Every Wednesday night, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, interviews various guests seeking to teach and prepare us for evangelism. Learn more about your faith and reawaken your desire to bring others to the Church.
2022-01-26 - Professor O. Carter Snead
Fr. Mitch welcomes University of Notre Dame Professor O. Carter Snead, author of “What It Means to Be Human” for a spirited discussion on the Church’s teaching on human embryonic research and other areas of life.
2022-01-19 - Terry Polakovic
In numerous documents, the Church has consistently defended life, love, marriage and family, putting her teaching in writing for the world to see and study. Terry Polakovic joins Fr. Mitch for this enlightening session.
2022-01-12 - Venerable Jérôme Lejeune, Catholic Scientist
Fr. Mitch explores the fascinating life and work of pediatrician and geneticist, Dr. Jérôme Lejeune, recently named Venerable by Pope Francis. He discovered the cause for Down syndrome and other genetic abnormalities.
2022-01-05 - The Evil of Human Trafficking
It’s one of the world’s most intractable problems. Fr. Mitch welcomes Deb O’Hara-Rusckowski to discuss the scourge of human trafficking, how to identify its victims and the actions Catholics can take to end this tragedy.
2021-12-29 - Reflections of 2021
As 2021 comes to a close, Fr. Mitch looks back at some of the highlights of EWTN Live shows over the past year. Hear all about his favorite topics and most interesting guests in this entertaining “best of” episode.
2021-12-22 - Martin Rothweiler and Robert Rauhut
Learn all about Christms traditions, foods and favorite carols as Fr. Mitch welcomes two members of EWTN Germany. Martin Rothweiler and Robert Rauhut provide a window into what Christmas is like in their country.
2021-12-15 - Princess Maria-Anna Galitzine and Diane Schwind
Fr. Mitch welcomes Princess Maria-Anna Galitzine and Diane Schwind to discuss the life and beatification cause of Empress Zita of Austria, Queen of Hungary. She was declared a Servant of God by Pope Benedict XVI.
2021-12-08 - Modern Legion for the Holy Souls
Fr. Mitch welcomes Martine Courvoisier and Fr. Paul Denizot to discuss the charism of prayer at the Shrine of Montligeon in France. This charism for the Holy Souls in Purgatory gives people hope in the face of death.
2021-12-01 - Mike Aquilina
Mike Aquilina is a popular author who writes extensively on Church history, especially the early Church Fathers. He joins Fr. Mitch to talk about the importance of friendship as the most effective means of evangelization.
2021-11-24 - To Africa for the World: Our Lady of Kibeho
Fr. Mitch welcomes author Immaculée Ilibagiza to discuss the Marian apparitions that occurred in Rwanda in the 1980’s. Known as Our Lady of Kibeho, the Virgin Mary’s message foretold the tragic genocide that would follow.
2021-11-17 - Religious Liberty or Death-Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. with Dr. Francis Beckwith
Fr. Mitch welcomes Dr. Francis Beckwith, Professor of Philosophy and Church-State Studies at Baylor, to talk about standing up for your faith, especially on legal and political issues that affect our religious liberty.
2021-11-10-What Every Catholic Should Know About Literature - Joseph Pearce
Joseph Pearce reveals how studying Classic literature can help Catholics grow in their faith life. Hosted by Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
2021-11-03 - Politicizing the Bible - Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. with Dr. Benjamin Wiker
Dr. Ben Wiker discusses how Biblical interpretations have become secularized over time, and how Catholics can revive the tradition of Sacred Scripture. Hosted by Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
2021-10-27 - Christopher J. Malloy, Ph. D.
Dr. Christopher Malloy and Fr. Mitch Pacwa discuss how "False Mercy" lies at the root of all modern-day heresies, and how Catholics can combat these fallacies with the fullness of truth.