EWTN Audio Library Series Index
Christ: The Light of Nations
Host - Fr. Brian Mullady
Fr. Brian Mullady explains Lumen Gentium, "Constitution on the Church", from the 2nd Vatican Council.
Community Transformed
Host - Fr. Thomas Dubay
Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M. cuts to the heart of vocation and what it means for the life of a community. This series reveals how any community – whether a home, parish, or neighborhood - can be transformed by an abundant and Trinitarian love.
Contemplation
Host - Fr. Thomas Dubay
Corpus Christi Homilies
Host - Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe
A homily by Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe given on the Monday after the Feast of Corpus Christi, 1999.
Council of Faith: 2003
Host - Frs. Trigilio & Brightenti
Council of Faith: The Documents of Vatican II
Host - Fr. John Trigilio, Jr., Ph.D.
Fr. John Trigilio, Jr., Ph.D., discusses each of the 16 documents of Vatican II, explaining what they say, what they do not say, and what they mean to us.
Council of Faith: Vatican II - the Post Counciliar Documents
Host - Fr. John Trigilio
Fr. John Trigilio explains various documents which have come from Rome which clarify the teachings of Vatican II.
Credo: We Believe
Host - Fr. Pablo Straub
An explanation of what we mean when we say the Creed
Crisis In The Church
Host - Raymond Arroyo, Colin Donovan, Fr. Groeschel
Crisis In The Church
Crossing the Goal
Host - Abramowicz and the Crossing the Goal Team
Join former NFL Coach and All-Pro Wide Receiver, Danny Abramowicz and the Crossing the Goal Team as they lay out the game plan for facing the spiritual challenges that men face in their daily lives.
Defenders of Faith in Word and Deed
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
This series seeks to examine Catholics who have defended the faith in word and deed by their wet martyrdom, (the shedding of blood) and dry martyrdom, (exclusion or banishment, persecution, imprisonment.) It is hoped that Catholics who view these programs will be strengthened in the Faith they profess by looking more closely at the lives of these who have sacrificed all in it’s defense.
Defending Life
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone
Fr. Frank Pavone provides an insightful look into the scriptural, medical, psychological, sociological, and legal aspects of defending the right to life. He proposes practical strategies for the pro-life movement that work.
Defending Life VII
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone and various guests
Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life and his guests addresse many issues concerning the Pro-Life cause.
Defending Life VIII, 2003
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone w/ Various
Defending Life XIII
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana
In this thirteenth season of the series, Defending Life, Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morana, Associate Director of Priests For Life, discuss the need to exercise various life principles in action, including the following: engaging in political responsibility; living out the spirituality of being pro-life; focusing on education, pastoral care and public policy; speaking to those most at risk for manipulation and exploitation; exposing hard truths as a means of informing the public, distinguishing between abortion and the art of medicine; observing the connection between abortion, guilt, child-abuse and the “abortion survivor syndrome.” Finally two conversations are held with Naomi King and Alveda King, civil rights and pro-life activists related to the late Martin Luther King Jr.
Defending Life, XI
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone and Janet Morana
Fr. Frank Pavone and Janet Morana discuss critical life issues with seasoned experts. Far from espousing a one-issue platform, Pavone indicates that without the fundamental rite to life, all other rights are rendered meaningless. When one segment of society is threatened, every segment of society is threatened, as the fabric of life is systematically undone. The priority of defending life then is crucial for the survival of civilization. Topics include: elections, starting a new society to do pro-life work, euthanasia, stem cell research, cloning, counseling mothers who have had abortions, sidewalk counseling and the rights of activists, pregnancy resource centers, the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, and the link between abortion and breast cancer.
Defending Life, XII
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V., and Janet Morana
Distinguished Pro-Life advocates Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V., and Janet Morana of Priests For Life
Defending Life: 2006
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone and Janet Morana
Fr. Frank Pavone and Janet Morana discuss critical life issues with seasoned experts. Far from espousing a one-issue platform, Pavone indicates that without the fundamental rite to life, all other rights are rendered meaningless. When one segment of society is threatened, every segment of society is threatened, as the fabric of life is systematically undone. The priority of defending life then is crucial for the survival of civilization. Topics include: elections, starting a new society to do pro-life work, euthanasia, stem cell research, cloning, counseling mothers who have had abortions, sidewalk counseling and the rights of activists, pregnancy resource centers, the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, and the link between abortion and breast cancer.
Defending Life: XV
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone, M.E.V. and Janet Morena
In this 15th season of the series, Defending Life, Fr. Frank Pavone and Janet Morana, Executive Director of Priests For Life, discuss the exercise of life principles in action, engaging in political responsibility while living out the spirituality of being pro-life.
Der Christ In Der Welt
Host - Various
Der Mensch ist besser, als wir denken
Host - Jürgen Liminski and Antonia Willemsen
Interviewed by host Jürgen Liminski, guest Antonia Willemsen tells the story of Father Werenfried van Straaten, Dutch priest and founder of the organization, Aid to the Church in Need.
Devotion to Christ
Host - Fr. Benedict Groeschel
Fr. Groeschel explains how “devotion” is a vibrant, powerful and personal conviction that God knows, hears and cares for us as individual persons. Devotion is question of “psychology” and the inner experiences, joys, sorrows, hopes, cares, of each of us. Jesus Christ really “knows” each and every one of us in an utterly mysterious way and only when we realize this fact can we begin to be devout and have Devotion to Christ.
Divine Intimacy Radio
Host - Dan Burke and Melissa Elson
Illuminating the path to union with God through the light of the wisdom of the Saints and the teachings of the Catholic Church
Divine Mercy in Our Souls
Host - Fr. Joseph Roesch
Fr. Joseph Roesch of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception interviews several guests who have experienced Our Lord’s Divine Mercy and continue the mission of St. Faustina in spreading this message of infinite love and mercy.
Divine Mercy Minutes
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Divine Mercy Novena
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Doctors of the Church
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
Fr. Charles Connor examines the lives and writings of all 33 Doctors of the Church, men and women who not only contributed to the era in which they lived, but who also helped the Church to understand Herself, Her mysteries, and everything the Lord entrusted to Her. Understand these writers whose teachings transcend the differences between the generations.
Does the Church Still Teach That
Host - Fr. Shannon Collins, CPM ( Fathers of Mercy )
Join Fr. Shannon Collins of the Father’s of Mercy as he brightly reasserts age old Church teachings in his series, “Does the Catholic Church Still Teach That?” Fr. Collins profiles the failure of modern catechesis and defends teachings such as The Last Four Things, Purgatory, Predestination, Christ as Universal Savior, Outside the Church No Salvation, The Devil, The Anti-Christ, Transubstantiation, Confession, Objective Superiority of Celibacy, Marian Devotion, and Holy Mother Church. You may be surprised as you learn, perhaps once again, that the Catholic Church has taught and will always continue to teach these valuable lessons of eternity.
Dr. Ray Talks It Over
Host - Dr. Ray Guarendi and Jerry Usher
Solid, empowering and very Catholic parenting advice.
Ecclesial Movements in the Universal Church
Host - Fr. C. John McCloskey III, STD
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