EWTN Audio Library Series Index
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).
Behold Your Mother
Host - Mark Miravalle
Mark Miravalle, Professor of Theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, focuses on Mary's role in the Holy Catholic Church.
Behold Your Mother
Host - Fr. Antoine
Benediction and Devotions
Host - Various
Black and Roman Catholic
Host - Dolores Grier and Noah Lett
Dr. Dolores Grier and Noah Lett, an EWTN Theology Advisor, discuss in personal and historic terms the numerous ways the Catholic Church has successfully offered the riches of Christ's grace to Africans and African Americans.
Blessed to Play
Host - Ron Meyer
Call Me Catholic
Host - Peggy Normandin
From the studios of Orange County Catholic Radio in the Diocese of Orange, “Call Me Catholic,” hosted by Peggy Normandin, is a light and lively conversation about the perils and blessings of embracing a Catholic identity in our modern world. This live one-hour show celebrates, explores and restores our Catholic identity as we navigate the daily struggles and blessings of life. Peggy Normandin will leave you energized and excited to tell the world, hey, you can “Call Me Catholic”. Call Me Catholic features include high profile Catholic guests, commentary on faith in the news and arts, live callers, Call Me Catholic Challenge; a fun and engaging Catholic culture game show and heartfelt stories about growing up Catholic.
Called to Communion
Host - Dr. David Anders
Are you "Called to Communion?" In this LIVE call-in show, Dr. David Anders talks clearly with non-Catholics about the faith. We ask the question "What would it take for YOU to become a Catholic?"
Candidate Conversations 2016 with Robert George
Host - Robert George
Cardinal Newman at 2000
Host - Fr. C. John McCloskey, III
Fr. McCloskey introduces us to the life of John Henry Cardinal Newman, a saint that has been credited for many conversions to Catholicism in the 20th Century. Fr. McCloskey, himself a scholar of Newman, did his STD dissertation on Newman at the University of Navarre and has assembled Newman scholars from around the world to discuss his influence on many different aspects related to Faith and the Church.
Carpenter's Shop II
Host - Steve Wood w/ Various
Steve Wood hosts this program designed to help men reach their full potential as husbands and fathers
Carpenter's Shop, 2005
Host - Steve Wood and guests
Steve Wood hosts this program designed to help men reach their full potential as husbands and fathers
Catechism and Controversies
Host - Msgr. Michael Wrenn
The Catechism of the Catholic Church issued in its present form contains an authentic statement of the faith in its fullness. Unfortunately, there are those, and many are religious educators, who are already trying to subvert the teachings found in the Catechism. In a challenging and insightful way, Msgr. Michael Wrenn examines the inner workings behind the publication of the new Catechism of the Catholic Church as well as several problems found in today's religious education efforts.
Catholic Authors
Host - Fr. John C. McCloskey and guests
Learn about the spiritual truths, obstacles, and joys that have endured for thousands of years with host Fr. John McCloskey, III, S.T.D. He and his guests examine the lives and works of renowned authors who were Catholic, unveiling the Christian themes and philosophy that inspired their writings.
Catholic Café
Host - Deacon Jeff Drzycimski and Tom Dorian
From the Diocese of Membphis, a popular destination for men to share experiences, strengthen their faith and become better husbands and fathers
Catholic Connection
Host - Teresa Tomeo
Catholic Heritage
Host - Joanna Bogle and Tim Matthews
Catholic Morality and the Catechism
Host - Msgr. William Smith
Find out what the Church believes, what the Church celebrates, what the Church lives, and how the Church prays with Msgr. William Smith, S.T.D. He helps viewers understand how the Catechism is organized and explains its terminology, giving the faithful the confidence to use it on their own.
Catholic Priesthood Through the Ages
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
The series is designed to give priests and especially catholic laity a deeper insight into the scriptural, theological, historical and spiritual richness of the Sacrament of Holy Orders.
Catholic Social Teaching
Host - Msgr. Swetland
Catholicism on Campus -- Ex Corde in Action
Host - Msgr. Stuart Swetland
This series is about the ways a Catholic university implements the document Ex Corde Ecclesiae.
Catholicism: The Heart of History
Host - Joanna & James Bogle
Catholicism from the Birth of Christ in the Roman Empire to the 20th Century
CDU Presents
Host - Various
Join us as we present a series of seminars from the Catholic Distance University
Celtic Connections
Host - Kathy Sinnott
Join Kathy Sinnott, broadcasting from Cork in Ireland, every week from Ireland with news, views and features from Great Britain, Ireland and across Europe
Cenacle of Divine Mercy
Host - Fr. Joe Roesch, MIC and guests
Cenacle of the Divine Mercy, 2008
Host - Fr. Joe Roesch, MIC and Bryan Thatcher, EADM
Join Fr. Joe Roesch, MIC and Bryan Thatcher, EADM along with Cenacle members from around the country as they discuss the deep richness that The Divine Mercy image, St. Faustina, and Cenacle Prayer Groups have brought to their lives. Shot on location at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Fr. Roesch and Bryan Thatcher discuss the inner workings of a Cenacle Prayer Group and how focusing on The Divine Mercy image related through St. Faustina and her writings can bring peace and stability to our hectic daily life.
Christ in the City
Host - Fr. George Rutler
Fr. George Rutler talks about finding Christ the Redeemer in the midst of the cares of life as represented by the city, in the heart of the Church he founded. Filmed at The Church of Our Saviour in New York.
Christ in the City, 2005
Host - Fr. George Rutler
Christ in the City, 2006
Host - Fr. George Rutler, S.T.D.
Fr. George Rutler, S.T.D., discusses varied themes relative to finding Christ in daily life, even amongst the bustle of urban living. His topics for reflection include faith, entering the “narrow gate,” the feast of Pentecost, the “high priestly prayer” of Jesus, the Sermon on the Mount, hearing the divine music, and seeing works of art as representations of the holy or divine. Dealing with matters of everyday life, Rutler presents the topics of fanaticism, procrastination and distractions.
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