Greg and Jennifer Willits of The Catholics Next Door, To Appear on Live Talk Show of the CatholicTV
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WATERTOWN, MA (March 30, 2012) - Greg and Jennifer Willits of The Catholics Next Door, To Appear on Live Talk Show of the CatholicTV® Network
On Tuesday, April 3, 2012, Greg and Jennifer Willits of The Catholics Next Door will appear on the CatholicTV Network's nationally broadcasted live talk show; This is the Day, to discuss their new book, The Catholics Next Door: Adventures in Imperfect Living.
In the couple's first book, the Willits's share their energetic, humorous, and imperfect attempts to live out their faith in today's world. The book covers the gamut of daily life, from kids and comic books to marriage and dealing with technology, and shows readers that you don t have to be perfect parents with perfect kids to be good Catholics.
Greg and Jennifer Willits are the hosts of The Catholics Next Door, a daily three-hour talk show on SiriusXM radio. Additionally, Greg and Jennifer are also the creators of the popular That Catholic Show video series, which is used for catechesis in parishes around the world.
In addition to their radio program, podcasts, and video productions, Greg and Jennifer have been featured on the Sirius Satellite Radio Catholic Channel, Catholic Answers LIVE, Catholic Exchange, the National Catholic Register, Envoy, along with Faith and Family, and on CatholicTV in the first-ever Catholic sitcom, Mass Confusion. Filmed in Atlanta, Georgia, Greg and Jennifer Willits star alongside Mac and Katherine Barron in what was the first ever Catholic sitcom. Premiering with rave reviews, Mass confusion showed a comedic spin on their Catholic lives.
If you missed Mass Confusion, or want to watch it again you can visit: www.CatholicTV.com/Mass-Confusion.
Greg and Jennifer have been married since 1995 and have four sons and a daughter. You can find out more about the Willits's at: www.thecatholicsnextdoor.newevangelizers.com.
About the CatholicTV® Network:
Founded in 1955, CatholicTV Network is a national broadcast television network streaming a live feed 24 hours a day at CatholicTV.com. Heeding Pope Benedict XVI's call to greater utilize the power of television and new media, the CatholicTV Network features its cable TV station, Catholic web site, mobile apps and widget. Celebrate Mass online; pray The Rosary; enjoy programs on prayer, the saints, the Scriptures and the Catholic Church on America's Catholic Television Network.
Live twice a week (Tuesdays and Fridays at 10:30 a.m.) Father Robert Reed and Jay Fadden host this half-hour talk show with Kevin Nelson, reporting on Catholic news. The hosts discuss various topics of the week in lively discussions for today's Catholic, and respond to viewer mail (you may also email us at email@example.com). The hosts also conduct interviews with people from around the world and around the corner.
This is the Day may be seen across the US on Sky Angel, and selected carriers. This is the Day may also be seen on demand in the US via Verizon FiOS. CatholicTV has channels in New England on Charter, Comcast, Full Channel, RCN and other carriers. You can watch the CatholicTV Network 24 hours a day at www.CatholicTV.com or downloaded via iTunes.com and on your mobile device.
Shannon Muldoon, Public Relations Coordinator
The CatholicTV® Network
http://www.CatholicTV.com MA, 02471 US
Shannon Muldoon - Public Relations Coordinator,
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