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lundi 24 juillet 2017
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00:00
Witness - Catherine Kemp
Join Fr.Thomas Rosica as he sits down with high-level Church and civic leaders.
01:00
WYD 2002 Memories: Planning the Event
Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann remembers WYD 2002 and reflects on its impact with former WYD staff, Joan Gregson and Paul Kilbertus.
01:30
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - WYD 10 Years Later
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
02:00
Catholic Extension
02:30
The Sunday Mass   
The Passionists of the St. Paul of the Cross Province began their television ministry in New York in December of 1970. Today, hundreds of thousands join in the celebration of The Sunday Mass.
03:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - Should we care for Holy Sites?
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
03:30
Witness - Catherine Kemp
Join Fr.Thomas Rosica as he sits down with high-level Church and civic leaders.
07:00
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition - WYD 10 Years Later
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
09:00
Rosary Stars - Joyful Mysteries   
09:30
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
10:00
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.
11:00
Daily Mass   NEW   
The National Catholic Broadcasting Council presents The Daily Catholic Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto.
12:00
Changing Course: A Catholic project for city schools
S+L follows at-risk students for one year as Catholic schools launch a new approach to changing the school culture.
12:30
WYD 2002 Memories: Planning the Event
Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann remembers WYD 2002 and reflects on its impact with former WYD staff, Joan Gregson and Paul Kilbertus.
13:00
Reliving World Youth Day Song of the Cross   NEW
Reliving WYD Song of the Cross.
14:00
World Youth Day 2002: Lasting Friendships   NEW
Irish Pilgrims remember attending World Youth Day in Toronto, Canada in July 2002.
14:30
Panes of Glory: The Windows of St. Peter's Seminary - The Women in the Windows   
Salt + Light’s Mary Rose Bacani joins Fr. Michael Prieur, who reveals his insights surrounding the beautiful stained glass windows of St. Peter’s Seminary in London, Ontario. Each episode features the sublime voices of the internationally-renowned Amabile Choirs from London, Ontario. This episode: The Women in the Windows - models of strength and grace.
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 - Joyful Mysteries   
18:30
Witness - Catherine Kemp
Join Fr.Thomas Rosica as he sits down with high-level Church and civic leaders.
19:00
Perspectives Daily   NEW   
19:05
Point of View: Interpreting the Francis Effect - Charles Clark   
The heated debate over Pope Francis’ economic ideas has exposed the diverging perspectives that exist among many Catholics. Charles Clark is a Catholic economist and advisor to the Holy See Mission to the United Nations. He applauds Pope Francis for pushing an evidence-based critique of the global economy, and says the Pope’s call to put human beings at the center of all economic activity has profound consequences for the way we think about money and wealth, and, more importantly, how we choose to use them.
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
Point of View: Interpreting the Francis Effect - Charles Clark   
The heated debate over Pope Francis’ economic ideas has exposed the diverging perspectives that exist among many Catholics. Charles Clark is a Catholic economist and advisor to the Holy See Mission to the United Nations. He applauds Pope Francis for pushing an evidence-based critique of the global economy, and says the Pope’s call to put human beings at the center of all economic activity has profound consequences for the way we think about money and wealth, and, more importantly, how we choose to use them.