Horaire pour
mercredi 29 mars 2017
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00:00
The Gist
A dynamic trio from Boston, Danielle Bean, Rachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath, host this talk show using humor and personal experience, to cover a variety of topics on motherhood and family life.
00:30
The World I Know: Virtues in Action - Respect   
The ability to treat oneself and others with equal consideration and courtesy. Respect is the basis of any relationship. Many schools understand this and therefore ensure that programs promoting respect in the classrooms and in the schoolyards exist, as we hear from Akheem Isaac. Merwyn Rosario shares his thoughts on how to learn to respect the very same person who bullies you, while Sr. Antoniana Maria Macapagal, a Sister of Life, speaks about her admiration for Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who treated all people with the respect they deserved as children of God.
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
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
02:00
Where God Weeps - Lebanon
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.
02:30
Daily Mass   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
03:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Do new communities increase or decrease the Church’s unity?
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
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.
07:00
Perspectives Daily   
07:05
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.
09:00
Rosary Stars - Glorious Mysteries   
09:30
Subject Matters - Power from the Margins: The Emergence of the Latino in the Church and in Society
From his roots in Bay City, Texas, to his service as a priest and later bishop of Las Cruces, New Mexico, Ricardo Ramirez’s life has unfolded against the struggles, the hopes, and the vibrant faith of the Latino Church in the United States. In Power from the Margins he traces the historic struggle of the Latino Church to find its voice and outlines a road map for the future. His reflections range from the role of the family and the promise of youth, to education, civil rights, and the challenge of immigration. Probing the profound faith that lives in the Latino Catholic heart, he explores the role of popular piety, devotion to Mary, and “liturgy as fiesta.” Concluding with reflections on the impact of Pope Francis, he echoes the Pope, calling on the whole church to come out of our comfort zones, to follow Jesus, and discover the power that lies at the margins. (Orbis Books)
11:00
Daily Mass   NEW   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
12:05
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.
12:30
The Gist
A dynamic trio from Boston, Danielle Bean, Rachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath, host this talk show using humor and personal experience, to cover a variety of topics on motherhood and family life.
13:00
The World I Know: Virtues in Action - Respect   
The ability to treat oneself and others with equal consideration and courtesy. Respect is the basis of any relationship. Many schools understand this and therefore ensure that programs promoting respect in the classrooms and in the schoolyards exist, as we hear from Akheem Isaac. Merwyn Rosario shares his thoughts on how to learn to respect the very same person who bullies you, while Sr. Antoniana Maria Macapagal, a Sister of Life, speaks about her admiration for Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who treated all people with the respect they deserved as children of God.
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
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
14:30
Where God Weeps - Lebanon
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.
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 Stars - Glorious Mysteries   
18:30
Where God Weeps - Lebanon
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.
19:00
Perspectives Daily   NEW   
19:05
Catholic Focus - Mining: The Untold Story, Part 2   
For years Canada has maintained very strict policies regarding the sustainable development of our nation’s mining industry. But our country seldom upholds these same laws when operating in foreign lands. Find out more on Catholic Focus. Part 2.
20:00
Francis: The Pope from the New World
Francis: the Pope From the New World unveils the personality, passion and extraordinary faith of the new Pope. Shot on location in Buenos Aires, and featuring interviews with close friends, collaborators, and his official biographer - this documentary film traces the remarkable rise of Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
21:00
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Age of Anxiety   NEW   
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.
21:30
On This Night - Exodus
Easter is a good time to remember where it all began. In this first episode of three, Deacon Pedro speaks with Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich about the exodus from Egypt and the significance of Moses for the Jewish people.
22:00
Travels and Traditions - Southwestern France
Burt Wolf first visits Toulouse, exploring the history of the pastel industry and the Basilique St. Semin. We follow his discovery of the Bastides, Southwestern France’s 13th century hilltop towns; the history of the Canal du Midi and the medieval fortress Carcassonne; as well as Albi, the ancestral home of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec. Burt also shares some experiences with lodging and traditional food in Southwestern France.
22:30
Daily Mass   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
23:00
Perspectives Daily   
23:05
Catholic Focus - Mining: The Untold Story, Part 2   
For years Canada has maintained very strict policies regarding the sustainable development of our nation’s mining industry. But our country seldom upholds these same laws when operating in foreign lands. Find out more on Catholic Focus. Part 2.