TeleMATER Italian Programming
Saturdays and Sundays at 12 Noon-1 PM
TeleMATER – the Television of the Mother – is based in New York City, and with a mission in harmony with the apostolic mission of the Catholic Church, it aims to be the Catholic Television of the Italians in America. Now on NET TV, watch TeleMATER’s Italian programs every Saturday and Sunday from 12 Noon – 1 PM. The Sunday’s hour is dedicated to the Angelus and Holy Mass in Italian, celebrated from Our Lady of Pompeii Church in Greenwich Village, NYC.
Every night at 10:30 PM
NET TV presents the new primetime Hispanic Block, featuring original programming such as Dios Nunca Duerme (premieres Tuesday) and conversation that reflect the diversity of the community.
EL MUNDO VISTO DESDE EL VATICANO
Weekly message of our Holy Father Pope Francis to pilgrims from around the world (en Espanol).
CRISTO PARA TODOS
Cristo Para Todos es un programa católico de televisión producido por el Departamento de Radio y Televisión de la Diócesis de Trenton en New Jersey. El equipo del programa es un ejemplo ideal para compartir el mensaje del programa…que Cristo es para todos.
DONDE DIOS LLORA
The Spanish-language version of the weekly program “Where God Weeps” shows the suffering of Christians today, in places where the faithful cannot live their faith fully due to political, social and economic restrictions. The program presents bishops, priests, missionaries and laity who testify to the tears and needs of the Church, while giving testimony of Faith and Hope in the Lord.
Is it possible that the root of the problems in our lives, in our families, and in our society is really a crisis of faith? This is the first of two programs that not only touches on what it really means to believe but also tries to respond to questions and doubts about the relationship between faith and reason.
AID TO THE CHURCH IN NEED
Monday, July 24 at 8:00 PM
Belarus, like all other former Soviet republics, suffered for decades under the bondage of brutal communist rulers such as Lenin, Stalin and other Soviet leaders. The persecution of dissenters affected all, especially Christians. The exercise of Christian worship was restricted. People were afraid of being arrested for practicing their faith. The Church was violently persecuted until Stalin’s death in 1953. Many Church buildings were either closed or demolished, the celebration of Mass was banned even catechisation was forbidden. The faith survived thanks to the passing down of traditional family values, as well as thanks to the underground activities of the clergy and the laity, who were prepared to risk their lives and their liberty. Four witnesses of the faith: Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz the Archbishop of Minsk; Aleksander Kaszkiewicz the Bishop of Grodno; Władysław Blin the Bishop of Vitebsk and Antoni Dziemianko the Bishop of Pinsk, tell their story.
THE WISDOM TO SURVIVE
Monday, July 24 at 9:00 PM
Directed by John Ankele & Anne Macksoud, the film explores how unlimited growth and greed are destroying the life support system of the planet, the social fabric of the society, and the lives of billions of people.
Tuesday, July 25 at 9:00 PM
Real people. Real presence. Come with us as we celebrate the life-changing power of God’s mercy on the life of three modern day Icons. Led by brothers from the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, ICONS is sending a message of hope and healing for all generations.
THE CHOICES WE FACE
Wednesday, July 26 at 8:30 PM
Host Ralph Martin has Jack Lynch, Radio and TV Producer at Renewal Ministries, in the studio to talk about how he found
the “dynamite” of the Christian life and the important role of prayer in sustaining it.
SING A LITTLE LOUDER
Thursday, July 27 at 8:30 PM
Inspired by the true story of an elderly man who in his youth witnessed the horrors of the Jewish Holocaust from the
pews of his Church. Sing a Little Louder (Persecuted Church) provides a stunning message for the 21st century and a
revelation of the genocides that continue to exist today.