“The Church needs to be concerned for, and present in, the world of communication, in order to dialogue with people today and to help them encounter Christ.”
– Pope Francis
In the July edition of Our Faith…Our Diocese…
We’ll share with you highlights of the service from St. Peter’s Cathedral when Fr. Seth Wasnock was ordained as the newest priest in the Diocese of Scranton.
We’ll see how our seminarians are witnessing firsthand the life and ministry of a parish priest through the summer parish assignment program.
Fr. Richard Burke, rector for St. Ann’s Monastery and Basilica discusses the upcoming celebration of the Solemn Novena to St. Ann and how the power of prayer and St. Ann’s intercession continue to touch the lives of thousands of faithful in our diocese.
And we’ll see how a special forum on the Blessed Virgin Mary scheduled for early August at Misericordia University in Dallas will actually nurture ecumenical dialogue.
Air dates & times for the June edition of Our Faith…Our Diocese:
Sunday, July 12, 5 p.m.
Monday, July 13, 10 a.m.
Friday, July 17, 9 p.m.
Tuesday, July 21, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, July 22, 11 a.m.
Catholic Television is a Class “A” Low Power TV station. In addition to the low power broadcasts, CTV’s signal is broadcast to these cable television companies: Comcast-Scranton/Dallas/Dunmore (12); Service Electric Cable TV- Wilkes-Barre (18); Service Electric Cablevision, Hazleton (21); Metrocast Cable, Berwick (13); Adams Cable Service, Carbondale (16); and Comcast- Williamsport (16).
CTV produces and broadcasts various daily and weekly local programs, such as the Live Daily Mass from St. Peter’s Cathedral as well as other live and taped liturgical events, and other designated Diocesan programming.
CTV produces “Our Faith…Our Diocese.” This monthly program follows a news magazine format. It includes interviews, coverage of diocesan events and ministries, previews of upcoming activities, catechesis on the faith, and other segments.
CTV also produced special programs and promotional spots for Diocesan endeavors, such as the Diocesan Annual Appeal, the Office for Clergy Formation (Vocations), and the Diocesan Schools Office.
The station also airs regular and special programming from EWTN and other sources.
CTV has a potential audience of approximately 235,000 households in various regions of the Diocese of Scranton.