TV Charity is an internet broadcasting Television station run by CineChrist studio. As an apostolate of the Lebanese Maronite Missionaries, TV Charity is committed to producing quality programs that further Christian and moral values and the teachings of the Catholic faith. TV Charity focuses its efforts on religious and pastoral themes. Main show topics include theology, bioethics, education, social issues, daily Church news and intercultural exchange. TV Charity also offers shows for entertainment, and special programs for children and teens. Programs offered are in English and Arabic. As a ministry, TV Charity seeks to meet three main objectives.
1. Provide quality programming for a wide audience. In many areas of the world where Televisions are sparse or costly, internet access can be held more easily. TV Charity, through its internet broadcasting seeks to reach people who may not have access to regular Television, so they too can benefit from a series of programs that provide entertainment, education, and formation in the Christian faith.
2. Respond to the Churchâ€™s continual call for ecumenism. TV Charity reaches out to an audience of Christians in the Middle East and around the world. It enables Lebanese and other Middle Eastern Christians who have migrated to different countries to stay in contact with their faith and culture. Itâ€™s programs offer religious, educational, and cultural information, opportunities, and insights valuable for all Christians, and for those who want to understand the Catholic faith and its place in daily life more.
3. Foster an active and interactive relationship with its viewers. TV Charity uses internet as a means of broadcasting because it allows for instant feedback and communication from viewers. TV Charity encourages those watching its programs to login with questions and comments, this fostering an active discussion and enabling TV Charity to best meet the needs of its viewers.
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