The Archdiocese of Detroit’s broadcast television network known as Catholic Television Network of Detroit, or CTND, available in 900,000 homes throughout southeast Michigan transitioned to Boston-based CatholicTV and was officially renamed CatholicTV Detroit effective July 22, 2020.
CTND has been an affiliate of Boston-based CatholicTV since 2011. CatholicTV is currently available over 13 million homes in New England, Michigan, Hawaii, Louisiana, Tennessee, the Virgin Islands, Vermont, online at www.catholictv.org, and via apps on iOS, Android, and Roku devices making it available for viewing anytime and anyplace.
The enhanced partnership with Catholic TV will ensure that there continues to be a Catholic presence on three local cable television systems: Comcast/Xfinity (channel398), Spectrum (channel 16), and Wyandotte Cable (channel 73), making it available to all who subscribe to these cable entities. The transition will be seamless and will not affect your current viewing other than the channel name.
Importantly, CatholicTV Detroit will continue to broadcast local content produced by the Archdiocese of Detroit.
CatholicTV is a beacon of hope and a unique herald of the simple, yet profound message of Jesus Christ, who is made truly present among us in the breaking of the bread. Utilizing powerful technology, CatholicTV strives to connect people of faith. Through relevant, inspiring and prayerful programming, CatholicTV educates, teaching the wisdom of God in the Catholic Tradition, endeavoring to move people of all ages, cultures and attitudes toward the fullness of life.
Questions and concerns about programming should be directed to CatholicTV at www.catholictv.org/contact-us or (617) 923-0220.
Local Cable Channels
Mass for Shut-Ins
For viewers in southeast Michigan, Fox 2 broadcasts Mass at 6:00 a.m. on Sundays (5:00 a.m. during football season).