EWTN Audio Library Series Index
A Eucharistic Journey
Host - Sr. Joan Noreen
Sr. Joan Noreen presents the contributions of the Fathers of The Church to a Catholic Eucharistic theology and spirituality.
A Eucharistic Journey II
Host - Sr. Joan Noreen
Sr. Joan Noreen, OLME (Our Lady’s Missionaries of the Eucharist) discusses the importance of the Eucharist in the lives of the early Church Fathers.
A Eucharistic Journey III
Host - Sr. Joan Noreen
In new episodes of Eucharistic Journey, Sister Joan Noreen examines the lives and writings of Franciscan saints like St. Clare of Assisi, St. Margaret of Cortona, St. Leonard of Port Maurice, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio) and St. Colette of Corbie, as well as Pope John Paul II. Sr. Noreen focuses in on the practical wisdom gained from devotion to the Eucharist, “the font and summit of the spiritual life,” The lives of the saints show us that the Blessed Sacrament can profoundly influence every facet of life, bringing the faithful into a deeply personal relationship with Our Lord.
A Knight for Truth
Host - Dr. Alice von Hildebrand and Dr. Thomas Howard
Dr. Alice von Hildebrand and Dr. Thomas Howard discuss the life and works of Dietrich von Hildebrand, the great 20th Century Catholic philosopher.
A Lenten Parish Mission
Host - Fr. William Casey
From the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama, The Very Rev. William P. Casey, C.P.M., Superior General of the Fathers of Mercy, gives a series of six 1-hour talks for Holy Week. Topics covered include the Sacraments, the Holy Mass, and Devotion to the Blessed Mother.
A Widow’s Walk with Christ
Host - Ronda Chervin with Anne Lassiter
Statistically, most married women will enter widowhood at some point in their lives, bringing with it loneliness, possible financial hardship and other problems. Hosts Ronda Chervin and Anne Lassiter show that widowhood also opens new avenues of life and show how to cope with stress and problems of this new phase of life.
Advent Reflections 2011
Host - Various
Shot on location in the United Kingdom, specifically the recorded in the Shrewsbury Cathedral of England, this year’s installment of Advent Reflections is to be delivered by four British priests recalling the treasured heritage of the local historical tradition of the Advent Season, which still has a privileged place of modern-day England.
Advent Reflections, 2003
Host - Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien
Join Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien, Archbishop for the Military Services for a series of reflections on Advent
Advent Reflections, 2004
Host - Cardinal Justin Rigali
Advent Reflections, 2007
Host - Various
Advent Reflections, 2008
Host - Various
Advent Reflections, 2009
Host - Various
Advent Reflections, 2014
Host -
Advent Reflections, 2014
Host - NA
Please join us on a pilgrimage anticipating Our Lord's arrival on Christmas Day from the Abbey of St. Mary at Buckfast, in the County of Devon, UK
Advent Reflections, Europe - 2006
Host - Fr. Ronald Creighton-Jobe, Cong. Orat.
Fr. Ronald Creighton-Jobe, Cong. Orat. (Congregation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri), offers a series of meditations on the meaning of Advent from the Brompton Oratory in London.
Advent Reflections, UK - 2010
Host - Various
Shot on location in the United Kingdom, specifically the St. Anthony of Padua Church on Watchbell Street in Rye, East Sussex, England, this year’s installment of Advent Reflections is to be delivered by four British priests recalling the treasured heritage of the local historical tradition of the Advent Season, which still has a privileged place of modern-day England.
Advent Reflections, USA - 2006
Host - Archbishop Timothy Dolan
Adventures in Exodus
Host - Tim Gray
Tim Gray hosts this 10 part Bible Study: Adventures in Exodus. These programs look through the lens of Christ and the Church to show that God desired to free His people from the tyranny of sin.
After Eden
Host - Bishop Myers
You are created in the image and likeness of God. Find out how this fact affects you and all mankind through discussion with Bishop John J. Myers.
All Ages Will Call Me Blessed
Host - Fr.'s Miller/Augustine
Fr. Miller and Fr. Augustine Mary share the teachings of the Catholic Church regarding Our Lady.
Amor Artis
Host - NA
The beauty of great art and great music transports the human soul to contemplate truth. Let your heart and your mind be guided to Our Lord's presence through these inspiring choral masterpieces from the great Masters of English and European Choral music.
Angels of God
Host - Fr. John Horgan
Apologetics, 101
Host - John Martignoni
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen: A Prophet for our Times
Host - Fr. Apostoli
At Home with Jim and Joy
Host -
Dynamic husband and wife radio team Jim and Joy Pinto bring their powerful witness to daytime TV with their weekly live show with a focus on marriage, family and pro-life issues.
At Home with Jim and Joy, Radio
Host - Jim and Joy Pinto
In this call-in show, Jim and Joy Pinto welcome you home and answer your questions about the Domestic Church. They'll provide you with practical advise to strengthen your life, marriage and family.
Host - Fr. Andrew Apostoli
Fr. Apostoli examines the Beatitudes and their application in our daily lives.
Becoming a Catholic
Host - Fr. Ed Krause
Fr. Ed Krause instructs, encourages, and inspires listeners with the wisdom and strength of the Catholic creed, moral tradition, and sacramental life. He demonstrates that becoming a Catholic is a lifelong struggle, beginning with Baptism and ending in Heaven.
Bedrock Basics
Host - Fr. Thomas Dubay
Bedrock Basics deals with the most radical issues that each of us faces, those which have unending consequences. They determine our final destiny; eternal ecstasy or eternal disaster. Nothing on the planet compares in importance. People must be real, face reality as it is; big as big; tinsel as tinsel, primary as primary. In Bedrock Basics we discuss subjects immeasurably more important than the Olympics, a presidential election or the Super Bowl.
Behold the Man
Host - Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers discusses what it means to be a Catholic man in today's society by exploring how contemporary culture speaks to men about truth, faith, and the meaning of life. An authentic, Christ-centered male spirituality fosters and nurtures growth in holiness, encourages men to become defenders of the culture of life, inspires men to become loving servants of their wives, families, and the Church; and develops an understanding and appreciation of the human body as the temple of the Holy Spirit. The power of the Eucharistic Christ sustains men in the every day lived experience of their faith. Men who live their faith in fidelity to God's holy will become freer to love and more open to receive the gift of grace in response to the Lord's call to “be perfect as the heavenly Father is perfect” (Matthew 5:48).
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