Teresa Tomeo, host of Catholic Connection, discusses social issues, media awareness, and interviews community leaders and newsmakers live. Teresa reports on news throughout the Catholic community and how we can make a difference.
Anchored by Tracy Sabol, EWTN News Nightly is our daily news and analysis program presenting breaking Catholic News worldwide, top stories, and daily reports from the White House, Capitol Hill, and Rome. Weekdays at 6 & 9 PM EST.
“Blessed 2 Play” is sports radio with heart & soul! Uncovering the role that faith plays in the lives of athletes and sports professionals, host Ron Meyer shines a spotlight on the world of sports and the motivation behind life on and off the field.
Dr. Greg Popcak and his wife Lisa host this live call in program that helps listeners navigate the waters of family life. More2Life features relevant, relatable and achievable tools and solutions straight from the genius of John Paul II's Theology of the Body. It’s the life you were meant to live!
EWTN’s roundtable discussion series and in depth interviews unapologetically examine and analyze important issues, news, and events from an authentically Catholic perspective. An engaged one-hour discussion about topics that matter to you. Hosted by Montse Alvarado.
"The Doctor is In" is hosted by Dr. Ray Guarendi, who brings to the program a wealth of academic credentials and personal life experience. He deals with personal problems, family issues, and professional questions. EWTN listeners love his fun approach and practical advice!
Alejandro Bermúdez, Director de EWTN Noticias y de la agencia de información católica ACI prensa, presenta, semana a semana acompañado por un experto en la materia, todos los temas de actualidad, desde el punto de vista de nuestra fe católica.
The global presence of the Catholic Church is alive in the many diverse cultures sharing our faith. In this series, international guests from around the world highlight rarely told struggles and victories of The Universal Church.
The Son Rise Morning Show with Anna Mitchell and Matt Swaim is fast-paced, motivating and informational – always from the Catholic perspective. You’ll hear news, engaging interviews, prayer and more each weekday morning from 6am-8am ET.
Fe hecha canción es el programa de EWTN Radio Católica Mundial que promociona la música de los grupos y cantantes católicos del mundo hispano. Desde el Estudio 3 de Radio Católica Mundial, Douglas Archer comparte con ustedes una hora cargada de canciones, incluyendo las últimas novedades y estrenos, y de vez en cuando con algún invitado que canta o toca en directo.
Doctor, Doctor brings you discussions of practical and current medical topics with a focus on the dignity of the human person – body and soul. A trustworthy source of medical information and advice for Catholics.
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: As Democrats continue the negotiations on the multi-trillion dollar reconciliation package; for the first time, House Democratic leadership says a provision may be included that would prevent taxpayer dollars from being used to pay for abortions. Meanwhile, in a recent article, author Gordon Chang wrote, "China's hyp…
The ‘genius’ of Catholicism is its ability to maintain all truths of the faith, and celebrate each without denying any others. In his live, interactive Bible study, Father Mitch Pacwa outlines this important concept.By SCRIPTURE AND TRADITION WITH FR. MITCH PACWA
Join Johnnette Williams for Women of Grace as she speaks with Thomas K Sullivan, producer of Women of Grace Television, to discuss the great gift of the rosary and why it's important to be an evangelizer of the rosary!By Women of Grace, Radio
Can you baptize an unconscious person, why does #God need #marriage to be a covenant?, how can I know what books should be in the #Bible?, and what is the meaning of St. John Henry Newman's statement, "To be deep in history is to cease to be #Protestant?By Called to Communion
Good morning! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell welcome KV Turley to talk about his new vampire novel for Ignatius Press. Other guests include Steve Ray on debunking popular myths about the Bible, Fr. Boniface Hicks on what St. Ignatius had to say about spiritual consolation, and Mike Aquilina on why Pope Leo the Great is called “The Gr…
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Democratic congressional leaders in the US are planning a big week. They are targeting a vote on the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, and are pushing for an agreement on the outlines of the massive reconciliation bill. And with the proverbial clock ticking on his proposals, President Joe Biden said his w…
Topics on viewers’ minds include the reality of Jesus’ miracles, the difference between Baptism and Confirmation, why the Rapture is not in Sacred Scripture, and how we are saved by a life of virtue through Christ.By CALLED TO COMMUNION WITH DR. DAVID ANDERS
A listener mentions that going into a #Church sometimes triggers their anxiety because of a traumatic experience at an #evangelical church during childhood, and is ok for Catholics to use the expression, "a personal relationship with #Jesus"?By Called to Communion
