WordNet TV

Wordnet is a Catholic television ministry dedicated to bringing God’s Word to all. We strive to reach a common ground with people of all faiths while reflecting Christ’s commitment to the poor.

The ministry, a non-profit corporation, was founded by late Father Michael Manning, SVD, in 1978. He was a member of the Society of the Divine Word, an international missionary community with 6,000 members serving in 72 countries. The community is dedicated to preaching Jesus among the poor. Wordnet reflects this vision by regularly telling the story of God working through all people and the struggles of the poor.

Wordnet believes that digital evangelization and catechesis are the wave not only of the future but of now! WordNet TV (WNTV) is the new initiative from Wordnet Productions bringing the message of Christ to the comfort of your home through cutting edge Internet technology. The webcasting channel will be available 24/7 across the Globe. Employing user-friendly technology, WNTV delivers programs to smart TVs and all other smart devices.

WNTV Programs
Scripture-focused and Youth / young adult oriented
Bible stories through puppets
Issue-related panels
Preaching / reflection / prayer
Teaching: moral / pastoral / doctrinal
Missions and Mission activities from around the world
Music: religious / spiritual / vocal / instrumental
iGod TODAY and Dios Habla apps each day
Multifaith / ecumenical dialog
Film: showings and reviews; shorts and features
Events calendar: Church / local / ministries
Weekly news hour And more . .
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Additional Information

Updated
January 17, 2018
Size
7.8M
Installs
100+
Current Version
1.1.2
Requires Android
4.1 - 7.1.1
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Wordnet Productions
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