Fr. Nathan Cromly discusses his efforts to recruit the first class of the Saint John Institute, a fully accredited MBA program designed to form evangelizers for the New Evangelization.
Steve Wood explains the differences between Protestant and Catholic views of justification.
Fr. Shenan Boquet, president of Human Life International, travels around the world spreading the Gospel of Life.
Jay Richards' new series, "A Force for Good," looks at business and economics from a Catholic perspective.
James Kelty, George Philips and Fr. Daniel Mode introduce their new documentary film, "Father Vincent Capodanno."
Aaron Dominguez, Ph.D., discusses the relationship between faith and science, as well as The Catholic University of America's National Collection.
John Henry Crosby updates Fr. Mitch on the Hildebrand Project, which is dedicated to exploring the thought and witness of Dietrich von Hildebrand, a Catholic philosopher and outspoken enemy of Nazism.
Brother Norbert Keliher discusses good health and how injury, sickness and old age are among the most feared things in life.
The Ladies of Charity, founded in Paris by St. Vincent de Paul, celebrate their 400th anniversary.
Fr. Daniel Utrecht shares his studies on the life of Bishop von Galen, who openly spoke against the Nazi regime and fought to turn his homeland back to God.
Professor Mary Healy of Sacred Heart Major Seminary discusses Scripture, healing and the spiritual life.
John Martignoni, host of "Blue Collar Apologetics," helps Catholics evangelize and answer tough questions with God's truth.
Mother Xavier McMonagle and Mother Marilla share the cause for canonization of Mother Marie-Adele Garnier, founder of the Tyburn Nuns.
The Most Rev. Charles Chaput and Bobby Schindler remember Terri Schiavo and discuss the necessity of promoting human dignity and defending the most vulnerable.
Bishop Skylstad helps couples deepen their communication and faith in Christ as the North American Secretariat Ecclesial Leader for Worldwide Marriage Encounter.
Peter Kwasniewski, professor of theology and philosophy at Wyoming Catholic College, discusses the Sacred Liturgy, the Traditional Mass, and Renewal in the Church.
Bear Woznick introduces "Long Ride Home with Bear Woznick,", his new EWTN series featuring a cross-country adventure following God's will.
Patrick Kelly, executive director of the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, speaks on how the Shrine serves men and women by providing educational and cultural opportunities, and pastoral care.
Fr. Kevin Bordelon discusses The Melchizedek Project, which provides free resources for starting vocation discernment groups.
Producer Chris Stefanick's new series, "Real Life Catholic," dives into the lives of everyday Catholics as they work, serve, build, and explore.
Jonathan Reyes of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops joins Fr. Mitch to discuss the upcoming Convocation of Catholic Leaders taking place in July.
Authors Grzegorz Gorny and Janusz Rosikon share the mysteries associated with the visits of Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Producer Stefano Mazzeo's new miniseries filmed on location in Portugal, "The Message of Fatima," presents the apparitions and message of the Blessed Virgin Mary to the three Fatima children.
Reverend Monsignor Walter R. Rossi, Rector of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, discusses the annual campaign for the National Shrine and the new Trinity Dome.
Host of "Saints vs. Scoundrels" Benjamin Wiker discusses influential historical figures and examines how accepting or rejecting God affected their lives.
Susan Tassone returns to share new insights on St. Faustina and the conversion of souls.
Vickie Burbach shares how spiritual reading can foster a deeper relationship with Christ.
Director of Chaplains and Spiritual Development Fr. John Kalisch shares how the Knights of Columbus continue to serve Catholic men and aid their families.
Fr. Simon Esshaki discusses the persecution of the Chaldean Catholic Church in the Middle East.
Msgr. John Armitage discusses the pastoral experience and love of Our Lady that he brings to his responsibilities as Rector of the National Shrine of Our Lady.
Fr. Nathan Cromly follows in the footsteps of St. Patrick in his new documentary, "Discovering Patrick- Saint of Ireland."
