On Easter Sunday, March 27, Heart of the Nation will begin weekly broadcasts in Atlanta and Toledo. If you or someone you love can’t get to Sunday Mass at a parish, please join us on TV or online:

Atlanta
WPXA (ION) channel 14 at 6:30 a.m.

Toledo
WMNT channel 48 at 9:00 a.m.
WTOL channel 11 at 5:00 a.m. (begins on April 3)

For the complete broadcast, cable, and satellite programming schedule for your city, click here.

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TV Mass in Atlanta Begins on Easter

Starting on Easter, March 27, Heart of the Nation welcomes TV viewers to weekly Sunday Mass on WPXA, broadcast channel 14 (ION), at 6:30 a.m.

Click here for the complete broadcast, cable, and satellite time and channel guide for the TV Mass in Atlanta and nationwide.

Heart of the Nation provides TV and online Mass to serve Catholics unable to get to church at a parish, viewers discovering the Catholic faith for the first time, or those who have been away from the Church for a while and seek a way back. All ar

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Living in Las Vegas or visiting, you can now join in Sunday TV Mass at 9:30 a.m. on KVCW channel 33.2 (My LVTV).

On cable, KVCW is Cox Communications channel 12. DirectTV and Dish viewers can tune in the TV Mass on channel 21 in Las Vegas.

Click here for the complete time and channel guide for Heart of the Nation’s Catholic Mass on broadcast, cable, and satellite TV channels nationwide.

Heart of the Nation, a nonprofit Catholic media ministry, depends on donations to bring Sunday TV Mass to cities in every state across the country.  Online,

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Heart of the Nation will televise holy Mass on broadcast channels in Orlando and Phoenix, beginning on Sunday, Feb. 21:

Orlando: WRBW channel 65 at 7:30 a.m.
Phoenix:  KASW channel 61 at 6:00 a.m.

Click here for the complete broadcast, cable, and satellite time and channel guide for the TV Mass nationwide.

Heart of the Nation, a nonprofit Catholic media ministry, depends on donations to support the TV and online Mass. Your offering will touch the hearts of the faithful in 170 television viewing areas across the country. Viewers worldwide join


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Beginning on Sunday, Jan. 24, the TV Mass will air on WRNN, channel 48, at 8:00 a.m.  New York City is the largest TV viewing area in the country, and the Mass on WRNN will be available to 7.3 million television households.

Heart of the Nation now provides TV Mass in all five of the largest TV markets nationwide, in addition to 163 smaller markets across the country.  Donations for airtime and production costs keep Sunday Mass on TV and online. Please click here to donate now.

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In the Gospel of Mark, a blind man named Bartemaeus tells Jesus that he wants to see. The Lord gives him the gift of sight and sends him on his way. Bartemaeus sees the way of the Lord as the path he wants to follow. (Mark 10:46-52.)

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