A MESSAGE FROM THE ARCHBISHOP
This is “truly REALITY” Television. Television that unites, inspires, and reveals an authentically human experience. Since its inception, Catholic Television mission has been to present reality by providing an honest depiction of the promise of peace here and here-after. CTSA programming helps us in our search for the answers to life’s challenges, day after day. Catholic Television offers real healing for life’s pain, a real path to lasting happiness, a plan to discover the real treasure that is eternal. Every day, Catholic Television is about the transformation of lives, offering through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, an opportunity for the remodeling of our souls, instead of our out-of-date kitchens. Every day, CTSA shows you that even when “your final answer” is not correct, when the world’s false promises are shown to be counterfeit, that there is a loving God who is your life-line to forgiveness and peace
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller
DISCOVERING OUR FAITH
Each month, Archbishop Gustavo takes his show on the road, visiting Catholic churches and schools. At each stop he invites parishioners and students to attend and participate in a broadcast and process of "Discovering Our Faith." During each program the archbishop engages the audience in discussions about important issues of the day and the moral principles that provide a vital backdrop to the public discourse. Each program premieres on the "Second Tuesday" of each month and then runs throughout the month. Catch up with the archbishop by clicking here and view past programs on demand.
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Catholic Television of San Antonio produces and broadcasts Daily Mass live each weekday at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from St.Joseph's Chapel in the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center. Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. from Our Lady’s Chapel at Assumption Seminary.Watch the Mass on Facebook
Catholic Television of San Antonio has partnered with Rome Reports to bring news and information from the Vatican to our viewers. Through 30-minute weekly shows in English and Spanish to newsbreaks which feature the day’s most relevant information on the Pope, Archbishop Gustavo, and local archdiocesan news.Catch Rome Reports on Facebook
THE PASSION of CHRIST
We produce and air a live dramatic re-enactment of the trail and crucifixion of Jesus Christ played out in the streets of historic downtown San Antonio on Good Friday.
Watch CTSA's broadcast of the 2018 The Passion of Christ re-enactment on the Catholic Television of San Antonio Facebook page.
We begin with the trial of Jesus at Milam Park then process to San Fernando Cathedral for the crucifixion of Christ. The re-enactment is performed by the parishioners of San Fernando Cathedral under the direction of Mario Mandujano.
Platicando con el Arzobispo
El programa más nuevo de Catholic Television of San Antonio (CTSA) te da la oportunidad de hacerle una pregunta al Arzobispo Gustavo. Envía tu pregunta a [email protected] Ve nuestro programa por el canal 15 de Spectrum Cable los jueves a las 7:30 pm y los domingos a las 4:00 pm.
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CTSA & the USCCB
CTSA is now producing Reflections on the Friday Readings for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). These reflections are 3-5 minute videos of various people from dioceses all over the United States. Priests, deacons, religious, and laity from the Archdiocese of San Antonio can be viewed providing the reflection for every Friday of the calendar year.Visit the USCCB reflection webpage