Program Highlights – Week 22/08/2011 to 28/08/2011

21 Aug

All times are UTC/GMT

 

Wednesday 24

08:30

  • Papal General Audience

Channels Broadcasting Live: EWTN, Telepace, TV2000, TRSP, K-TV, TV TRWAM

Channels Broadcasting Delayed: EWTN (19:00), Canção Nova International (19:00), KTO (12:00, and again at 21:14)

 

 

Sunday 28

09:30

  • Live from Paris, France. Holy Mass from the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris on the occasion of the Liberation of Paris from German occupation during World War II. Presided by Andre Armand Cardinal Vingt Trois, Archbishop of Paris.

Channels Broadcasting Live: KTO

 

10:00

  • Papal Angelus

Channels Broadcasting Live: Telepace, TV2000, K-TV, TV TRWAM

Channels Broadcasting Delayed: TeleRadio Padre Pio (10:40), KTO (10:50), Canção Nova (13:30), TRSP (19:45)

 

 

Information on how to receive these channels can be found on our Channel Information Page. A list of links where the Channels can be viewed online can be found on our Live TV Links Page.

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