EWTN Proudly Presents The World Television Premiere Of Fr. Robert Barron’s ‘Catholicism: The New Evangelization’ Documentary is Preceded By a Special ‘EWTN Live’ featuring Fr. Barron
Irondale, AL (EWTN) – When someone tells you the Catholic Church’s stance on abortion, homosexuality or euthanasia is wrong, when someone makes fun of your religion, when someone mocks a religious practice you hold dear, how do you respond? How should you respond? Can you really challenge someone’s deeply held beliefs or will you just make them mad? These questions are at the heart of an intelligent and engaging new documentary by Father Robert Barron entitled, “Catholicism: The New Evangelization.” (Not to be confused with Father’s popular 10-part epic, “Catholicism.”)
Most Catholics have heard of “the New Evangelization.” But few actually know what it means, how to do it effectively, or why it’s so critical. Get the answers you want and need when this program premieres at 9:30 p.m. ET, Wednesday, Dec. 18 – exclusively on EWTN. The program will encore at 1 p.m. ET, Saturday, Dec. 21. (Find EWTN at www.ewtn.com/channelfinder.)
Travel around the world in 90-minutes, beginning in Melbourne, Australia, and meet many people who are engaging our increasingly secular culture the right way; that is, they are not just making people mad, they are actually changing hearts and minds and making a difference. Learn how they do it and how you can too!
The documentary is preceded by a special “EWTN Live” with special guest, Fr. Barron. The program airs at 8 p.m. ET, Wednesday, Dec. 18.
You will want to enjoy this program, a not-to-be-missed EWTN Event, again and again. Watch it, learn from it, and then purchase it from EWTN Religious Catalogue at http://bit.ly/1kgbZ3Q, so you can share it with family and friends – it’s that good!
Also look for Fr. Barron to be the keynote speaker, along with Father Larry Richards and Father Timothy Gallagher, at EWTN’s Family Celebration Aug. 16-17 in Birmingham, Ala.
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