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Archive for February, 2011

Crossroads’ “Behind the Scenes” Story on Saints Alive!

by on Feb.11, 2011, under Latest News, Saints Alive! Events

Crossroads’ “behind the scenes” story on Saints Alive! will air on Saturday (tomorrow), February 12, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. on WCCT-TV 20. Alternately, you can visit, and then click on Crossroads Magazine. Starting tonight, and until next Friday, it will be available by clicking on the blue Crossroads icon found in the middle of the Crossroads page.

After next week, the show will be moved to the archives, found under the date February 12, 2011. You will need Real Player to watch, which is free at

Also, a story about the March for Life is available in the archives under the date January 29, 2011.

Jason Calvi
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Office of Radio & Television of the Archdiocese of Hartford
15 Peach Orchard Rd, Prospect, CT 06712-1052
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Saints Alive! Post Production Begins

by on Feb.09, 2011, under Latest News

We’d like to thank everyone again, especially Msgr. Bevins, the Knights of Columbus, the Office of the Mayor for the City of Waterbury, the Waterbury Police Department, Tamberelli Digital, and all the volunteers and their families who sacrificed their time working tirelessly over the weekend to make this special production a success.

Now that we’ve just completed the filming of the Saints in McGiveny Hall and the evening Q&A sessions in the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, post production for the new EWTN television series Saints Alive! has officially begun.

We’ve also posted a behind the scenes photo gallery of the Saints Alive Production Team in action.

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