September 16, 2015 - CatholicTV Press Release: Papal Visit and World Meeting of Family Coverage from CatholicTV*

Papal Visit and World Meeting of Family Coverage from CatholicTV

WATERTOWN, Mass (September 16, 2015) - On September 19th- 27th CatholicTV will air coverage of the Papal Visits to Cuba and the United States, as well as the World Meeting of Families.
President of the CatholicTV Network, Father Robert Reed, EVP, General Manager Jay Fadden and Senior Producer Kevin Nelson will be hosting LIVE desk reports throughout the week. LIVE updates from Washington, D.C. will be provided by CatholicTV Associate and noted TV Journalist, RD Sahl; as well as LIVE updates from Philadelphia with CatholicTV Producer, Kate Andrews.
To view the full schedule and more please visit,  Listed below are highlights of the featured coverage from CatholicTV. Please note that the schedule listed below is subject to change.
Cuba-September 19th-22nd
Holy Mass at Plaza de la Revolución: LIVE at 9 a.m.
Celebration of Vespers with Priests, Men and Women Religious and Seminarians: LIVE at 5 p.m.
Washington D.C.-September 22nd- 24th
Welcoming Ceremony at the South Lawn of the White House: 1 p.m.
Holy Mass and Canonization of Blessed Fr. Junípero Serra: LIVE at 4 p.m.
New York- September 24th– 26th
Interreligious Encounter at the Ground Zero Memorial: LIVE at 11:30 a.m.
Holy Mass at Madison Square Garden: LIVE at 6 p.m.
Philadelphia-September 26th- 27th
Holy Mass with the Bishops, Clergy, Men and Women Religious: 10:30 a.m.        
Holy Mass concluding the World Meeting of Families: LIVE at 4 p.m.
World Meeting of Families- September 21st- 27th
Mass (9/23 and 9/25): LIVE at 8 a.m.
Keynote Cardinal Robert Sarah (9/23): LIVE at 10:30 a.m.
Keynote Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle (9/24): LIVE at 3 p.m.
Keynote Cardinal Seán O’Malley (9/25): LIVE at 10:30 a.m.
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