Film Contest To Send Teens To World Youth Day For Free Will Be Discussed on Live CatholicTV

November 8, 2010

WATERTOWN, MA (MetroCatholic) - Film Contest To Send Teens To World Youth Day For Free Will Be Discussed on Live CatholicTV Talk Show

On November 19th, Suzanne Haugh will be interviewed on the CatholicTV talk show “This is the Day”.

Suzanne is the Director of Goodness Reigns, an organization whose aim is to help Catholics learn their faith through researching and producing short films.

Goodness Reigns has launched a film-making contest which will award 22 youths and adults with all-inclusive travel packages to World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain in 2011. Goodness Reigns will post submitted videos on its website www.goodnessreigns.com in April of 2011.

The Center For Faith and Public Life will also be discussed on This is the Day. This unique center located at Fairfield University in Connecticut, offers a public place to discuss and research issues of faith and politics.

This unique center was funded by an anonymous $2 million donation in 2005, and since then, Fairfield University has invited several Cardinals as guest speakers, a papal bodyguard, renowned business professionals, professors, and more.

Fr. Richard Ryscavage, S.J., Director of the Center For Faith and Public Life will be interviewed on This is the Day. Fr. Ryscavage is also a professor of sociology and international studies at Fairfield University. More information is available at http://www.fairfield.edu/cfpl/index.html  

This is the Day airs at 10:30AM ET at CatholicTV.com and on CatholicTV cable outlets. The show is rebroadcast at 7:30PM and other times during the week.

More information about Suzanne Haugh:

Suzanne graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in English and Human Development. She worked to complete her master’s degree in journalism from The Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Since 1998, Suzanne has contributed to the Georgia Bulletin, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, and has served as a writer on various archdiocesan projects, including promotional scripts and the development of its safe environment program.

About CatholicTV
Founded in 1955, CatholicTV is a national broadcast television network streaming a live feed 24 hours a day at CatholicTV.com. Heeding Pope Benedict XVI’s call to greater utilize the power of television and new media, CatholicTV Network offers a wide range of programs aimed at children and adults, from uplifting advice shows to international news, game shows to travel, CatholicTV has something for everyone. Based in Watertown, MA outside of Boston, CatholicTV is available in 5.7 million homes nationwide. For access to CatholicTV programs, go to CatholicTV.com or download the CatholicTV mobile app for iPhone or iPad.

CatholicTV broadcasts across the US on Sky Angel channel 142, and selected cable outlets. To find out where to watch CatholicTV visit: http://www.CatholicTV.com/schedule/where-to-watch.

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