a radio broadcaster. In 1953, when Angelo Guiseppe Roncalli (later Pope John XXIII) was appointed Patriarch of Venice, he made Capovilla his secretary. Elected Pope, John retained Capovilla as his personal secretary – and faithful supporter – and announced that he would convene a Vatican Council – the first in a century. Capovilla was behind some of the boldest initiatives of John’s papacy. He served John XXIII for 10 years, until the Pope’s death in 1963 from stomach cancer. In 1967, Pope Paul VI appointed Capovilla archbishop of the Abruzzo diocese of Chieti and four years later transferred him to Loreto to take charge of that revered Italian pilgrimage site. The Archbishop chose as his episcopal motto: “Obedentia et Pax” (Obedience and Peace) – the same motto of Angelo Roncalli – Pope John XXIII. In 1988 Capovilla made his final move to Sotto il Monte, the village near Bergamo where John had been born. There he opened a Pope John XXIII Museum and published his memoir of his time with him. Archbishop Loris kept alive the memory of the hopes aroused by the Second Vatican Council. He attended John’s beatification by Pope John Paul II in 2000. In 2014 Pope Francis announced that Capovilla would be a Cardinal but Loris was unable to attend the consistory where he was formally named cardinal. He was given the title Cardinal-Priest of the Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere in Rome. Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals traveled to Sotto il Monte and bestowed upon Capovilla the red biretta and cardinal's ring on March 1, 2014. Cardinal Loris could not attend the canonization ceremony of John XXIII on April 27, 2014, due to frail health, but he rejoiced quietly at his residence in Sotto il Monte as he saw one good Pope canonize two great Popes of the Second Vatican Council. In April 2014 and again in November 2015, Fr. Thomas Rosica met with Cardinal Capovilla in Sotto il Monte for two afternoons of long conversations about the Council and the Cardinal’s memories of John XXIII. This interview was done in Cardinal Capovilla’s study in Sotto il Monte November 2015. Cardinal Loris Capovilla died in Bergamo on May 26, 2016. He was 100 years old.
04:00
Beloved   
Visit the heart of the “Bible Belt” in Tennessee, where the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia have lived out their vows and apostolic life for almost 150 years.
05:00
Russian Composers in Concert
The Russian National Orchestra and Moscow Synodal Choir perform works by various Russian composers at the Vatican.
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
The World Seen From the Vatican   
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
Patterns of Evidence - The Hunt for Ten Plagues and the Exodus from Egypt (part 1)   
10:00
WOW - Patron Saints   NEW   
Catholic kids show off their knowledge of the Catholic faith in this fast paced game show. Each episode features a different 'Wudabout', picked by Nosey the 'know-it-all dog'.
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
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Share the Journey: A Global Campaign of Solidarity with Migrants   
31 people are forced to flee their home every minute. War, persecution, natural disasters, extreme poverty, and development mega-projects have created a global migration crisis the likes of which we've never seen. But Caritas Internationalis--the global development arm of the Catholic Church--is responding. Join guest host Sebastian Gomes and Development and Peace animator Luke Stocking for an in-depth look at the crisis, and the 2018 Development and Peace Fall Action Campaign "Share the Journey", in solidarity with the 68.5 million children, women, and men who have had to flee their homes. For more information, visit: devp.org
12:30
The World Seen From the Vatican   
13:00
From History to Hope   
Filmmaker and explorer Carl Wesley Anderson discovers stories of faith throughout Salvation-History. These unique stories illustrate everyday heroes walking out the Word of God in their daily lives through extraordinary circumstances.
13:30
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.
14:00
Where God Weeps - Burma Card   
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
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Canada's Role in Climate Action   
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.
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
François de Laval
Ce documentaire nous présente François de Laval, premier évêque de Québec et fondateur de l'Église en Amérique du Nord. Un homme de foi aux dimensions épiques, à la mesure d'un continent.
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 - The Rising Laity   
The rise of the laity in the Catholic Church is at the same time one of the successes of Vatican II, one thing that all Catholics take for granted, and an item still on the agenda of Church reformers today. The “new Catholic movements” are the most relevant embodiment of this new phenomenon in the global Church, but also one of the least researched fields by Catholic scholars. Vatican II expert and Villanova professor Massimo Faggioli sits down with Sebastian Gomes to discuss the birth and development of these movements in the post-Vatican II era, and what it means for the Catholic laity of the 21st century.
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
God's Greatest Hits - Nearer My God to Thee
Because music is so subjective, it is difficult to pronounce any single piece the most beautiful or the most divine – but God's Greatest Hits is a television series that does just that. It makes a case for the most powerful pieces of music ever written.
19:00
Reel Faith   
Do you love movies? On Reel Faith, hosts David DiCerto and Steven Greydanus offer a Catholic perspective on the latest Hollywood releases, and Father Robert Lauder selects his Movie With a Message. These are film reviews you can have faith in.
19:30
Eglises du Monde   
L’Église à travers le monde : ses spécificités, son rayonnement, mais aussi ses difficultés.
20:00
The Leahys - In Song
The Leahy family comes together to create new sound in this live concert, recorded at Toronto’s Koerner Hall on April 28, 2015.
21:40
God's Greatest Hits - Nearer My God to Thee
Because music is so subjective, it is difficult to pronounce any single piece the most beautiful or the most divine – but God's Greatest Hits is a television series that does just that. It makes a case for the most powerful pieces of music ever written.
22:00
Gregorian Chant: Voice of the Church
This documentary explores the history of Gregorian Chant and its place in the Church and liturgy.
22:30
I Am Mission   
What does it mean to be missionary? Why is it important for the Church today? "I Am Mission" makes us delve into the dynamism as well as the challenges of the universal call to mission, in light of the 5th Missionary Congress of the Americas.
23:00
Reel Faith   
Do you love movies? On Reel Faith, hosts David DiCerto and Steven Greydanus offer a Catholic perspective on the latest Hollywood releases, and Father Robert Lauder selects his Movie With a Message. These are film reviews you can have faith in.
23:30
Eglises du Monde   
L’Église à travers le monde : ses spécificités, son rayonnement, mais aussi ses difficultés.