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BY Daniel J. Engler
Feb. 14, 6pm, 7pm
A Traveler’s Guide to the Planets
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL
“Saturn” at 6pm (re-airs 9pm) includes looks at moons Enceladus and Titan.
“Jupiter” at 7pm (re-airs 10pm) surveys a planet so big it could contain all of
our solar system’s planets and moons and have room for more.
Feb. 16, 11:30am
Catholic Saints & Lay People
CATHOLICTV The first
segment this week, “Apostle of Peace,” tells of heroic Sister Karen Klimczak, a
Sister of St. Joseph who founded Bissonette House in Buffalo, N.Y., in 1985 to
house and minister to parolees — one of whom, a crack addict, murdered her on
Good Friday 2006. In 1991, she had written an open letter of forgiveness to
anyone who might murder her. The second segment, “Sharing Stories: Polish Life
in Our Valley,” chronicles the Catholic faith and heritage of Polish Americans
in the Connecticut River Valley. Re-airs 5am Wednesday, 8am Friday and 10:30pm
Feb. 16, 9pm
How the Earth Was Made: America’s
HISTORY This episode
uses aerial and location photography and interviews with experts to chart the
Earth’s ice ages and explain their causes.
Feb. 18 - March 4, 6am
Letters of St. Therese
EWTN In daily 30-minute
episodes, Benedictine Father Jacques Daley introduces the life of St. Therese
of Lisieux (1873-1897) and discusses the lessons she teaches us: abandonment to
Christ; the purpose of purification; how to obtain peace and love the cross;
the meaning of humility; littleness as a path to God; how to please Jesus,
acquire wisdom, see with the eyes of faith, and turn daily activity into an act
of love. He also discusses her correspondence with a young priest, the
importance of love and her influence on her contemporaries.
Feb. 20, 12:30pm
The Victory Garden: Edible Gardens
PBS This program shows
how to plant and care for gardens, harvest the crop and prepare tasty meals
from the produce.
Feb. 21, 10:30pm
Remembered Earth: New Mexico’s
novelist, poet and scholar N. Scott Momaday (b. 1934), who is of Kiowa and
Cherokee descent, describes the beautiful landscape in and around El Malpais
National Monument near Grants, N.M., and what it means to him. A re-airing.
Feb. 25, 3am, 6:30pm
Road to Rome: Training Priests for
EWTN This special
interviews seminarians, as well as priest alumni, of the Pontifical University
of the Holy Cross, known as Santa Croce, which Opus Dei founded in Rome in
Engler writes from
Santa Barbara, California.