WHAT IS HALLEL?
In 1974 Hallel Institute was founded in New York State as a Not-For-Profit Corporation.
In 1993 Hallel Institute was approved by The New York Archdiocese as a private community of the faithful dedicated to serve the communications needs of the Church.
In 2014 Hallel celebrated its 40th Anniversary. New video programs are being produced. Production services are offered to national and local communities. Its international School of TV and Radio Production trains Catholic communicators from developing countries. The distribution rights of Hallel programs are granted to independent distributors and cable television networks.
To use media in the service of Spirituality and Faith.
“Go into the whole world and proclaim the good news to all creation”. Mark 16:45
To produce quality television and radio programs which satisfy the spiritual hunger of contemporary audiences and fill the emptiness which often characterizes today’s entertainment industry.
Hallel was founded in 1974 as a reflection of the significant changes in our society, culture and religious institutions.
Hallel communicators travel around the world making documentaries about the material as well as spiritual needs of the poor.
The vision of a new world arising sustained Hallel during these more than 40 years of communication in the service to the Gospel.