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mardi 19 juin 2018
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00:05
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.
00:30
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Price Fixing   
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.
01:00
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
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 - Work and Worship
Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, a 30-minute program featuring in-depth discussions on hot topics and with special guests.
03:30
Witness - Matteo Ciofi   
Born and raised in Rome, Matteo Ciofi has always had a passion for journalism. After studying at the Universita’ Roma Tor Vergata, he had his first journalistic experience at the local television station, and later started to write for various Italian websites. In 2013, he moved to Ireland to study at the Atlantic Language School, and then went back to Dublin for an internship at The Irish Catholic newspaper. Since last January, he has been working at Salt + Light Television, initially in the Marketing and Communications Department, and now in Production.
07:00
Perspectives Daily   
07:05
The World Seen From the Vatican   
News and events from the Vatican are featured in this weekly newsmagazine series.
09:00
Rosary - Sorrowful Mysteries   
09:30
Ends of the Earth
Canadian high schools students travel to the Yukon on a mission trip in the face of harsh climates and the stark beauty of the north.
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
Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Lively Virtues - Gluttony and Asceticism
Join Father Robert Barron for this engaging presentation concerning the Seven Deadly Sins, those great spiritual blocks that inhibit our flourishing in relationship with God and one another. Based on Dante’s writings, the seven deadly sins correspond to the seven stories of Dante’s Mt. Purgatory. Pride, envy, anger, sloth, gluttony, avarice and lust are all presented as patterns of dysfunction within us that lead to unhappiness.
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 - Sorrowful Mysteries   
18:30
Context with Lorna Dueck: Life Beyond the Headlines - Price Fixing   
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.
19:00
Perspectives Daily   NEW   
19:05
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.
19:55
Subject Matters - Soldier of Christ   
Debates over the legacy of Pope Pius XII are so heated they are known as the “Pius wars.” Robert Ventresca’s definitive biography Soldier of Christ moves beyond competing caricatures in a remarkably comprehensive and balanced way. While offering insight into the pope’s response to Nazism, Ventresca argues that it was the Cold War and Pius XII’s manner of engaging with the modern world that defined his pontificate. Accused of moral equivocation during the Holocaust, Pius XII later fought the spread of Communism in Western Europe, spoke against the persecution of Catholics in Eastern Europe and Asia, and tackled a range of social and political issues. By appointing the first indigenous cardinals from China and India and expanding missions in Africa while expressing solidarity with independence movements, he internationalized the church’s membership and moved Catholicism beyond the colonial mentality of previous eras. Drawing from a diversity of international sources, including unexplored documentation from the Vatican, Ventresca reveals a paradoxical figure: a prophetic reformer of limited vision whose leadership both stimulated the emergence of a global Catholicism and sowed doubt and dissension among some of the church’s most faithful servants. (Harvard University Press).
20:25
Witness - Sr. Mary Louise Mitchell   
Join Fr.Thomas Rosica as he sits down with high-level Church and civic leaders.
21:00
This Is The Day   NEW   
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.
21:30
The Word Exposed   
Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila reflects on Sunday's Mass readings each week.
22:00
Where God Weeps - Sri Lanka Fr. Tharanga Appuhamy   NEW   
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.
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
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.
23:55
Subject Matters - Soldier of Christ   
Debates over the legacy of Pope Pius XII are so heated they are known as the “Pius wars.” Robert Ventresca’s definitive biography Soldier of Christ moves beyond competing caricatures in a remarkably comprehensive and balanced way. While offering insight into the pope’s response to Nazism, Ventresca argues that it was the Cold War and Pius XII’s manner of engaging with the modern world that defined his pontificate. Accused of moral equivocation during the Holocaust, Pius XII later fought the spread of Communism in Western Europe, spoke against the persecution of Catholics in Eastern Europe and Asia, and tackled a range of social and political issues. By appointing the first indigenous cardinals from China and India and expanding missions in Africa while expressing solidarity with independence movements, he internationalized the church’s membership and moved Catholicism beyond the colonial mentality of previous eras. Drawing from a diversity of international sources, including unexplored documentation from the Vatican, Ventresca reveals a paradoxical figure: a prophetic reformer of limited vision whose leadership both stimulated the emergence of a global Catholicism and sowed doubt and dissension among some of the church’s most faithful servants. (Harvard University Press).