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Padre Pio TV
Padre Pio TV.jpg
Country Italy
Broadcast areaItaly (via digital terrestrial television)
Europe and the Mediterranean region (via satellite television)
Worldwide (via internet)
HeadquartersVia De Nunzio 13, 71013 San Giovanni Rotondo (FG) Italy
OwnerCapuchin Friars of the Religious Province of Sant’Angelo
Streaming media
LIVE StreamLive TV Stream

Padre Pio TV, formerly known as Tele Radio Padre Pio, is a Catholic television channel belonging to the Capuchin Friars of San Giovanni Rotondo, a city in the province of Foggia, Italy, the place where lived and died the saint Padre Pio of Pietrelcina to whom the TV channel is dedicated.[1][2]


Padre Pio TV programming is broadcast on digital terrestrial television systems to the entire national territory of Italy on channel position 145. Padre Pio TV is available to free-to-air satellite television viewers in Europe and the Mediterranean area via Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D @ 13,0° Est Trasponder 158, in the frequency of 11,662 MHz, Trasponder 158, DVB-S2 8PSK, Vertical pole, 27,500 Ms / s, 3/4, with the name Padre Pio TV. It also broadcasts on a radio broadcasting system to the outskirts of the province of Foggia.

Internet users can view the channel through the website, or with applications for iOS or Android mobile devices.


Religious services and devotional programs

A partial listing of Padre Pio TV schedule:

Patron saints

Saint Mary of Graces is considered the co-patroness of Padre Pio TV. The patron saint of this Italian Catholic channel is Saint Pio of Pietrelcina.

See also


  1. ^ Padre Pio TV –
  2. ^ Tele Radio Padre Pio in "Voce di Padre Pio" Foundation