Father Capodanno Film Coming to NET TV

As a chaplain, Father Capodanno traded the cassock and collar for olive green jungle fatigues and a steel helmet. He became known as the “Grunt Padre” and was famous for going with Marines into the fiercest firefights. Often, they saw him darting among the wounded, either pulling them to safety or giving last rites.

For Heroes of ‘15:17’, Faith Comes Naturally

It’s almost a miracle that Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone are even alive. Yet here they are, promoting a major Hollywood film in which they portray themselves. For all three, faith is an essential part of their story.

Pope’s Trip on NET-TV

NET-TV is planning live coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to Colombia from Thursday, Sept. 7 to Sunday, Sept. 10.

Approaching Ordination Days

On Saturday, May 27, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will ordain 12 men to the permanent diaconate at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral, Prospect Heights. On Saturday, June 3, Bishop DiMarzio will ordain 10 men to the priesthood at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral. Both ordinations will be broadcast live on NET-TV.

Sisters Embrace Media To Evangelize Anew

Called to preach the Gospel through the media, women religious of the Preachers of Christ and Mary are working in cooperation with DeSales Media Group to expand evangelization efforts in the diocese.

Wind Up and the Pitch

Steve Aiello, a production assistant at NET-TV, threw out the first ball at the Brooklyn Cyclones game on Aug. 25.

Diocesan Educational TV Marks Its 50th Anniversary

Using technology to educate diocesan Catholic school children was the vision behind what is now known as Catholic Telemedia Network when it launched 50 years ago. Times have changed, but the mission remains the same.

Net-TV Documentary Will Be Screened at Vail Film Festival

NET-TV’s original documentary “Shelter in the City” has been accepted at the 13th Annual Vail Film Festival to take place April 7-10 in Vail, Colo. The entry marks the first time a NET-TV production will be featured at a major film festival.