Saturday, October 29, 2011

CatholicTV brings "Mass Confusion" to the Masses

America's Catholic Television Network has filmed the first Catholic Sitcom and a first in Catholic Media.   The title is called "Mass Confusion" and it will star Greg and Jennifer Willits from The Catholics Next Door radio show on SirusXM radio and Mac & Katherine Barron from Catholic In A Small Town podcast  on SQPN.com.

This Catholic sitcom is a family-friendly.  Its a hilarious show that is revolves around two Catholic families and takes place in Atlanta, Georgia.  "Mass Confusion" will be premiering world-wide on November 24th, 2011 at 8:30pm EST (that's 7:30pm CST) on a TV/Computer/iPad/iPhone/SmartPhone near you!
If you would like more family friendly entertainment like this, then can help CatholicTV bring this sitcom to more people  by sharing this sitcom with everyone that you know.  This is a show that you can show with your entire family.  So, be sure to mark your calendars for Nov. 24th at 8:30pm EST (7:30pm CST) and tell your family and friends.  Help us to spread this Catholic sitcom with others by sharing the "Mass Confusion" trailer on your Facebook page, twitter, other social media outlets, email and tell others at your schools and parishes!

To get a feel of this Catholic sitcom, then you have to watch the trailer below for the "Mass Confusion" sitcom pilot:

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Catholic Radio

Check out the following EWTN program, Life on the Rock about the Catholic Radio Conference and Catholic Radio:

Monday, October 3, 2011

Sacraments 101: Baptism (why we baptize)

Check out this video on Baptism from BustedHalo.com:
Why, exactly, do Catholics have the practice of baptizing infants?
What is the purpose of baptism and who can celebrate the sacrament of Baptism?
Do the godparents of our child need to be married to each other?
These are questions and more are answered in this edition of “Sacraments 101,” a web video series geared for those who’d like an introduction or refresher course on these important, tangible Catholic experiences of God.
Baptism is the beginning of the sacramental life of the Church. So, let’s begin… --Quoted Source from BustedHalo.com.

Comment on this post to share your thoughts on the sacrament of Baptism.