CatholicTV's coverage of today's events in Washington with Pope Benedict XVI
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WATERTOWN, MA (APRIL, 17, 2008) - CatholicTV® will provide live coverage of Thursday, April 17’s events with Pope Benedict XVI in Washington. Celebrate the Holy Mass from Nationals Park beginning at 10am (rebroadcast at 8pm). At 5pm, tune in the meeting with Catholic educators at Catholic University. At 6:30pm, see the inter-faith meting at Pope John Paul II Cultural Center. Rebroadcasts of these events will air Friday, April 17 beginning at 8pm (all times Eastern). Tune in CatholicTV’s coverage via www.PopeinAmerica.com, where a complete schedule of Pope in America event coverage can be found by clicking on “Schedule” and “Watch Live” to see the station’s broadcast.
CatholicTV provides family-friendly religious, news, and educational programming 24 hours daily. Founded over fifty years ago, CatholicTV’s programming is available on selected cable systems and Sky Angel IPTV (channel 142) nationwide. For more information, visit www.CatholicTV.com. Father Robert Reed, a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, is the Director of CatholicTV.
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