Thursday, August 19, 2010
New CatholicTV Show Highlights Lives and Spirituality of Catholic College Students and a Unique Religious Order
Starting September 6th, CatholicTV will air a new program called “Hope on Campus”. Hope on Campus follows the relatively young religious order- (est. 1980) the Brotherhood of Hope (BOH).
BOH serves at large, secular universities, “trying to go where the Gospel is often ignored, into the thick of secular culture”.
The new 13-part series, Hope on Campus, explores the work of the Brotherhood of Hope. Some of the amazing work they are known for include large retreats which often have more than 100 participants.
Each episode includes an on-site, student-produced video. Episode themes include:
Mission to Tanzania: Students volunteer to visit Tanzania and help the local community.
Sex and Life on Campus: BOH responds to “Sex Week” and gathers students from all four of their campuses for a trip to the March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Opening Week Evangelization: Shows how BOH and Catholic students welcome new students to campus and evangelize them.
CatholicTV broadcasts on various cable outlets in the U.S. and streams its broadcast 24/7 at CatholicTV.com.
The weekly schedule for Hope on Campus is as follows: Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., Friday. 6 p.m., Saturday. 11:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Each week, a new, full-length episode of Hope on Campus will be added to the CatholicTV.com website. Starting the week of September 6th, simply visit http://www.CatholicTV.com/campus-ministry.aspx