Luke Arredondo discusses the significance and meaning of the Fatima Prayer, given by Our Lady to be recited after each decade of the Rosary.
Kenneth Parker of the National Institute for Newman Studies discusses Blessed John Cardinal Newman and his Cause for Canonization.
Catholic apologist Trent Horn discusses some of Sacred Scripture's most difficult passages.
Fr. Daniel McCarthy explains how celebrating the Catholic liturgy has a proven, positive impact on communities.
Catholic Apologist Trent Horn and Fr. Mitch Pacwa discuss some of Sacred Scripture's most difficult passages.
Professor Milo Milburn reveals new research that shows that letting go of grudges helps people obtain better mental and physical health.
Elizabeth Santorum speaks on behalf of the Labouré Society and their efforts to help those with religious vocations find the financial aid they need for the next step of their journey.
Bader Rabadi and Fr. Mitch Pacwa encourage pilgrims to visit the Holy Land during the Christmas season.
Founder and chaplain of St. Aloysius School for Orphans with AIDS, Fr. Terry Charlton discusses how their school is providing a caring environment for afflicted children in Kenya.
Producer Kevin Dunn's new documentary, "Vulnerable," reveals startling details about euthanasia and assisted suicide, and a push for their legalization.
Fr. Richard Ho Lung gives an update on the Missionaries of the Poor's latest efforts in providing aid to the world's poor, sick and abandoned.
Fr. James Fryar from the Fraternity of Saint Peter reveals the timeless beauty of the universal language of the Church used in mass.
The Most Reverend Kevin W. Vann discusses the rapid growth of Catholic radio within the Diocese of Orange.
Kevin Vost joins to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the founding of the Dominican Order.
Stefano Mazzeo introduces the upcoming miniseries, "The Inquisitions," with an inside look at the research, filming and cast.
Robert Christie is on the board of directors of the Newman Association of America, which disseminates knowledge on the life, thoughts, and writings of John Henry Newman.
Dr. Anthony Lilles reveals more about the life of Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, the only 20th century female mystic quoted in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Rod Bennet recounts the incredible strength of the Catholic Church.
Producers Richard and Stephen Payne answers questions and offer a preview of their new film on Saul Alinsky, "A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing."
Padre Benedict Nivakoff and Padre Martino Bernard discuss the production and sale of their monastic Belgian brewed beer, and how it helps provide hospitality to the poor.
Dr. Ralph Martin reveals that the Jubilee Year of Mercy perfectly complements the call for New Evangelization.
The Most Reverend Thomas Olmsted of the Diocese of Phoenix shares the mission and message he has for Catholic men in his newest Apostolic Exhortation.
Mother Julia Mary Kubista and Sister Maria Damiana Lee of the Sisters in the Lord Jesus discuss their recent evangelization efforts in Russia.
Charlie McKinney, President of the Sophia Institute Press, shares his new catechesis teaching tool.
Professional surfer Bear Woznick and his son Shane preview their new documentary of a men's retreat.
Br. Innocent and Br. Angelus from the Franciscan Friars of Renewal introduce their upcoming miniseries on living out the Gospel.
Robert Reilly draws from from his knowledge of classic political philosophy to outline the dangers in modern homosexual culture.
Paul Thigpen discusses spiritual warfare and the fight against Satan.
Catholic Answers' Chris Check fields common questions about Church history.
Best-selling author Raymond Arroyo reveals the contemplative life of Mother Angelica and her final years in his newest book, "Mother Angelica: Her Grand Silence."
Theologian Dr. Scott Hahn returns to discuss the Apostles' Creed.
Based on his successful scripture study program, Fr. William Watson unveils a new process specifically designed to help young Catholics to grow their faith.
Alex Begin describes how parishioners of all ages and backgrounds are expressing their love for the Latin Mass across the United States.
The Most Reverend James Conley and Fr. Robert Matya introduce the University of Nebraska's new St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Center.
Sociologist and author Anne Hendershott explains how the Catholic Church is not on the decline, because many young priests are passionate about its timeless teachings.
