Tuesday, June 09, 2009

As Year of St. Paul Comes to End Catholics Can Still Learn Through Television Series

WATERTOWN, MA (JUNE 9, 2009) - For Catholics who are still interested in learning more about St. Paul during the Pope-declared Pauline year, Fr. Jeffrey Mickler offers a television series which teaches about the life, times, and spirituality of St. Paul. The show is hosted by Fr. Mickler who has extensive radio, television, publishing, and internet experience.

The series is called “St. Paul, The Man and His Message”. This series currently airs on CatholicTV, a nationally-broadcasted television station headquartered near Boston. CatholicTV also streams its broadcast 24 hours a day at CatholicTV.com.

This series is designed to help the viewer understand St Paul's thought, appreciate his life, and come to imitate him today.

Fr. Mickler is a priest of the Society of St. Paul. The Society of St. Paul is made up of priests and brothers and was founded in 1914 by Blessed James Alberione. This Society dedicated to St. Paul ministers in media in 30 countries.

“St. Paul, The Man and His Message” airs each week on CatholicTV at the following times (Eastern): Tuesday-4:30PM; Wednesday-11AM; Friday-6PM; Saturday-5:30PM.

About CatholicTV:
CatholicTV provides family-friendly, religious, news, and educational programming 24 hours daily. Founded over 50 years ago, CatholicTV is available in selected areas on cable in the United States and Canada, via Sky Angel and online via a live stream anytime, everywhere at the station's web site www.CatholicTV.com. Father Robert Reed, a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, is the Director of CatholicTV. Click here to paste this into your browser to find out how to watch CatholicTV where you live: http://www.catholictv.org/schedule/where-to-watch.aspx