Doug Keck welcomes Russell Shaw to discuss his book, "American Church - The Remarkable Rise, Meteoric Fall and Uncertain Future of Catholicism in America" on the cultural assimilation of Catholics in the United States.
International Women's Day is March 8. We're joined by the March for Life President, Jeanne Monahan, and the Ethics and Public Policy Center's Mary Rice Hasson to discuss the struggles and achievements of women in 2014.
After Governor Jan Brewer vetoed Arizona's Right-to-Refuse bill, the media portrayed the story in different ways. Is it discriminatory? Is it about religious freedom? We're joined by The Federalist's Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway to discuss.
ELAYNE BENNETT, founder and director of the Best Friends Foundation and author of the new book, Daughters In Danger: Helping Our Girls Thrive in Today's Culture, on the hazards that are out there for today's girls and young women and what can be … [More]
HEADLINE NEWS OF THE WEEK, PLUS: CHRIS SMITH, US Congressman from New Jersey and member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, on the crisis situation between Russia and Ukraine and the latest US response. ELAYNE BENNETT, founder and director of … [More]
We continue our "Saints for Today" Series leading up to the canonizations of Blessed Pope John Paul II and Blessed Pope John XXIII. Reporter Jason Calvi interviews seminarians and religious sisters who were directly inspired by these soon-to-be … [More]
Congressman Jeff Fortenberry (R Nebraska) talks about the status of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the role of the Ukraine as a "lynchpin" between East and West, and an upcoming Supreme Court case that deals with religious freedom. (Air date: 2/26/14)
Bishop Camillo Ballin joins Fr. Mitch to talk about the Church in the Middle East and plans for a new cathedral for the vicariate's new Episcopal seat in Bahrain which will be dedicated to Our Lady Of Arabia.
In tonight's program, we'll show you how Pope Francis celebrated Ash Wednesday today. And have you ever wondered how those ashes are made? Reporter Jason Calvi explores the process. We're also joined by the President of the March for Life, Jeanne … [More]
In this program, we speak with a Catholic priest on the ground in Kiev. He gives us insight as to what it's like in Ukraine as the political unrest continues. We're also joined by Mother Dolores Hart, a Hollywood actress turned nun. As a voting … [More]
Doug Keck welcomes author Phil Lawler to discuss his book "A Call to Serve: Pope Francis and the Catholic Future", which introduces readers to the Pope, his thoughts, spirituality and the challenges he faces.
Pope Francis creates 19 new cardinals, many them from the southern hemisphere and the poorest of countries. A few of them tell us what it feels like to be a cardinal. Also, we get a look behind closed doors at preparations for this year's synod on … [More]
ONLINE ONLY The extend full interview with DEAN KOONTZ, New York Times bestselling novelist, on his latest work, Innocence, his process of writing and creating memorable characters, and the role of faith in his life and work.
Fr. Mark and Doug welcome teachers Andrew Niewald, Joe Holdren and Luke Eilert of St. John's Catholic High School in Beloit, Kansas, where the promotion of the students' "Catholic identity" is their number one priority.
HEADLINE NEWS OF THE WEEK, PLUS: DEAN KOONTZ, New York Times bestselling novelist on his latest work, Innocence, his process of writing and creating memorable characters, and the role of faith in his life and work. BILL DONOHUE, president of The … [More]
With the election of the new cardinals, the new Vatican office, and a recent appearance from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, we're joined by Maureen Ferguson from The Catholic Association, and Dr. Melissa Moschella from Catholic University of America, … [More]
EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell: we discuss a controversial bill in Arizona with Alliance Defending Freedom's Kellie Fiedorek, the newest cardinals with The Catholic Association's Maureen Ferguson and The Catholic University of … [More]
The widely-used social media platform, Facebook, is now offering over 50 gender options. We discuss gender, social media, and what this all means with Ashley McGuire, Senior Fellow at The Catholic Association. Air Date: 2/18/14