Rhonda Gruenewald helps parish families reach those trying to discern their calling through the Vocation Ministry program.
Fr. Christopher Collins explains how the Morning Offering is a simple but powerful prayer that encourages strong prayer habits throughout the rest of the day.
Fr. James Fryar from the Fraternity of Saint Peter reveals the timeless beauty of the church's universal language used in the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.
Dr. William Thomas, professor of Mariology at Newman College in Ireland, and the Director of the St. John Paul II Institute of Marian Studies shares his experiences working in the Vatican.
William J. Maffucci, Steve Kilpatrick and Paula Luskus, members from the American Academy of Sacred Arts, showcase artists who use their talents to glorify God.
Dr. Anthony Rizzi, founder and director of the Institute for Advanced Physics, demonstrates how physics can help children prepare for their first Holy Communion.
Author Raymond Arroyo debuts his newest children's novel, "Will Wilder: The Relic of Perilous Falls."
Steven Hemler, President of the Catholic Apologetics Institute of North America, teaches scientific arguments that prove the existence of God.
David Daleiden from the Center for Medical Progress analyzes the undercover videos of Planned Parenthood employees selling the remains of aborted fetuses.
Susan Tassone returns to share new insights on St. Faustina and the Holy Souls in Purgatory.
Fr. Charles Sikorsky from The Institute for the Psychological Sciences on why it's important to teach psychological sciences with the guiding hand of church doctrine.
Deacon Sabatino Carnazzo founded The Institute of Catholic Culture to encourage evangelization through a classical liberal arts education.
St. Mary's University's Stephen Bullivant disputes the social and political movement of The New Atheism.
President of Human Life International Fr. Shenan J. Boquet spreads the gospel of life around the world.
Archbishop José Serofia Palma relates important information concerning the 51st International Eucharistic Congress being held in the Philippines.
The Most Reverend Abdallah Elias Zaidan of Our Lady of Lebanon Catholic Church shares some of the Christmas and Advent traditions unique to the Maronite Church.
The Most Reverend Nicolas Djomo speaks about the challenges the Church is facing in Africa, especially in his home diocese in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Dr. Douglas Bushman and Fr. Mitch Pacwa review Blessed Pope Paul's closing address to the Vatican II council.
President of the American Principles Project Frank Cannon.
Producer, writer and director Jim Kelty joins actress Sabrina Villalobos to discuss what it was like to bring St. Kateri's incredible journey of deep faith and heroic sacrifice to life.
National Director of the Family Theatre Production Fr. David Guffey demonstrates how media can be created to evangelize, entertain and educate families.
Mike Aquilina and Jim Papandrea combine history, politics, and religion for an engaging lesson on the struggles of the Early Church.
Archbishop Lucas champions the importance of Catholic radio's rapid growth and impact on the local Church.
Fr. Andrew Small explains how the Pontifical Mission Societies help protect life by reaching out and caring for children with disabilities, at risk youth, child soldiers and more.
After suffering a spinal injury and praying for Cardinal Newman's intercession, Guest Deacon Jack Sullivan's healing on August 15, 2011 sparked calls for the Cardinal's beautification.
Professor Michael Augros discusses God's existence in an atheistic world.
Fr. Alessandro Borraccia of The Apostles of the Interior Life teaches ways Catholics can develop a deeper, more personal prayer life.
Early Church Father Historian, Fr. David Meconi, offers new insights on the life and teachings of St. Augustine.
Director Deacon Bill Fleming of the Office of Disabilities Ministry explains how they help the disabled gain access to Mass and the sacraments.
Every Wednesday night, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, interviews various guests seeking to teach and prepare us for evangelism. Learn more about your faith and reawaken your desire to bring others to the Church.
Prof. Steve Weidenkopf combats the myths and lies spread about the Crusades by sharing the real history and holy purpose on which it was founded.
Executive Director of the Edmundite Mission, Chad McEachern reveals what his organization is doing to provide food, clothing, and shelter to those living in impoverished communities.
