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.
Author and journalist Mike Aquilina has written more than 50 books on Catholic history, doctrine and devotion. He and Fr. Mitch discuss the contributions of early African saints, martyrs and writers to Christianity.
Fr. Mitch welcomes author, lawyer and consultant, Monika Jablonska, to discuss the lessons we can learn about liberty from St. John Paul II, and why his legacy and portions of his Magisterium are under attack today.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Karl Schultz to discuss ways to continue to encourage Catholics about the importance of biblical literacy, and how all aspects of the faith are deeply rooted in God's Holy Word.
BISHOP ERIK VARDEN, OSCO
Fr. Mitch welcomes Bishop Erik Varden of the Diocese of Trondheim in Norway to discuss his ministry as a Bishop and the many ways he shepherds his flock, including online, through his website, Coram Fratribus.
John Bursch gives an insightful analysis of modern culture's embrace of gender ideology, and explains how the Church teaches everything we need to know about human sexuality and our identity as sons and daughters of God.
DR. PETER KILPATRICK
Fr. Mitch welcomes Catholic University of America President, Dr. Peter Kilpatrick to discuss the role and direction of Catholic higher education, and the changes he sees taking place on college campuses today.
JOHN HENRY CROSBY
John Henry Crosby previews the first published selection of essays by Catholic philosopher, Alice von Hildebrand, highlighting her sparkling wit and poignant analysis of topics like friendship, truth and faithfulness.
FR. BRYCE LUNGREN
Fr. Mitch welcomes Fr. Bryce Lungren who seeks to help cowboys practice the Catholic Faith, and Catholics discover their inner cowboy through determination and perseverance to become the person God created them to be.
DANIEL J MAHONEY
An interview with Daniel J. Mahoney on the spiritual heroism of Venerable Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty, who stood firmly on his faith and embraced the Cross amid beatings, imprisonment and torture during the Cold War era.
CAMPBELL MILLER AND AIDAN GALLAGHER
Aidan Gallagher and Campbell Miller discuss how English and Irish Catholics maintained their faith in the midst of murderous persecution during the late 17th and early 18th centuries, and the lessons for us today.
DR. GILBERT LAVOIE
Gilbert Lavoie discusses the scientific findings of his recent study of the Shroud of Turin, and how they reveal new insights into the Gospel of John, and his account of Christ’s Passion, Death and Resurrection.
DANIELA GERRIERI, FABIO CARINI, AND CHRISTINE WOHAR
Fr. Mitch welcomes the producer and director behind the new EWTN movie, To The Top. Daniela Gurrieri & Fabio Carini, along with author Christine Wohar, discuss the life and witness of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati.
FR. BRIAN MULLADY, OP
Fr. Brian Mullady joins Fr. Mitch to explain how the Church is called to help form the culture by refuting relativism, and to establish the truths of the Church regarding man’s intellect, his will and his passions.
Author and journalist, Peggy Stanton, discusses her career at ABC-TV, as the first female news correspondent in Washington, D.C., and her unexpected conversion from “a cultural Catholic to a committed Catholic.”
Author and apologist, Karlo Broussard discusses the new relativism hiding behind today’s ”woke” moralists, and how following God’s directives leads us into a life and world of moral and intellectual objective truth.
Bill Donohue, from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, explains how the abandonment of religious virtues and traditional values is creating a moral holocaust, replacing what made our country great.
FR. JOHN TRIGILIO, STD & FR. KEN BRIGHENTI
Fr. John Trigilio and Fr. Kenneth Brighenti discuss their series of quick hitting Catholic Q & A, Catholic Blitz, which delivers easily consumable answers to questions of faith in under a minute for people on the go.
Author and historian, Michael Hesemann, joins Fr. Mitch to talk about Venerable Pope Pius XII, his efforts to save the Jews before and during World War II, and why the negative public image of him still persists.
FR. SEBASTIAN WALSHE, O. PRAEM.
Fr. Sebastian Walshe joins Fr. Mitch to discuss how the depth of the Beatitudes goes far beyond a sweet little list memorized in Sunday School. They are essentially the heart of the Gospel and a roadmap to happiness.
The life and witness of Cardinal Francis George, who was ordained a priest, consecrated Archbishop of Chicago and made a Prince of the Church. 8 years after his death he remains a model for discipleship and leadership.
MOTHER ANGELICA'S 100TH BIRTHDAY SPECIAL
In a special EWTN Live tribute, Father Mitch takes your phone calls and welcomes special guests to the show to share their fond remembrances of the late Mother Angelia, who would have turned 100 on April 20th.
Catholic philosopher, Dr. Edward Feser, joins Fr. Mitch to discuss the Church’s clear and consistent teaching against racism, and the threat that critical race theory poses in fomenting class envy and racial hatred.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Paul Kengor to discuss the life and conversion of Bella Dodd, a member of the Communist party who tried to destroy the Catholic Church from within by filling seminaries with Communist sympathizers.
