Televised Mass

Catholic Life Television broadcasts the Tuesday Midday Mass, live from St. Joseph Cathedral at 12 Noon, and rebroadcasts the service at 6 PM. Visit www.catholiclifetv.org for a variety of daily Catholic programming.

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For many homebound Catholic parishioners, seasonal services available through Catholiclife TV are an essential way to connect with the Catholic community in the capital area. Since June 2001, “Catholiclife television has had a clear vision of sharing the Spirit of our faith with the local community,” and local programming occupies ten hours of airtime every day. “Four of the station’s original productions have received six international awards, catapulting Catholiclife television into a broader arena of broadcast excellence. Catholiclife television provides a unique service for Baton Rouge and our surrounding community. It shares the true spirit of faith and promotes a spirit of unity. Programs focus on stories of hope, belief, teachings, and social justice, spotlighting everyday, ordinary people who are faithful witnesses of what it means to work together. Every age group has an opportunity to participate and grow from this station.”

“Our mission is to continue serving the community of Baton Rouge through programs promoting messages of faith while providing a high quality on-air signal.” To access the station’s web pages, and to watch live streaming programming, connect through the following link: http://www.catholiclifetv.org


“The Sign of the Cross”

Whene’er across this sinful flesh of mine
I draw the Holy Sign,
All good thoughts stir within me, and renew
Their slumbering strength divine;
Till there springs up a courage high and true
To suffer and to do.

And who shall say, but hateful spirits around,
For their brief hour unbound,
Shudder to see, and wail their overthrow?
While on far heathen ground
Some lonely Saint hails the fresh odor, though
Its source he cannot know.

 Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman
(1801 – 1890)



Holy Week 2014

From Palm Sunday, and the Chrism Mass scheduled for St. Aloysius Church on April 16, to Good Friday and Easter Sunday, please make plans for meaningful worship, spiritual meditation, and sober reflection on the Passion of Christ.

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