Medieval history scholar Dr. Edmund Mazza and his wife Tatyana discuss "The Divine Comedy" in honor of the 750th anniversary of the birth of its poet, Dante Alighieri.
Kevin Lowry helps Catholics find new ways to balance faith and work in order to better represent Christ's love, no matter where they are.
Sister Margaret Mary from the Daughters of St. Mary of Providence and Fr. Alphonse from the Pious Union of St. Joseph discuss providing care for the needs of the elderly.
Founder of Hope and Purpose Ministries Deacon Larry Oney offers his perspective on the status of race relations in America today.
Most Reverend Richard Joseph Malone, Bishop of Buffalo discusses religious liberty and its impact on the laity, marriage, and family life.
Msgr. Xavier d'Arodes de Peyriague discusses the Basilica of Our Lady of Lourdes and the thousands of pilgrims that come seeking physical and spiritual healing.
The hosts of "Catholic View for Women," Teresa Tomeo, Janet Morana, and Astrid Bennet Gutierrez share upcoming topics to look for in their new season.
Journalist Grzegorz Gorny and photographer Janusz Rosikon share discoveries from their recent work while documenting the sacred relics of Christ's Passion.
Fr. Emmerich Vogt explains how wisdom is at the root of all virtues, and how the twelve step program many recovering addicts use is deeply rooted in Christian teaching.
Fr. Brian Mullady and Deacon Harold-Burke preview their miniseries, "Grace Filled Living."
Catholic Scripture Study Founder and President Gail Buckley relays how Catholics can get involved with or start up their own Catholic Bible Study group.
Dr. Benjamin Wiker talks about his new series "Saints vs. Scoundrels."
The Knights of Columbus discuss their documentary on the influence that St. John Paul II had in shaping the faith and history of the Americas in "John Paul II in America: Uniting a Continent."
Donald Nohs unveils the latest information about The Shroud of Turin and the new exhibition taking place at the Cathedral of Turin.
Bill Donohue talks about his new book "The Catholic Advantage," which explains how Church teachings are the best guide for achieving long-term health and happiness.
John Martignoni introduces his upcoming series, "Blue Collar Apologetics," which prepares Catholics for questions and confrontations they may encounter about their faith.
Most Reverend Barnaba Yousif Habash Bishop of the Syrian Catholic Eparchy discusses the plight and persecution Christians are facing in Syria and in other nations in the Middle East.
Sister Caterina Esselen discusses St. Faustina and the devotion to Divine Mercy.
Henry Capello reveals how young Catholics can reach out to the poor through the charity, Caritas et Veritate.
Ksenija Abramoic talks about how Laudato Family television is promoting Christian values in Croatia.
Dr. Ted Sri introduces his upcoming EWTN series, Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained.
Fr. James Mallon previews his series, "Grandparents," which focuses on the role they play in teaching the faith to younger generations.
Fr. Wade Menenez expounds upon the various liturgical seasons, with a special focus on the similarities and differences between Advent and Lent.
The Rector of The Malvern Retreat House, Fr. Joseph Marino, discusses programs offered by the first and largest Catholic retreat center in the United States.
The founder of the John Paul II Medical Research Institute, Dr. Alan Moy discusses adult stem cell research.
Fr. Mitch welcomes guests from Opus Dei which provides spiritual formation aimed at helping people develop their spiritual life and sanctify their work.
Author and apologist Tim Staples joins Fr. Mitch to talk about Marian devotion and defends the Mary as Mother of God, the immaculate conception, her perpetual virginity and assumption into heaven.
Fr. Shenan Boquet, President of Human Life International, talks about its mission to defend the right to life and dignity of all human persons from conception until natural death.
Kathy Sinott and Nicholas Healy Newman discuss Newman College Ireland.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Obianuju Ekeocha, founder of Culture of Life Africa - dedicated to the promotion and propagation of the Gospel of Life in Africa through the dissemination of good information, and education.
Theologian and author Dr. Scott Hahn talks about the deep scriptural meaning of the nativity of Jesus Christ.
