EWTN Audio Library Series Index
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.
The Crux of the Matter
Host - Fr. Wade Menezes, CPM (Fathers of Mercy)
Fr. Wade succintly gets to the Crux of the matter, generously sowing the seeds of Our Lord's teachings on the path of life.
The Family Hearth
Host - Brother Bob Fishman
In this series Brother Bob Fishman shares his Jewish roots in oral tradition to make Bible stories and teaching come alive. Gather your loved ones around and enjoy time by The Family Hearth.
The Glory Of The Papacy
Host - Dr. Timothy O'Donnell
Dr. Timothy O'Donnell teaches about the lives of some of the great popes and the turbulent historical periods in which they lived.
The Good Fight
Host - Barbara McGuigan
The Gospel of John
Host - Prof. Tim Gray et al.
Professor Tim Gray and 5 young adults of the FOCUS group, discuss in the 30 mins. show the writings in the Gospel of John. Explaining all the signs and symbolisms.
The Gospel of Life in Healthcare
Host - Fr. Stephen Torraco
The Gospel of Life vs. The Culture of Death
Host - Fr. Wade Menezes, C.P.M. from The Fathers of Mercy
Fr. Wade Menezes, CPM, will address the important questions with concrete examples of how to live the gospel message of life, love, and joy in a society that seeks to devalue the mystery of God's creation.
The Gospel of Matthew "The King and His Kingdom"
Host - Dr. Tim Grey and 4 students from the Augustine
Professor Tim Grey and 4 students from the Augustine discuses the first Gospel in the new Testament: St. Matthew’s. We’ll learn the genealogy of Jesus, the meaning of His parables, and his message of love.
The Great Heresies
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
In the series, The Great Heresies, Fr. Charles Connor of the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania examines how the Catholic Church has handled issues of heresy throughout its history, thereby providing a clarified understanding of the deposit of faith.
The History of the Catholic Church in the U.S.
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
The Holy Rosary with Mother Angelica and the Nuns of Our Lady of the Angels Monastery
Host - Mother Angelica and her sisters
The Holy Spirit at Work in the Church
Host - Fr. Andrew Apostoli
Join Fr. Andrew Apostoli, CFR, for an enlightening study of the hidden workings of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Church. Often called the “forgotten God,” the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity is revealed to be the “Soul of the Church.” Just as the Spirit is the bond of love between the Father and the Son, he shows himself to be the bond of unity between God and the Church, and among all mankind. Anyone striving for holiness will benefit from a closer look at the Sanctifier and Comforter, the Spirit who leads us into the depths of God’s love for us and into the fullness of truth. Anyone desiring deeper intimacy in relationship with Our Lord will find in the Spirit a ready guide. Fr. Apostoli illuminates the many mysterious ways in which the Paraclete promised by Christ leads to purposeful action and more effective ministry, directing the faithful in ways most pleasing to Our Lord.
The Journey Home
Host - Marcus Grodi
Why are so many people, from fallen away Catholics to individuals from other denominations, being drawn home to the Catholic Church? Host Marcus Grodi and his special guests discuss their personal conversion stories.
The Last Things: In Time and Eternity
Host - Colin Donovan and Desmond Birch
The Letters of St. Thérèse
Host - Fr. Jacques Daley
The letters of St. Thérèse reflect her very human struggle to live out the vocation of love to which God called her. With great warmth and sensitivity, host Fr. Jacques Daley delves into these epistles of spiritual direction, spiritual teaching, and spiritual friendship.
The Little Flower
Host - Fr. Jacques Daley
This series hosted by Fr. Jacques Daley, O.S.B. teaches us about one of the most popular saints of the Church, Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Flower. Saint Thérèse is a beautiful example of how we are all called to be saints.
The Major Religious Orders of Men
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
In the series, The Major Religious Orders of Men, Fr. Charles Connor examines the historical development of the major religious orders of men in the Catholic Church.
The Military Orders and the Crusades
Host - James and Joanna Bogle
The Crusades are often a misrepresented and misunderstood part of the history of the Church. James and Joanna Bogle reveal the compelling truth behind the crusades, investigating their causes and history. They also explain how various military orders were established to protect Christian interests in Europe and the Holy Land from invading Muslims after the first crusade.
The Priesthood of Jesus Christ
Host - Fr. Frederick Miller
Father Frederick Miller discusses the priesthood through the ages- from Old Testament times to the modern day. Father Miller looks at the priesthood as seen in the Bible, early Christian literature, and even the documents of Vatican II. Also included is an examination of the priestly character, the mission of the priest, the priesthood of the faithful, and much more!
The Pure Life
Host - Jason and Crystalina Evert
Jason and Crystalina Evert, known speakers on chastity among the younger set, pull no punches as they call us to be holy as He, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is holy.
In this series, they explore the beauty of the Church’s teachings on sexuality. Along with 10 solid Catholic teens, they take us through difficult, daily situations in a culture that promotes worldly values, influences, and priorities as opposed to a lifestyle of faith, fortitude, and virtue. In their customary direct style of speaking, and through the writings of Pope John Paul II and the example of Our Blessed Mother and the saints, Jason and Crystalina demonstrate that it is not impossible to change anything in the world, or, in ourselves.
The Quest for Shakespeare
Host - Joseph Pearce
A scholarly exploration of the evidence for Shakespeare’s Catholicism hosted by Joseph Pearce and brought to life by professional actors. Shakespeare is arguably the greatest writer whoever lived yet few people know that he was a believing Catholic at a time of intense anti-Catholic persecution. This series follows the Quest for Shakespeare, discovering the evidence for his Catholicism. Once the evidence is discovered and presented, in these thirteen episodes, it will be seen that his Catholicism can be proven beyond all reasonable doubt.
The Rosary in the Holy Land
Host - Fr. Mitch Pacwa
Join Fr. Mitch Pacwa in this Rosary tour of the Holy Land
The Sacraments Through the Ages
Host - Fr. Charles Connor
The Scriptural Rosary
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The Holy Rosary with readings from Sacred Scripture
The Seeds of Abraham
Host - Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
The Spiritual Legacy of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Host - Fr. Charles Connor, Ph.D.
Fr. Charles Connor, Ph.D., shares the immense spiritual patrimony bestowed on the Church through the writings of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. Connor thematically explores the Archbishop’s works on the Eternal Father, the Incarnate Son of God, temptation and sin, the Sacrament of Confession and the nature of conversion, along the way revealing particularly memorable details of Sheen’s life and the discussing the status of Sheen’s cause for canonization. This series constitutes Season One of Two on this topic.
The Ten Commandments of Catholic Family Life
Host - Fr. Wade Menezes, CPM
The purpose of this series is to guide Catholic Christian husbands and fathers, wives and mothers, children and Teens to live a more solidly catholic and virtuous life according to their duties of state as found within the context of the family unit
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