Category Archives: TV

Native Americans Murdered for Their Catholic Faith: The Martyrs of La Florida

“Overall, more than 2,000 Apalachees were put to death, and 86 have currently been identified as having been killed out of hatred of the Catholic faith.” –Producer/Writer Michael O’Neill Continue reading

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Encountering God With ‘Real Life Catholic’s’ Chris Stefanick

How does the average Catholic encounter God? “Real Life Catholic” Host Chris Stefanick is on a quest to find out. Join him! (Airs 11 p.m. ET, Tuesdays beginning June 6; 5:30 p.m. ET, Thursdays, and 2 a.m. ET, Sundays. Also … Continue reading

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EWTN United Kingdom Is Getting Its First Studio: Guess Where!

In May, EWTN will officially open a small studio in one of the pre-existing homes that line the village’s main thoroughfare. The three-story home will be called Annunciation House and will also serve as headquarters for several other apostolates such as the Catholic Grandparents Association and Youth 2000. Continue reading

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This Year’s Must See Film: EWTN’s ‘A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing’

Why is political discourse so bad right now? How have Christian beliefs, particularly Catholic beliefs, and those who hold them come to be reviled by so many in the secular culture? Where did political correctness, gender conflict, gender confusion — … Continue reading

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“Along the Border” Showcases Life-Changing Testimonies from Missionaries & Volunteers in Diocese of Arlington’s Bánica Mission

Miriam is a 13-year-old girl from the town of Bánica in the Dominican Republic, who was sold as a “wife” to a 40-year-old man by her own father. The reason? Her father couldn’t afford to feed his family. Andrea is … Continue reading

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EWTN Is On The Ground With Persecuted Christians In Kurdistan, Site of U.S. Bombings Against ISIS

How many journalists do you know who would travel to Kurdistan, the target of U.S. bombing, to bring the world the inside story of Christian persecution in Iraq? As this article was being written, Italian Journalist Elisabetta Valgiusti was there … Continue reading

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EWTN To Air ‘The Crusades:’ A Timely & Important Mini-Series!

When EWTN decided to produce a new docu-drama on the Crusades two years ago, most Americans had never heard of ISIS; no journalists had been beheaded in Iraq; and no Christian women and girls had been abducted or enslaved. Yet … Continue reading

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