Author, blogger and former atheist Jennifer Fulwiler joins Fr. Mitch to share her faith and family life experiences that she posts from her blog, ConversionDiary.com.
Archbishop Salvatore Rino Fisichiella joins Fr. Mitch to discuss his role as President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization.
John Garvey, President of the Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.
Catholic radio host Al Kresta provides answers to the many false ideologies and philosophies that pass through today's modern world as "truth."
Fr. Paul Check, Director of Courage, a ministry to people with same-sex attractions and how to move past it to a more complete identity in Christ.
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe and F. DeKarlos Blackmon, CEO of The Knights of St. Peter Claver Apostolate, which is the largest and oldest African-American Catholic fraternal organization.
Dr. Michael Waldstein of Ave Maria University talks about John Paul II's Theology of the Body.
Stefano Mazzeo and Professor Thomas Madden join Fr. Mitch to discuss their new mini-series The Crusades.
Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami and EWTN Radio's David Vacheresse join Fr. Mitch to talk about how Catholic Radio is building up of the faith and impacting lives.
Dr. George Harne, President of the College of St. Mary Magdalene, discusses the importance of remaining faithful to Ex Corde Ecclesiae.
Fr. Maurice Emelu talks about his new series, "Word for a Wounded World."
Tom Peterson discusses the series "Catholics Come Home."
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of the Diocese of Kansas City.
EWTN Radio hosts Jim and Joy Pinto talk about their new television show, "At Home With Jim and Joy."
Dr. Ray Guarendi discusses his upcoming series "Living Right With Dr. Ray" and provides insight to parents and children on matters related to faith and family.
Professor Dr. Eugene Gan discusses interactive media and how it affects people and their faith.
John Klink, President of the International Catholic Migration Commission talks about what his organization is doing in aiding victims of human trafficking worldwide.
The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, the first and only Marian shrine in the U.S. that is on the site of an approved apparition of the Blessed Mother.
Kevin Ryan talks about Covenant House, a mission that helps homeless, trafficked and sexually exploited youths in North and Central America.
Fr. William Watson discusses The Sacred Story Institute, which does research and program development to serve the cause of evangelization with vital Ignatian prayer disciplines.
Anthony DeStefano discusses his new Mini-series, A Travel Guide to Life.
Archbishop Terrence Prendergast, SJ of Ottawa talks about the upcoming March for Life in Ottawa.
Ralph Martin discusses evangelization and bringing a renewed vigor in sharing the Gospel, especially to non-believers and those who have lapsed.
The upcoming canonizations of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII.
Sr. Angela de Fatima Coelho, Vice Postulator of the Cause of Canonization to discuss the latest developments.
Abbot Nicholas Zachariadis discusses the growth of his new community of Byzantine monks at The Holy Resurrection Monastery in St. Nazianz, Wisconsin.
Fr. Richard Gabzuda discusses the mission of the Institute for Priestly Formation in Omaha, Nebraska.
Joanna Bogle discusses upcoming episodes of Feasts and Seasons on Church traditions and the history.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Philip Anderson, Abbot of Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey in Hulbert, Oklahoma to share about the contemplative Benedictine life.
Spiritual Maternity, in which any woman can spiritually "adopt" a priest and pray for him.
Plans for a new cathedral in Bahrain dedicated to Our Lady Of Arabia.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Cliff Ermatinger and Zeus Rodriguez from St. Anthony's School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin which maintains a Catholic identity in Education.
Mark M. Morozowich talks about the Eastern Rite of the Church.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Dr. Thomas Hilgers to discuss the history and pro-life mission of the Pope Paul VI Institute.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Jacques Philippe to discuss how spiritual life, Lectio Divina, contemplation and silent prayer help us find the peace and love of Christ.
The Knights of Columbus produced film 'Francis: The Pope From the New World'. Presents his vision for human happiness, a deep love for Jesus and a new desire to bring others to God.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Peter West of Human Life International to discuss their project, From Ocean to Ocean Campaign in Defense of Life. in which the Sacred Icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, continues to tour the world in defense of life.
