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.
A discussion of the “Face of the Father,” and His paternal heart of love. Learn how surrendering our lives in trustful offering to God brings Him joy and frees us of discouragement. Fr. Wojciech Giertych is our guest.
Fr. Mitch previews a new documentary about the life and legacy of Fr. James E. Coyle, a priest in Birmingham who was gunned down in broad daylight on the front porch of his rectory more than one hundred years ago.
Judge Robert Conrad Jr. discusses two of England’s great saints, explaining how the sanctity and integrity of Thomas More and John Fisher carried them through tumultuous times, not unlike what we’re experiencing today.
Allan Smith discusses the writings of the Venerable Fulton J. Sheen. The renowned Archbishop was particularly eloquent on matters of war and peace, and trusting God amidst totalitarianism and paganism in society.
Dr. Matthew Minerd, a Ruthenian Catholic, professor and translator, talks to Fr. Mitch about the Catholic approach to war. What does the Church teach about participation in conflict, and when, if ever, would a war be considered just?
Fr. Mitch welcomes Msgr. Charles Kosanke, pastor of the Basilica of St. Anne in Detroit. They speak about its history as America’s second oldest continuously operating parish and the growing faith in middle America.
Fr. Mitch welcomes “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill to discuss the Beatification cause for Rhoda Wise. This stigmatist and mystic had an encounter with nineteen-year-old Rita Rizzo, who became EWTN’s Mother Angelica.
Why is modern psychology often problematic for Catholics? Fr. Mitch invites Fr. Brian Mullady to discuss. They look at how Church teachings and Sacred writings show the true nature of a healthy, Christian emotional life.
Professor and philospher John Lawrence Hill talks to Fr. Mitch about how a commitment to human rights and human dignity requires a commitment to a natural law tradition, which ultimately leads to a belief in God.
Tim Glemkowski, Executive Director for the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress, joins Fr. Mitch, to discuss how to bring about a national and personal revival of belief in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Dr. Stacy Trasancos and Fr. George Elliot to talk about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. They make their observations based on Scripture, Catholic tradition, and scientific investigation.
Stephen Mirarchi discusses the work of author and screenwriter, Myles Connolly with Fr. Mitch. Connolly had a talent for weaving Catholic virtues into the storylines of his captivating screenplays and novels.
Fr. Miitch welcomes Deacon Daniel Galadza to discuss the saintly life and work of Venerable Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky, a man of deep prayer who used his personal wealth to fund thousands of philanthropic projects.
Today’s guest, Dr. Steven Christie, provides compelling and succinct ways to persuasively speak up for the unborn, and counter every pro-choice argument based on science, the law, reason, social justice and morality.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Gerald Murray to discuss the storm of doctrinal confusion and worldliness in the Church, and how to calmly navigate through the crises with confidence in God’s unfailing providence.
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