Does God allow spirits to harm people?, Why was Jesus depicted by St. Faustina as a white man?, Do we have pre-existing souls before we are born?, and more on today's Open Line Monday with Fr. John Trigilio.By Open Line, Monday
Happy feast of Sts. Crispin and Crispinian! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell welcome Stephanie Mann to talk about the famous St. Crispin’s Day speech from Shakespeare’s Henry V. Other guests include Kevin Schmiesing with This Week in Catholic History, Fr. John Gavin on what it means to pray “Thy kingdom come,” and Bear Woznick with mor…
Jim Cavnar up dates us on the dangers in Haiti and Fr. Brent Bowen discusses the meaning of lay vocation.Doug Keck shares the latest from EWTN radio and television. Russell Shaw connects the Gospels to illustrate the life of Jesus.By Kresta In The Afternoon
Fe hecha canción es el programa de EWTN Radio Católica Mundial que promociona la música de los grupos y cantantes católicos del mundo hispano. Desde el Estudio 3 de Radio Católica Mundial, Douglas Archer comparte con ustedes una hora cargada de canciones, incluyendo las últimas novedades y estrenos, y de vez en cuando con algún invitado que canta o…
Fr. Cedric’s two near-death experiences in 1977 led him to turn his carpe diem lifestyle around and enter the seminary. He joins Doug to discuss his new book that details his powerful and life-changing testimony.By EWTN BOOKMARK
Today’s guest is Mike McCoy. Mike graduated from the University of Notre Dame where he played football and was a Consensus All-American. He was chosen UPI Lineman of the year and was sixth in the Heisman Trophy balloting his senior year. He was the #1 draft choice of the Green Bay Packers where he played defensive tackle. He played eleven years in …
(Best Of) Consecration in front of the TV with pita bread?, how do you know anything about #God without begging the question and confirmation bias?, What is the canonical authority for Catholic annulment? and is God answering our #prayers? #faith #Catholicism #ChristianityBy Called to Communion
Cohost Dr. Tom McGovern talks about his day job as a practicing dermatologist. He shares why he chose the specialty, the most rewarding and most difficult aspects of his work, how his faith guides him in his work, and some basic advice for everyday skin concerns.By Doctor, Doctor
Learning more about the Maronite Catholic Church, which is in full communion with the Holy See. Host Montse Alvarado speaks with Bishop Gregory Mansour about the history and future of the Church in Lebanon. Plus a panel discussion on the current violence in Beirut, it’s impact on the political and economic stability of the region. This episode also…
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: The White House issued what it calls a first-ever national strategy on gender equity and equality, and repeated multiple times throughout the 41 page document its unrelenting support for abortion. And, right now, both the House and Senate versions of President Joe Biden's reconciliation bill do not include the Hyde A…
Colin explains what the Church is up to with the Synodal Path, Should Catholics celebrate Halloween?, What is the role of chancellor in an archdiocese?, and more on today's Open Line Friday with Colin Donovan.By Open Line, Friday
Imagine baptism without a godfather. Well that’s the reality in one Sicilian archdiocese that has banned the appointment of godfathers for the next three years. Register contributor Patti Armstrong gives us reasons godparents exist and explains how the Marlon Brando model of the Godfather gets it very wrong.Then Register staff writer Peter J. Smith…
Are differences causing conflict between you and someone you care about? Let us help! Dr. Greg and Lisa will help you solve your problems with relevant, relatable and achievable tools and solutions straight from the genius of the Theology of the Body.By MORE2LIFE
Johnnette Williams takes your questions as she informs, instructs and inspires listeners with the truth of the Catholic faith. Today she talks with Fr. Kirby about death and dying.By Women of Grace, Radio
A listener from #Hanoi, #Vietnam is new to reading the #Bible and wants to know what book she should start with, how can I listen to #God in prayer?, and how should I ask God for something?By Called to Communion
Happy feast of Pope St. John Paul II! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell welcome Ken Craycraft and Bobby Schindler to talk about the impact of the pope that led the Church into the third millennium. Other guests include Ann Gundlach to talk about a new magazine that focuses on Theology of the Body, and Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo from the Inst…
In hour 1 Michael Nazir-Ali is the most prominent bishop to leave the Anglican Church in years. He joins us. Also, Al explains the “New Tower of Babel,” and in hour 2 What would John Paul II say if we asked him what to look for in our next pope? We talk with George Weigel.By Kresta In The Afternoon