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Friday, October 16, 2009

Catholics Can Learn About the Catholic Faith Online Anytime at CatholicTV.com

Catholics now have an online source for Catholic catechesis available to them at anytime at www.CatholicTV.com. CatholicTV.com offers many shows which aim to teach about the Catholic faith. These catechetical shows include a retreat based on the Ignatian Discernment of Spirits, a series on the Old Testament prophets, a Catechetical game show, a Catholic discussion show produced by teenagers, a show on Catholic marriage, and many others.

CatholicTV.com has over 60 shows for Catholics who are interested in learning more about their faith and growing closer to God. CatholicTV produces about 40% of its programming and all of the shows by CatholicTV have archived episodes viewable anytime.

Below are descriptions of some of the shows that teach about the Catholic faith at CatholicTV.com along with links to the show page.

WOW: The CatholicTV Challenge- Catholic game show featuring 3rd graders answering questions about the faith.


We’ve Got to Talk- Father Dan O’Connell preaches in front of a blue screen with unusual backgrounds. He was once filmed with a superhero costume on with a blue screen of the city in the background.


The Future Depends on Love- A program on marriage and how married love and life transforms the world.


Real FaithTV- A show for teens produced by teens which explores everyday issues of morality and faith from a young person’s perspective. Produced by Diocese of Trenton, NJ


In Your Faith- explains the Catholic faith simply and offers examples from the perspective of a young person. (Salt+Light Television)


CatholicTV’s broadcast is viewable 24 hours per day by visiting www.CatholicTV.com and clicking on “Watch CatholicTV Live”.

1 comment:

Marco F. said...

This is great, but still "unidirectional". Probably the greatest changes (and advantages?) due to the Internet for Catholics will be at another level, the one I introduced in The real effect of the Internet on Catholicism (or any other religion)

Best Regards,

Marco Fioretti