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jeudi 23 novembre 2017
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00:00
Opus Dei, Decoding God's Work
David Naglieri unveils the real face of Opus Dei.
01:00
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines   
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.
01:30
Paul: From Tarsus to the World - From Antioch to Derbe
A long journey by land and sea offers the viewer insight into the life and thought of Paul of Tarsus, Apostle of the Gentiles by revisiting the sites of his intense missionary activity: Turkey, Crete, Cyprus, the southern Balkans, Greece, Malta and Rome. A chance to meet Paul today, discover his spiritual wealth, and allow ourselves to be caught up in his passion for announcing the Gospel.
02:00
The Nazareth Jesus Knew - The Ten Bridesmaids   
Dramatized history of the life and customs that Jesus would have seen and experienced in the 30 years before his ministry.
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 - Is there life after death?   
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
03:30
Witness - Bernie Sanders   
Independent politician Bernie Sanders was born on September 8, 1941, in Brooklyn, New York. He grew up as the youngest of two sons of Jewish immigrants from Poland. His father worked as a paint salesman. As part of a struggling working class family, Sanders recognized early on America's economic disparity. Sanders became involved in the civil rights movement during his time at university and served as an organizer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. After finishing college in 1964, Sanders lived on a kibbutz in Israel before settling in Vermont. He worked a number of jobs, including filmmaker and freelance writer. In 1981, he was elected as mayor of Burlington, the state’s largest city, by a mere 10 votes. Under his administration, the city made major strides in affordable housing, progressive taxation, environmental protection, childcare, women’s rights, youth programs and the arts. In 2006, Bernie was elected to the U.S. Senate after 16 years as Vermont’s sole congressman in the House of Representatives. Bernie is now serving his second term in the U.S. Senate after winning re-election in 2012 with 71 percent of the vote. In Congress, Bernie has fought tirelessly for working families, focusing on the shrinking middle class and growing gap between the rich and everyone else. Senator Bernie Sanders is America's longest-serving independent politician in Congress and a candidate for president of the United States in 2016. Bernie lives in Burlington, Vermont with his wife Jane, a Roman Catholic. They have four children and seven grandchildren.
07:00
Perspectives Daily   
07:05
Catholic Focus - Henri Nouwen: Way of the Heart
Deacon Pedro speaks with Sr. Sue Mosteller and Joe Egan about one of the greatest spiritual thinkers of our time, Henri Nouwen.
09:00
Rosary - Luminous 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
Where God Weeps - Israel Holy Land
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.
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
Celebration of Prayer for Peace in South Sudan and Congo   NEW   LIVE
From Altar of the Chair of Saint Peter in the St. Peter's Basilica, celebration of Prayer for Peace in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, presided over by Pope Francis.
12:30
Opus Dei, Decoding God's Work
David Naglieri unveils the real face of Opus Dei.
14:30
The Nazareth Jesus Knew - The Ten Bridesmaids   
Dramatized history of the life and customs that Jesus would have seen and experienced in the 30 years before his ministry.
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 - Luminous Mysteries   
18:30
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
19:00
Perspectives Daily   NEW   
19:05
General Audience   NEW   
Pope Francis' weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square, Rome.
20:00
The World Seen From the Vatican   NEW   
News and events from the Vatican are featured in this weekly newsmagazine series.
20:30
Aid to the Church in Need - Venezuela: Women at the Top
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) is an international Catholic charity under papal jurisdiction, which yearly offers financial support to more than 5,000 projects worldwide. Catholic charities like ACN support the poor and persecuted Church with prayer, pastoral relief and material assistance. Help is given to refugees of all denominations.
21:00
Subject Matters - The Catholic Church and Argentina’s Dirty War   
On August 3rd, 1976 in Córdoba, Argentina, Fr. James Weeks and five seminarians from the Missionaries of La Salette were kidnapped. A mob burst into the house they shared, claiming to be police looking for "subversive fighters." The seminarians were jailed and tortured for two months before eventually being exiled to the United States. The perpetrators were part of the Argentine military government that took power under President General Jorge Videla in 1976, ostensibly to fight Communism in the name of Christian Civilization. Videla claimed to lead a Catholic government, yet the government killed and persecuted many Catholics as part of Argentina's infamous Dirty War. Gustavo Morello, a native Argentinean and a Jesuit priest, sits down with Sebastian Gomes to discuss his new book in which both the victims and perpetrators are given a voice in an attempt to recreate the complex story of how the Argentine government deployed a discourse of Catholicism to justify the violence that it imposed on Catholics and how the official Catholic hierarchy in Argentina rationalized their silence in the face of this violence. (Oxford)
21:30
Catholicism - To the Ends of the Earth – Peter, Paul and the Missionary Adventure   
This engaging and interesting formational program uses the art, architecture, literature, music and all the treasures of the Catholic tradition to illuminate the timeless teachings of the Church.
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
General Audience   
Pope Francis' weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square, Rome.