EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH
An inspirational episode dedicated to our Faith Journey series. The stories of Catholics who credit their faith and trust in Jesus with helping them overcome sickness, heartache and fear.
The U.S. bishops elect new conference leadership.
The U.S. bishops elect new conference leadership. What it means for the American Church and the focus of the nation’s pastors. Plus, A Catholic’s guide to tithing, and how to find purpose and encouragement when caring for loved ones who are elderly or ill.
Report and analysis of the ongoing 2022 Midterm Election
Report and analysis of the ongoing 2022 Midterm Election result tallies from the Catholic perspective with discussion on the outcome of state-level ballot initiatives on abortion. Plus, the Church celebrates National Vocation Awareness Week: how young women answered the call to the convent.
How seminaries in the U.S. screen potential priests, two decades after abuse allegations out of Boston rocked the Church.
How seminaries in the U.S. screen potential priests, two decades after abuse allegations out of Boston rocked the Church. The role religion could play in the upcoming midterm elections. Plus, a look at the small but fervent Christian community in the United Arab Emirates.
As the Catechism reaches its 30th anniversary, we look at its history and how it can help Catholics engage with their faith.
As the Catechism reaches its 30th anniversary, we look at its history and how it can help Catholics engage with their faith. Exploring the battleground states in the governors’ races and major ballot initiatives. Plus, the story of music legend Dion DiMucci and how he rediscovered God.
A post-Roe America gears up for its first election: how the Catholic vote could shift Congressional races.
A post-Roe America gears up for its first election: how the Catholic vote could shift Congressional races. And the targeting of pregnancy centers and pro-life ministries: how some politicians are trying to shut down these life-saving organizations. Plus, a look at a hyper-realistic piece of art inspired by the Shroud of Turin.
The Second Vatican Council reaches its 60th anniversary.
The Second Vatican Council reaches its 60th anniversary. Our reporters and expert panelists analyze its mission, its history, and its impact on the Universal Church. Plus, the need-to-know for the Supreme Court’s new session: what cases Catholics should follow.
Results from the first phase of the Synod on Synodality
Results from the first phase of the Synod on Synodality are in: concerns about a lack of representation in Europe and a U.S. report. What the pro-life fight looks like across Asia. Plus, the challenges Catholic caregivers face in helping patients with leprosy in Africa.
Startling reports show church attendance dropped severely during the pandemic and has not recovered.
An initiative launched in Los Angeles is aimed at bringing Catholics home. Plus, the sacrifices and work of Mother Teresa on the big screen: a behind-the-scenes preview of an upcoming movie depicting her saintly life.
Abortion as a global issue.
Abortion as a global issue. The News In Depth team discusses pro life efforts in Africa. And an insightful interview on the psychology of priest abuse: why it happens and how the Church can better protect children. Plus, a royal farewell: images and remarks from the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
As Latin America moves away from its Catholic roots and grows more secular.
As Latin America moves away from its Catholic roots and grows more secular, we unpack recent abortion legislation in three countries. A look at Pope Francis’ first visit to Kazakhstan. And uncovering the faith of Queen Elizabeth II, her role as Supreme Head of the Church of England, and her relationship with Catholicism.
Remembering royalty: a look back at the 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II and her encounters with five popes.
Remembering royalty: a look back at the 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II and her encounters with five popes. Our expert panel discusses what is next for the pro-life movement in a post-Roe world. Plus, what the Church believes about incremental abortion bans, and a preview of the pope’s participation in a global religious summit in Kazakhstan.
Extraordinary Consistory & the College of Cardinals
The changing face of the College of Cardinals and continual reform of the Curia as Pope Francis holds consistories at the Vatican. Plus, priests and the laity alike are distressed as the last Traditional Latin Masses are held in some parishes, in the wake of Pope Francis’ limits on the old rite. And, a behind the scenes look at Andrea Bocelli’s concert to benefit the victims of the war in Ukraine.
A look at how Afghan refugees are resettling in the United States one year after the Taliban regained control of their home country
A look at how Afghan refugees are resettling in the United States one year after the Taliban regained control of their home country. Expert analysis on the latest religious freedom violations in Nicaragua and the recent arrest of a bishop. Plus, the inspiring story of a religious sister who felt called by God to leave her home in war-torn Iraq to start a new community in Boston.
Class is in session
Class is in session. We break down the report card on school choice programs and Catholic school enrollment across the nation ahead of a new academic year. Plus, a program that gives teachers the tools to pass on the faith, and a new book that teaches children the joy of religious life.