EWTN Audio Library Series Index
Historic Catholic Converts
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
Fr. Connor, historian for the diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania, traces the lives of British, American, French and German believers who, through God’s grace, made the spiritual and intellectual journey to Rome. These are biographical sketches and conversion life stories.
History of the Catholic Church in the US
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
Join Fr. Charles Conner as he surveys the growth and development of the Catholic Church in the United States. From Colonial period to the present, the Church's influence through the years has helped form the lives of countless Americans.
Holy Day Meditations by Father Groeschel
Host - Fr. Benedict Groeschel
Holy Day Meditations by Father Groeschel
Holy Day Meditations by Groeschel
Host - Fr. Benedict Groeschel
Holy Week Retreat
Host - Fr. Pablo Straub
Holy Week Retreat - 2007
Host - Fr. Stephen Langridge
Fr. Stephen Langridge, Rector of Holy Ghost Catholic Church in southwest London and Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of Southwark, gives a five-part series of impassioned meditations for Holy Week.
Holy Week Retreat 2010
Host - Various
In this five-part Holy Week Retreat, British priests Fr. Christopher Colven, Fr. Nicholas Schofield, Fr. Denis Sarsfield, Fr. John Saward and Fr. Marcus Holden deliver a series of impassioned meditations on the overwhelming impact of the week of redemption. Shot on location in the historic St James's Roman Catholic Church, Spanish Place, London, these English priests from around the London area present practical applications of the paschal mysteries for daily Christian living.
Holy Week Retreat With Fr. Owen Gorman
Host - Fr. Owen Gorman
In this five-part Holy Week Retreat, Fr. Owen Gorman of the Diocese of Clogher, Ireland delivers a series of impassioned meditations on the climactic events in the life of Our Lord. Shot on location in the historic “Long Tower” Church of St. Columba in Derry, Northern Ireland, Fr. Gorman presents practical implications for Christian living.
Holy Week Retreat, 2009
Host - Fr. Gary Toman
In this five-part Holy Week Retreat, Fr. Gary Toman of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ireland, delivers a series of impassioned meditations on the climactic events in the life of Our Lord. Shot on location in the historic St. Macartan’s Church in Northern Ireland, Fr. Toman presents practical applications for Christian living.
Holy Week Retreat, 2011
Host - Various
From the Cobh Cathedral on Country Cork, five Irish priests offer a series of spirited meditations on the climactic events during the life of Our Lord through Holy Week.
Hope in the Lord
Host - Fr. Benedict Groeschel
Horizon Of Being
Host - Fr. Brian Mullady
Man stands in the middle of creation, on the horizon of being, between flesh and spirit, between time and eternity.
Household of Faith
Host - Kris Franklin and Rosalind Moss
Hosts Kristine Franklin and Rosalind Moss discuss the obstacles to conversion to Catholic Church by sharing their personal stories. Each brings a different perspective – Franklin from an evangelical background and Moss from a Jewish one – and deals with their former objections to Catholic doctrine.
Household of Faith - Now That We're Catholic!
Host - Kris Franklin and Rosalind Moss
Hosts Kris Franklin, a former Fundamentalist, and Rosalind Moss, a former Evangelical, discuss their life and spirituality now that they're Catholic.
Ich bekenne (I witness)
Host - Various
Ongoing series (in German) features guests who witness to their faith: they include Robert Holy, handicapped in a skiing accident at 16, & rock singer Paddy Kelly.
Ignatian Retreat: The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola
Host - Fr. Raymond Gawronski S.J.
A retreat based on the famous Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Each episode is a day of retreat. Each day/episode explores one period in the life of Jesus-Christ. The method uses the imagination to get people closer to these periods. The retreatant asks to be given a grace connected to that period.
Im Licht des Glaubens (In the Light of Faith)
Host - Salzburg Auxiliary Bishop Andreas Laun
Salzburg Auxiliary Bishop Andreas Laun deals with various aspects of the faith, including: the relationship of Christians with the Jews, conversion and the road to holiness.
Images of Mary
Host - Fr. Alfred McBride, O. Praem.
Fr. Alfred McBride, O. Praem. gives a series of lectures from his book, Images of Mary. He covers the many different aspects of Our Lady and discusses some featured artwork of her as well.
Impulse: Kirche, Ethik & Gesellschaft (Momentum: Towards a Catholic Society)
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This series encompasses Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church, its role and contribution to today’s society. Topics reach from basic Christian social teaching on globalization to the concept of a just war.
In Persona Christi: A Retreat with Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz
Host - Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz
Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz gives a series of talks based on a retreat for priests.
In the Footsteps of St. Paul
Host - Fr. Mitch Pacwa
Fr. Mitch Pacwa takes us on a tour of the travels of St. Paul.
Inside the Bible
Host - Fr. Kenneth Baker
Fr. Kenneth Baker, S.J. presents all 72 books of the Bible in a seamless and magisterial narrative. Outlining each book, he shows how Sacred Scripture reveals God’s Mind to us: who we are; why the world is here; and what God wants us to do to reach the fullness of our humanity. He reveals how the story of Israel is also our story as individuals.
Journey Home Roundtable
Host - Various
JP II, Wegweiser an der Jahrtausendwende (A Pope’s Vision)
Host - Count Brandenstein-Zeppelin, Fr Rimmel
Count Brandenstein-Zeppelin and Father Thomas Maria Rimmel
Jubilee Year of Mercy 2016
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Lent Today
Host - Fr. Benedict Groeschel
Lenten Reflections, 2007
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Lenten Reflections, 2009
Host - Various
Lenten Reflections, 2010
Host - Various
From the Oratory of St..Jarlath’s College in Tuam, Ireland and the Holy Trinity Abbey Church of Limerick, five Irish priests and a bishop offer a series of fervent meditations on Our Lord’s journey through Lent and our own.
Lenten Reflections, 2011
Host - Various
From the Private Chapel of Arundel Castle in West Sussex Downs near the south coast of England and St. Michael’s Benedictine Abbey, Farnborough, Hampshire, six British priests offer a series of fervent meditations on the journey of spiritual renewal through Lent.
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