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‘They Might Be Saints,’ an EWTN Original Docudrama, Premieres This Week on EWTN

Considering the state of the world today, it might surprise you to learn that the Catholic Church in the U.S. is currently considering the canonization causes for as many as 100 people, who have been declared a Servant of God, … Continue reading

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Set Your Hearts on Fire: Join EWTN in Celebrating God’s Redeeming Love and Mercy

  Most Catholics are familiar with St. John Vianney, patron of parish priests. But few know that the future saint deserted the Napoleonic armies to become a seminarian. He never imagined that this act would lead to the death of … Continue reading

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The Story Behind The Filming Of “I Can Only Imagine”

“This story, if you’ll let it, will change you. It certainly changed us.” So says Jon Erwin, who with his brother Andy, directed a blockbuster movie that tells the story of Bart Millard of Mercy Me, who wrote “I Can … Continue reading

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Building the Body of Christ in Nigeria, One Woman at a Time

Can a group of Catholic women save 186 million Nigerians from the horrors of Planned Parenthood’s abortion mills and the heartache caused by same-sex marriage – especially when it’s not their primary mission? According to Nwanneka Cecelia Okolo, National President … Continue reading

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Three Things You Can Do To Help Your Departed Loved Ones, And One To Ask A Priest To Do For the Dying

November is the month when the Church Militant prays for the Church Suffering, meaning the Holy Souls in Purgatory. Most of us submit the names of loved ones to our parish or a Mass society to be remembered during this month. … Continue reading

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EWTN Exclusive: Don’t Miss the U.S. Concert Of the World-Renowned Sistine Chapel Choir

EWTN’s viewers are cordially invited to what may legitimately be called the most historic music concert to hit U.S. soil in decades! In September 2017, for the first time in more than 30 years, the Sistine Chapel Choir traveled to … Continue reading

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EWTN’s “Called and Chosen – Fr. Vincent R. Capodanno” Showcases Military Chaplain’s Heroics On and Off the Battlefield

In these days when the world is in so much need of real heroes, Father Vincent R. Capodanno stands out as a man of God, who is worthy of emulation. If you want your teenagers to understand what it means … Continue reading

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