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First Catholic TV Channel in Croatia to Launch on Christmas Day

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The first Catholic TV channel in Croatia, Laudato televizija (LTV), will launch on 25 December…

LTV said in a statement that the first Catholic TV channel would provide a medium in Croatia, a country with a big Catholic tradition and a rich religious and cultural heritage, to present the Church’s mission in meeting the needs of the modern world.

LTV emphasised that the TV channel will focus on family values, strengthening spiritual, moral, national and family values. The station will target all people of good will who have a positive attitude towards the world.

“LTV wants to be in the service of truth, beauty and good, because these general human values benefit all people. Starting from the love of God, man, the Church and the country. LTV wants to contribute to the building of unity and solidarity in Croatian society”, the statement read.

The Director of the first Catholic TV channel in Croatia is Ksenija Abramović.

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