Television

Catholic Chicago

Catholic Chicago is produced by the Archdiocese of Chicago’s Office of Radio and Television and is hosted by Todd Williamson, director of the Office for Divine Worship.

Comcast customers who live in Chicago and throughout the suburbs can see Catholic Chicago Sunday at 3 p.m. on CN-100, the Comcast Network (Channel 100). The program also airs Friday at 7 p.m. on Chicago Loop Cable Channel 25.

You can view this show every weekend on local cable stations.

Catholic Chicago: MAY/JUNE 2020

In the May/June edition of Catholic Chicago, we talk with Cardinal Blase Cupich about the outreach efforts underway by the Catholic Church to help people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. We show you how online Masses have become a common way to worship. And we give you a sampling of how teachers and students in Catholic schools are being creative and productive during the health crisis.

Catholic Chicago: MARCH/APRIL 2020

In the latest edition of Catholic Chicago, host Todd Williamson talks with Cardinal Blase Cupich about how the COVID-19 health crisis is affecting just about every aspect of life in America… including how we worship. They talk about attending Mass online and how the Church continues to reach out to help those in need. We also bring you stories about using modern technology to teach fire safety to our children, and when losing your hair can be a good thing for others.

Catholic Chicago: FEBRUARY 2020

In the February 2020 edition of Catholic Chicago, we introduce you to Catholic School students who are helping people in need in their communities. We tell you about an historic agreement that provides several years of security for 30 Catholic schools and their students. And we talk with Cardinal Blase Cupich about the importance of everyone being counted in this year’s census.