Each day, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) website offers video scripture reflections on the day's Mass readings. Father Robert Reed, Director of CatholicTV, will give these reflections on June 25th and June 27th.
CatholicTV, is a nationally-broadcasted television station headquartered near Boston.
Although the USCCB website is promoting a 2000-year-old Catholic faith, the website uses modern means such as streaming video to spread the Gospel. The USCCB website also offers movie reviews (http://www.usccb.org/movies/), an online NAB bible, and an online Catechism among other features.
Each day, a different priest or lay person offers video scripture reflections. These priests and lay people come from all around the country and even include students such as Jonathan Jerome from the Catholic University of America. Priests include both diocesan and religious order priests.
These short video clips range from 2 to 4 minutes and can be embedded into any website.
Father Robert Reed is a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston and also Director of CatholicTV. Fr. Reed co-hosts the talk show "This is the Day", presides frequently in the televised Masses and rosaries on CatholicTV, hosts the Catholic game show "Wow: The CatholicTV Challenge", and also stars as the voice of the animated dog "Nosey" on the same show. Fr. Reed also assists at area parishes during weekends. In order to see his reflections at the USCCB website, visit this link on or after June 25th and June 27th.
Click here to see Fr. Reed as host and voice of "Nosey" the dog on "Wow: The CatholicTV Challenge"
About CatholicTV: CatholicTV provides family-friendly, religious, news, and educational programming 24 hours daily. Founded over 50 years ago, CatholicTV is available in selected areas on cable in the United States and Canada, via Sky Angel and online via a live stream anytime, everywhere at the station's web site
. Father Robert Reed, a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, is the Director of CatholicTV. Click here to paste this into your browser to find out how to watch CatholicTV where you live: