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Priests’ Request That EWTN Viewers Send Flowers To Our Lady Blesses Local Florists Who Praise & Thank EWTN’s Viewers

Near the end of his Mother’s Day homily on Sunday, May 10, Fr. Joseph asked EWTN viewers to send flowers to Our Lady during the month of May. However, there was a catch. Each flower had to represent one rosary. … Continue reading

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Another Black Legend Dispelled: The ‘Reformation’ Airs This Week On EWTN

If you were brought up to believe that your father was a corrupt businessman, a thief, or a murderer, would it matter to you, maybe even change your life, if you later discovered that, far from being any of these … Continue reading

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EWTN’s Divine Mercy Programming Includes Live Novena to the Divine Mercy in Time of Pandemic

Beginning Easter Sunday, EWTN Global Catholic Network will broadcast a live “Novena to the Divine Mercy in Time of Pandemic.” The novena will air shortly after the conclusion of the live Daily Mass, which airs at 8 a.m. ET. (The … Continue reading

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Make The Most of Holy Week With These EWTN Specials

In addition to the beautiful Palm Sunday Masses and live Adoration EWTN offers this week (bit.ly/EWTNHolyWeek), we want to call your attention to just a few of the specials we’ll be offering you during this prelude to the Triduum (Holy … Continue reading

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‘Hope: Our Lady of Knock’ – Original Docudrama – Premieres March 18 on EWTN

Many Catholics have never heard of the apparition in Knock, Ireland. The apparition is extraordinarily difficult to film. So why in the world did Campbell Miller, Writer/Producer/Director of EWTN’s new blockbuster film, “Hope: Our Lady of Knock,” choose to dramatize … Continue reading

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EWTN Presents ‘Fatal Flaws: Legalizing Assisted Death’

Are laws allowing euthanasia & assisted suicide leading society down a dangerous path? That is the question that Filmmaker Kevin Dunn asks in the incredible new documentary, “Fatal Flaws – Legalizing Assisted Death,” (DunnMedia and Euthanasia Prevention Coalition) which premieres … Continue reading

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Teresa of the Andes: Saint of Joy, Patron of Young People

St. Teresa of the Andes lived only 19 years and spent a scant 11 months in a Carmelite monastery. However, on March 21, 1993, Pope John Paul II canonized this young woman, making her the first Chilean saint and the … Continue reading

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Defending Victims Of ISIS Genocide in the Middle East

It was only a few years ago that American television screens were filled with images of ISIS terrorists beheading, crucifying, and setting Christians ablaze for their faith. Do you remember? It was only a few years ago that ISIS terrorists … Continue reading

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‘Faith on the Frontier:’ Winning the West for God

It’s hard to imagine an American alive who hasn’t seen a movie or TV show about life on the American frontier. We’re all familiar with legendary frontiersmen such as Lewis and Clark, Daniel Boone, and Davy Crockett. But outside of … Continue reading

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How To Combat The New ‘Dark Ages’ Which Threatens To Consume Us

“The first barbarians believed in marriage, believed men and women were different, believed in God, believed God should be worshiped. … The new barbarians don’t hold to any of those principles. Therefore, we can say in all legitimacy, that we are entering a new Dark Ages.” Continue reading

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