Gloria.tv

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Gloria.tv is an internet-based Catholic video-sharing and news site based in Switzerland. It was created in 2005 and has become one of the largest Catholic-focused sites of its kind on the internet. It is run by a group of laity, supported by a few priests. It hosts videos and other media in many languages including English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Romansch, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Hungarian and others.

The news staff of the site have been notably very critical of the papacy of Pope Francis as well as critical of many other bishops and clergy within the modern church. It has been involved in some controversies between it and a few dioceses in the German-speaking world.

According to a 2013 statement by the website, the website receives about 2 million visits each month and contained 400,000 media files.[1]

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