FR. BRIAN MULLADY, OP
Why is modern psychology often problematic for Catholics? Fr. Mitch invites Fr. Brian Mullady to discuss. They look at how Church teachings and Sacred writings show the true nature of a healthy, Christian emotional life.
JOHN LAWRENCE HILL, PH.D, J.D.
Professor and philospher John Lawrence Hill talks to Fr. Mitch about how a commitment to human rights and human dignity requires a commitment to a natural law tradition, which ultimately leads to a belief in God.
Tim Glemkowski, Executive Director for the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress, joins Fr. Mitch, to discuss how to bring about a national and personal revival of belief in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
FR. GEORGE ELLIOTT & STACY TRANSANCOS, PH. D.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Dr. Stacy Trasancos and Fr. George Elliot to talk about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. They make their observations based on Scripture, Catholic tradition, and scientific investigation.
DR. STEPHEN MIRARCHI
Stephen Mirarchi discusses the work of author and screenwriter, Myles Connolly with Fr. Mitch. Connolly had a talent for weaving Catholic virtues into the storylines of his captivating screenplays and novels.
FATHER DEACON DANIEL GALADZA
Fr. Miitch welcomes Deacon Daniel Galadza to discuss the saintly life and work of Venerable Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky, a man of deep prayer who used his personal wealth to fund thousands of philanthropic projects.
DR. STEVEN CHRISTIE, MD, JD
Today’s guest, Dr. Steven Christie, provides compelling and succinct ways to persuasively speak up for the unborn, and counter every pro-choice argument based on science, the law, reason, social justice and morality.
FR. GERALD MURRAY
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Gerald Murray to discuss the storm of doctrinal confusion and worldliness in the Church, and how to calmly navigate through the crises with confidence in God’s unfailing providence.
DEACON HAROLD BURKE-SIVERS
The deacon’s role is a critically important one in the Church. Today, Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers offers spiritual and practical support for those fulfilling their vows and serving God with determination, faith and vision.
MSGR. KIERAN HARRINGTON
Guest host, Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe speaks with Msgr. Kieran Harrington about the life and work of Venerable Pauline Jaricot, who will soon be beatified. A new documentary about her life will premiere in April on EWTN.
DR. RICHARD MELOCHE
The Alcuin Institute for Catholic Culture cultivates a Catholic renaissance in education through primary texts and the Great Books. Dr. Richard Meloche explains how they foster genuine Catholic life and friendships.
Rod Bennett offers a fascinating look at the 12 Apostles. What was it like to be chosen? Were they really necessary to Jesus’ mission? How did they comprehend their calling, and how did it change them on the inside?
You've heard the term "Doctors of the Church," but do you know what it took to become part of this exclusive club? Dr. Matthew Bunson explains who the 37 Doctors are and what goes into making his TV series about them.
FR. CARLOS MARTINS
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Carlos Martins, from Treasures of the Church ministry, to discuss how God uses sacred relics from the saints to work healing and miracles, drawing our attention to them as “models and intercessors.”
Jim Bertrand from the American Confraternity of the Holy Shroud joins Fr. Mitch Pacwa for a fascinating discussion on the Shroud of Turin. They explore the authenticity and scientific facts behind the burial cloth of Jesus.