QUENTIN VAN METER, MD
The President of the American College of Pediatricians, Dr. Quentin Van Meter, joins Fr. Mitch to discuss the dangers inherent in the current medical and public policy approaches to children with gender identity issues.
FR. MICHAEL GIESLER, STD
Fr. Mitch and Fr. Michael Giesler discuss what it means to be “God’s fellow workers” as written in Corinthians. Our mission to spread the Gospel requires us to be co-redeemers with Christ for the sake of the human race.
Fr. Mitch welcomes filmmaker, speaker and radio show host, Donald J. Johnson to discuss how the infamous principle of sola scriptura, AKA the “Bible alone,” created 500 years of doctrinal chaos and sectarian division.
FR. JEAN MAROUN EL HELOU
In this one-on-one with Fr. Mitch, Fr. Jean Maroon Helou of St. Elias Maronite Church explains what drives their community to immigrate around the world, and the effect it has had on their close-knit Christian culture.
Scott Weeman, founder of the Catholic In Recovery ministry, talks to Fr. Mitch about how he found healing from addiction and new life through the 12-step program and the sacramental mercy provided by the Catholic Church.
Fr. Mitch welcomes author Joseph Pearce to talk about twelve of the most important books ever written, and how each work left its mark on the civilized world.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Chad McEachern, President and CEO of Edmundite Missions, to discuss how the Edmundites share the love of Christ as they meet the ever-changing needs of those in extreme poverty in the deep south.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Marlene Watkins, Foundress of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospitality North American Volunteers to discuss the healings of body, mind and spirit that take place every day at Our Lady’s Grotto in Lourdes, France.
ALEX JONES AND ALESSANDRO DISANTO
Hallow is a simple, easy-to-use mobile app that helps people foster a prayer relationship with God. Meet the co-founders of what has quickly become the most downloaded Catholic app for guided prayer and meditation.
LOUIS BROWN, JR.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Louis Brown, Jr. to discuss religious freedom for medical professionals and their patients, including a health care community that offers pro-life health care and wellness, spiritual care and prayer.
What does it mean to “be holy?” Fr. Mitch and Dr. Scott Hahn trace the meaning of holiness through the Scriptures and reveal how God transmits His holiness to His people, transforming us in the sharing of His divine life.
BISHOP ROBERT BAKER
Whenever we’re in despair, it’s important to remember that we are not alone. The Rev. Robert J. Baker explains how prayers of desperation can usher us through the fog and turmoil of unplanned or unwanted situations.
EWTN LIVE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 2022, pt. 2
Over 200 inmates and guests join Fr. Mitch for this EWTN Live Christmas presentation from the state prison in Beaumont, Texas. Attend Mass in the prison chapel, and hear an incredible concert of sacred songs and carols.
EWTN LIVE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 2022, pt. 1
In this EWTN Live special Christmas presentation, Fr. Mitch heads to the maximum security state prison in Beaumont, Texas to talk one-on-one with inmates about how salvation, peace and beauty can even be found in prison.
Cristofer Pereyra talks about the Tepeyac Leadership Initiative’s work to equip lay Catholic professionals to be virtuous leaders, support the mission of the Church, and influence the culture by serving the common good.
DR. JOSEPH HOLLCRAFT
Father Mitch welcomes Dr. Joseph Hollcraft to discuss the call to the priesthood and how to help candidates for Holy Orders in their discernment process through integral formation in philosophy, theology and prayer.
DEACON DENNIS LAMBERT
More than 1/3 of all Catholics who attend Mass regularly don’t believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Deacon Dennis Lambert talks about what causes this lack of understanding and how to bridge the gap.
MONSIGNOR SLAWOMIR ODER
Fr. Mitch welcomes Monsignor Slawomir Oder of Poland, postulator of St. John Paul II’s cause for canonization. Together, they discuss the case for Beatification of the pontiff’s parents, Emilia and Karol Wojtyla, Sr.
EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo has written another wonderful children’s book, “The Wise Men Who Found Christmas.” He tells Fr. Mitch the facts behind the fables about how they found, worshipped and protected the infant Jesus.
FR. JEFFREY KIRBY, STD
Fr. Jeffrey Kirby discusses confrontational issues of the day with Fr. Mitch. In times like these, we desperately need Christ’s wisdom and the Church’s guidance to discern and interpret how to live our Christian life.
FR. ROBERT NIXON, OSB
Fr. Robert Nixon reveals his efforts to ‘resurrect’ the writings of various saints of the Church and other holy people by making books which have been out of print or unpublished in English available to modern readers.
DR. ANTHONY RIZZI
Guest Dr. Anthony Rizzi explains how the embrace of scientism has made the core principles America was founded upon less accessible. Rizzi believes our Founding Fathers would be appalled at the chaos that has developed.