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Janet Risberg
EWTN is my very favorite media provider! I have been watching since the early 1980s.
Unfortunately, tonight, I was forced to turn it off. The televised Mass in the extraordinary form was televised from Philadelphia and was beautiful in every way, setting, presentation, music, vestments, lighting, all were beautiful. However the recording also picked up a baby screaming and wailing OVER the …More
EWTN is my very favorite media provider! I have been watching since the early 1980s.
Unfortunately, tonight, I was forced to turn it off. The televised Mass in the extraordinary form was televised from Philadelphia and was beautiful in every way, setting, presentation, music, vestments, lighting, all were beautiful. However the recording also picked up a baby screaming and wailing OVER the microphones. A exquisite performance was ruined by this one thing that went on for several minutes.

I recognize that EWTN has zero control over this. Since I am also a singer in a choir that has made just a few recordings for parish use, I know it is possible to prevent this, though public masses and performances present special challenges. This was, however, my first opportunity to see and listen to a Mass in the extraordinary form. Too bad it was not possible for me to continue to watch it.
mtfreckles39
I have also been watching EWTN for sometime. The daily Mass, the Rosary, Stations of the Cross, The Chaplet of Divine Mercy, the Chaplet of St. Michael and your movies of the Saints have all been a part of my prayer time. Your Pro-life coverage and Lauren Ashburn with her colleagues have been an inspiration to me to support the pro-life movement. With all this being said, I am troubled by the …More
I have also been watching EWTN for sometime. The daily Mass, the Rosary, Stations of the Cross, The Chaplet of Divine Mercy, the Chaplet of St. Michael and your movies of the Saints have all been a part of my prayer time. Your Pro-life coverage and Lauren Ashburn with her colleagues have been an inspiration to me to support the pro-life movement. With all this being said, I am troubled by the lack of information in regards to the abuse issues that continue to be "left out" of your coverage. I live in Pittsburgh Pa. born and raised here, am a "cradle" Catholic. I have also lived in Florida and North Carolina, and have children who live in Washington State, Alabama, Florida, and here in Pittsburgh. The Pope's many trips throughout the world over the past years have unsettled me due to the fact that he has not visited, to the best of my knowledge, the countries that have also been challenged by the priests abuse of children and others. Pope Francis has not been to Pittsburgh or any other state that has had issues with this scandal. The Catholic Churches here in Pittsburgh are suffering not only because of this scandal but by the lack of priests, falling membership, donations are down, as you are well aware of, and some of the churches are on the brink of closing as has happened to many of our Catholic Schools. Parishes are being combined due to faltering attendance to daily Masses, and participation in the Sacraments. The outlook is bleak, but I will not lose hope. Our Father in Heaven knows the total picture of this scandal and I believe that He along with our Lady, the Blessed Mother Mary, are doing there best to bring justice and healing to all who have suffered so greatly throughout this terrible time the Catholic Church and Her faithful have endured. Is anyone listening? Is the Pope listening? Is the Magisterium (sp) listening? Are our Bishops/Cardinals/Archbishops/ Priests listening? Do you believe this will just go away if we just ignore the scandal not speak about this scandal? Thank you for this opportunity to express my concerns. Prayers continue. Respectfully submitted, Marilyn Russell (mtfreckles39)