EWTN Audio Library Series Index
Saint of the Day
Host - Diane Travis
A daily reflection on the life of a saint
Saints And Other Powerful Men
Host - Bob & Penny Lord
Bob and Penny Lord travel the world to give the Catholic world an idea of the saints of the Chruch in our day and in days past.
Saints: A Closer Look
Host - Fr. Thomas Dubay, SM
Search and Rescue
Host - Patrick Madrid
Catholic Apologist Patrick Madrid gives tips on how to bring non-Catholics into the Church and bring fallen-away Catholics back into the Church. He suggests prayers, Bible verses, and other resources that will help in all apologetical and evangelical endeavors. Evangelization should never be a Search and Destroy mission--it should be a Search and Rescue mission.
Speaking of Saints
Host - Susan Conroy
Bl. Mother Teresa of Calcutta touched the lives of countless people across the world. Series host Susan Conroy’s summer of volunteering with Mother Teresa providing aid to the destitute and dying in Calcutta led to a lasting friendship. Conroy shares inspirational stories highlighting the lessons we all can learn from Mother Teresa’s example.
Special Live Events
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Spirit of Catholic Leadership
Host - Father Robert Spitzer, S.J.
As in past years, Father Robert Spitzer, President of Gonzaga University since 1998, brings his expertise to bear on a fresh theme, this time “The Spirit of Catholic Leadership”. Fr. Spitzer has studied leaders and leadership for twenty years. He has been a consultant to many large and small companies (including Boeing, Toyota, and Costco), and given international presentations to many groups including Tony Blair’s Cabinet in London, the leadership of Costa Rica, to the Catholic and Protestant leadership in Northern Ireland, and to the Orthodox Church in Russia. This show incorporates material on how one can lead yet respond to workplace situations in a sensible and spiritual manner.
St. Faustina: Divine Mercy in Our Souls
Host - Fr. Joseph Roesch
St. Francis: Mirror Of Christ
Host - Fr. Apostoli
Fr. Andrew Apostoli provides insight to the world-wide popularity of this 800 year old saint.
St. John of the Cross: The Great Exchange
Host - Ft. Thomas Dubay
Fr. Thomas Dubay provides insight into the writings of St. John of the Cross, founder of the discalced Carmelite Order. Declared a Doctor of the Church and one of its greatest mystics, he authored many spiritual classics including "Dark Night of the Soul".
St. Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians
Host - Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. goes through the Epistle to the Ephesians, explaining the significance of each verse to Christians today.
St. Peter: Icon for Lent
Host - Archbishop Timothy Dolan
Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan of the Diocese of Milwaukee gives an impassioned 6-part meditation upon the Gospel readings for each Sunday of Lent and Holy Week as well, centering on St. Peter as a model for Christian discipleship and delineating ways of deepening our relationship with Our Lord.
St. Thomas Aquinas in Today’s world
Host - Dr. Theresa Farnan
Dr. Theresa Farnan will present a distinctive aspect of St. Thomas’s philosophy and theology, then apply his teachings to problems we face in today’s society.
St. Thomas More: Faithful Statesman
Host - Fr. C..John McCloskey and Dr. Gerard Wegemer
Fr. C..John McCloskey and Dr. Gerard Wegemer discuss the dramatic life and visit the literary works of St. Thomas More, the Patron Saint of Statesmen and politicians.
Stations of the Cross
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The Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross w/ Fr. Anthony Mary
Host - Fr. Anthony Mary
The Way of the Cross w/ meditations by His Holiness, Pope John Paul II, given on Good Friday, 2003. These stations are prayed for the repose of his soul.
Suffering and the God of Love
Host - Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J.
Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., delivers a powerful explanation of the reasons for suffering in the world, affirms the presence of an all-loving, all-powerful God, and outlines the types of responses human beings are free to make in the face of unavoidable suffering. Fr. Spitzer delineates levels of meaning and fulfillment corresponding to choices of lifestyle, leading up to the zenith of Christianity.
Sunday Night Prime
Host - Friar from the CFR w/ guests
Hosted by the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal with a unique array of guests discussing topics designed to help you grow in the spiritual life.
Super Saints
Host - Bob and Penny Lord
That They May Have Life
Host - Fr. Pablo Straub
Fr. Pablo Straub, CSSR conducts this in-depth teaching series and study on the seven sacraments, the manner in which we should live our lives in response to them, and the underlying prayer that must support our participation in each of them.
The Angelus with Mother Angelica
Host - Mother Angelica and her Sisters
Please pray the Angelus with Mother and her Sisters.
The Biblical Story of the Mass
Host - Tom Nash, Fr. Wade Menezes
Prefigured in the Old Testament and fulfilled in the New, the biblical story of the Mass spans the breadth of Scripture and beyond. What Jesus began on Calvary culminated in everlasting glory in the heavenly sanctuary, and is made present on earth every time Catholics celebrate and partake of our Eucharistic Lord in the Sacrifice of the Mass. Join Father Wade Menezes and EWTN Theology Advisor Tom Nash as they explore “The Biblical Story of the Mass.”
The Carpenter's Shop
Host - Steve Wood
A show designed to help men reach their full potential as husbands and fathers. Host Steve Wood and his guests discuss the importance of the role of the father in today’s society and families.
The Catholic Church through the Ages
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
Fr. Charles P. Connor, Ph.D., offers an historical overview of the significant events and personages contained within the first 15 centuries of the Catholic Church’s existence. Events include the Church’s founding by Christ in the first century through the Reformation and Counter Reformation in the 16th century.
The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization
Host - Prof. Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
Hosted by Prof. Thomas E. Woods, Jr., this series exposes the fact that contrary to the conventional wisdom, the Catholic Church has been responsible for the vast bulk of what we treasure in Western civilization: science, the university system, Western moral principles, law (domestic and international), economic thought, and much else besides.
The Catholic Vote - 2006
Host - Fr. Frank Pavone
Father Frank Pavone, National Director for Priests for Life, presents a six-part series on the relevance of the upcoming elections in the United States for the protection of human life. He cites several ways to get further involved in the political process.
The Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Host - Fr. Kosicki and the nuns
Fr. George Kosicki C.S.B. and the nuns of Our Lady of the Angels Monastery pray this beautiful devotion to God's Mercy
The Chaplet of St. Michael
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The Church and the Poor - A Retreat with Missionaries of the Poor
Host - Fr. Richard Ho Lung, MOP
Fr. Ho Lung, MOP of the Missionaries of the Poor leads us on a series of reflections on what the spiritual life is about.
The Comforter
Host - Fr. Apostoli
Fr. Andrew Apostoli reveals the Holy Spirit's role as comforter.
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