Source: EWTN via YouTube.com A US doctor says he wanted to serve women and be the very best so he performed abortions. Until the day things did not go as planned. In his new book “Two Patients,” Dr. John Bruchalski tells the story of his conversion from pro-abortion to pro-life, […]
Father Stu: Mark Wahlberg with Raymond Arroyo
Source: EWTN via YouTube RAYMOND ARROYO’s EXCLUSIVE interview with actor/producer MARK WAHLBERG about his inspirational and very personal new film, FATHER STU, due in theaters on Good Friday, April 15. The World Over with Raymond Arroyo airs on EWTN Thursdays at 8pm ET. It re-airs on Fridays at 1am & […]
Author: “Anti-Marian” spirit is wrecking Western culture
Source: EWTN via YouTube Carrie Gress discusses radical feminism and its influence on current culture in “The Anti-Mary Exposed,” and highlights the rewards of homemaking in “Theology of Home.” Hosted by Doug Keck. Header image: EWTN via lifesitenews.com External link: book link via theologyofhome.comExternal link: Best selling Catholic book banned […]
Fr. Peter Sabbath: A Jewish Convert Who Became A Catholic Priest
Father Peter was raised in the large and tight-knit Jewish community of Montreal, Canada. As a young man Father Peter attend Woodstock, after dropping out of Boston University. He found his way to Berkeley and studied Zen Buddhism. A friend invited him to a Cistercian Abbey in Canada, where he was impressed by the chanting and quiet. He received the gift of faith in Jesus through the liturgy while attending a Mass. Father Peter is now a priest of the Archdiocese of Montreal.
Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine: Does it Use Fetal Cell Lines?
Pfizer has announced a new COVID-19 vaccine with 90% efficiency – but were fetal cell lines involved? Joseph Meaney, Ph.D., president of the National Catholic Bioethics Center, answers our questions.
At Our Side The Hidden Ministry of Our Guardian Angels
Source: Napa Institute via YouTube Fr. Ambrose Criste, O. Praem, discusses what we know about the existence of angels, given both in scripture and throughout the centuries by various mystics including St. Padre Pio and St. Theresa of Avila among others. Angels he explains are pure spirit, incredibly powerful, are […]
Purgatory: A Place of Intense Longing, Love and Hope
Source: Napa Institute via YouTube Fr. Ambrose Criste, O. Praem. discusses what both scripture teaches and what various mystics throughout the centuries have revealed about the next phase of existence for most humans, ‘Purgatory’, or the ‘Church Suffering’ as it is sometimes known. Fr. Ambrose notes that many of us […]
Praying the Rosary Like Never Before: Encounter the Wonder of Heaven and Earth
Source: Napa Institute talk courtesy of EWTN via YouTube Dr. Edward Sri speaking at the 2017 Napa Institute Conference, covers a wide variety of topics on praying the rosary, including how to cope when you find it difficult to pray; techniques to make it easier to pray at various times […]
Candace Owens on ‘Black Lives & Black Lives Matter’
CANDACE OWENS, political commentator, and co-founder of The Blexit Foundation discusses the racial tension simmering in the United States after death of George Floyd.
St. Maria Goretti’s Martyrdom & Legacy of Forgiveness
In Nettuno, Italy, discover the full story of St. Maria Goretti’s Martyrdom and act of mercy in forgiving her murderer, Alessandro Serrenelli.
Maria Goretti was canonized in the presence of her Mother and siblings in Saint Peter’s Square on July 6, 1950. Pope Pius XII proclaimed her the patron saint of chastity and victims of sexual violence.
Veils of Veronica: Cloth shows the face of Jesus
Veronica wiped the face of Jesus with her veils when he fell while carrying his cross to Calvary. The Veils of Veronica show the face of Christ imprinted on the cloth. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief Alan Holdren takes us on a journey in Rome to take a closer look at the image of Christ’s face.
Eucharistic miracle in Poland
During Christmas Day Mass in Poland, a Consecrated Host fell to the floor. It was recovered and placed in a container with water. Soon, red stains began to appear. Testing revealed fibers of human heart muscle; and after reviewing the finding, the Vatican approved its exposition for veneration.