Fr. Robert Barron discusses his documentary on the New Evangelization.
Fathers John Trigilio and Ken Brighenti discuss their series, "Web of Faith 2.0."
Physicist and Thomist, Dr. Anthony Rizzi discusses the importance of physics and how it relates to understanding and deepening our faith.
Fr. John Horgan talks about the need for devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Fr. Joe Scerbo and producer James Kelty talk about their work on a five-part miniseries celebrating Blessed Junipero Serra's life and work.
Jacqueline Leary-Warsaw helps to celebrate the 20th anniversary of EWTN's "In Concert" music series.
Byzantine Rite priests Frs. Michael Sopoliga, Joseph Bertha, and Fr. Ron Roberson discuss the different Eastern Rites in the Church.
Barrie Schwortz, the first official photographer to record the Shroud of Turin.
Bishop Nicolas Jean René talks about the Shrine of Our lady of Lourdes.
Jim Cavnar discusses how his ministry proclaims the Gospel by serving the poor globally.
Fr. Larry Richards discusses his new mini-series, "Be A Man."
Producer Jim Morlino discusses his experience working as a producer on "The War of the Vendee."
Sr. Joseph Andrew and Sister Maria Karol of the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist discuss their debut album.
Former actress Mother Dolores Hart discusses her new book `The Ear of the Heart: An Actress' Journey from Hollywood to Holy Vows'.
Natalie Smith, founder of VocationsPlacement.org.
The Seminarian Letter Program, where Catholic students write letters of support to seminarians.
Ron Rychlak is an expert on Pius XII, who led the Church during Nazi-occupied Europe.
An interview with Carol Tobias, President of the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC).
Jeanette DeMelo, Editor In Chief of the National Catholic Register.
Teresa Tomeo, Janet Morana, and Astrid Bennett Gutierrez discuss the Catholic View for Women.
Fr. Charles Connor talks about his series, Grab Your Catechism.
In Memorial for Deacon Bill Steltemeier, founding president and long time chairman of EWTN. Hosted by Father Mitch Pacwa.
The dedication of the Seminary Chapel at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, Neb.
Sister Margherita Marchione discusses Pope Pius XII.
With Father Goodwin and Deacon Lillard.
Danny Abramowicz and the "Crossing the Goal" team join Fr. Mitch Pacwa to talk about their program of hard-hitting spirituality for men.
Mother Dolores Hart's journey from the movies to the monastery.
Memorial to Mary Most Holy with Frances Scarr and Fr. Stephen Willis.
Fr. John Corapi discusses various faith topics.
St. Paul and the Church at Corinth.
Fr. Frank Pavone and Janet Morana discuss pro-life issues.
The Catholic faith behind the Iron Curtain.
Male spirituality; NFL player Danny Abramowicz.
The Most Rev. John F. Donoghue, Archbishop of Atlanta.
Fr. John Horgan invites Catholics to pray for reparations for the sins that they and others have committed.
Fr. John Jamnicky demonstrates how the Church successfully reaches out to travelers and tourists to deliver the sacraments to them while they're out on the road.
Bishop Burbidge shares the recent programs and promotions that have caused a successful spike in vocations to the Priesthood in his Diocese of Raleigh.
Dr. Brian Engelland's plan to infuse Catholic Social Doctrine into the business course curriculums at the Catholic University of America to prep future business owners with the virtues and smarts they need to run a successful, humane practice.
Br. Dan Korn celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the original veneration and presentation of the icon, Our Mother of Perpetual Help.
The history and pro-life mission of the Pope Paul VI Institute and the film, Voices in the Desert.
Plans for a new cathedral in Bahrain dedicated to Our Lady Of Arabia.
Joanna Bogle discusses upcoming episodes of Feasts and Seasons on Church traditions and the history.
Fr. Jacques Philippe discusses how the spiritual life, Lectio Divina, contemplation and silent prayer help us to find the peace and love of Christ.