EWTN’s weekly one-hour discussion of current events in the Church, politics, and culture, from a Catholic perspective. Covering the underreported stories and clarifying the Church's position on key teachings, with a focus on the laity's needs and concerns. Hosted by Catherine Hadro.
Supreme Court upholds federal gun ban for people under domestic violence restraining orders. The state of the pro-life movement two years after the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Pro-life experts analyze the messy state of abortion politics today. A look at the vibrant Catholic community in Kenya. A photographer’s experience capturing the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage.
Supreme Court rules on the most common form of abortion; how an ideologically-divided Court delivered a unanimous decision. U.S. bishops discuss ministry for Native Americans and mental health at their annual spring assembly. The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage reaches our nation’s capital. Plus, Montse Alvarado signs off as host of EWTN News In Depth, remaining as EWTN News President and COO.
Millions gather in Uganda to honor the country’s martyrs; we bring you to the joyful celebrations. The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage celebrates Corpus Christi in Salt Lake City. Bishop’s approval of transgender-identifying hermit causes scandal and confusion. Plus: a special announcement from your team at “EWTN News In Depth.”
The rise in Catholic classical education, a look at the trend. Ahead of the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage continues its journey across America. Pope Francis hosts thousands of children in Rome for the first World Children’s Day. Plus, an Ohio museum holds a treasure trove of Catholic artifacts.
Thousands of Catholics across the country embark on the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage. Take a look at the beginning of the historic four-route journey and see how the faithful are encountering Christ on the road to the Congress in July.
Returning to the source and summit of the Christian life: the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage kicks off across the country on May 18-19. Preview the four routes and look behind the scenes for this historic two month long journey with Christ.
A special episode dedicated to the National Eucharistic Revival. We map out the pilgrimage routes, interview leading speakers, and hear new music composed for this historic Catholic event.
Turmoil at universities nationwide. Campus chaos, anti-Semitic rhetoric, and expert analysis on the way forward. Legal analysis on the biggest Supreme Court cases this term. And a determined Christian minority holds on in Turkey: a look at their enduring faith.
A special broadcast dedicated to the 7 sacraments. Baptism, Communion, Confirmation, Confession, Anointing of the Sick, Marriage and Holy Orders. We also looks at ways some parishes are helping marriages become stronger and young faithful learn the importance of penance.
Tensions in the Middle East rise after Israel strikes Iran: what the conflict could mean for the region. Analysis on the some of the biggest Supreme Court cases this term – from emergency room abortions and transgender procedures for minors to gun regulation and homelessness. Columbine, 25 years later: two Catholic survivors share their stories. Plus, a look at a nearly-rebuilt Notre Dame Cathedral, five years after that tragic fire.
New Vatican document calls gender ideology a “grave threat” to human dignity. As Former President Donald Trump lays out his stance on abortion, Arizona enacts a 160-year-old life-affirming law; Catholic pro-life leader reacts. Plus, new photos of Padre Pio provide a new glimpse into the saint’s life.
Funding for Catholic charter schools debated in Oklahoma. The role of religion in the upcoming presidential election. Plus, faith at the final four: a Christian take on March Madness.
A legal and medical discussion to preview the abortion pill case at the U-S Supreme Court next week. The hidden struggles of homeless families in Colorado and the Catholic organizations that support them. Artists in Verona makes beautiful pieces of art from stained glass. Plus, from class to Mass: observing Lent as a college student.
Head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church discusses the anniversary of the war with Russia. A conversation on faith with three-time Super Bowl champ Harrison Butker. A TikTok ban gains momentum in Congress. Plus, a special interview with Bishop Robert Barron.
The many causes of homeless in major cities and small towns across the United States. From children to the elderly— how many become in housed, and what we can do to help. We look at the scope of care the Catholic Church provides for the poor and marginalized.
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