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Make the switch to Shalom World

Wednesday, 15th August, 2018 4:42pm

Lighting up the small screen 24/7, the no-cost, high-definition, commercial-free Shalom World television channel has a 21st-century vibe and faithful Catholic content.

Since its launch in 2014, Shalom World has been rapidly gaining endorsements of laity, priests and religious figures, and bishops across Europe. Shalom Media Ireland Patron, Most Reverend Bishop Denis Nulty has said: “I am delighted to welcome the Shalom team. They will be invaluable partners for the World Meeting of Families, to be hosted in Dublin and it will be a marvelous tool to deepen the evangelisation and the spreading of the good news around our country.

“The greatest challenge for all of us in faith is communication. communicating the message and doing it well. I thank Shalom for making their contribution to the world of media and their contribution to allowing the good news to be heard till the ends of the earth.”

From Ireland, Shalom World has produced a great breadth of programmes. Author, retreat leader, and educator Frances Hogan leads viewers on a biblical journey through the gospel of Saint Matthew in 'Voyage' every week while in 'Quest' Father Andrew Black shares his winding path of conversion to Catholicism and his call to the priesthood.

In addition to producing original programmes, Shalom World is also a platform for other ministries and movements within the church to share their work.

Shalom Media, parent company of Shalom World, also undertakes other initiatives, such as Shalom Tidings - a Catholic magazine, which is available in print and online at shalomtidings.org.

For more visit shalomtv.tv.

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