A program featuring powerful discussions and insights on the faith from the EWTN Studios in Walsingham, England.
FR. ELIAS LEYDS
At the National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, Kevin Turley conducts an intimate interview with Fr. Elias Leyds, a member of the Community of St. John and a founder of EWTN in the Low Countries of Europe.
CHIARA VAN VOORST & EMMA LINDLE
Chiara van Voorst, the founder of Pure Womanhood in the Netherlands, speaks with her friend Emma Lindle about the importance of a personal relationship with Our Lord and the challenges of faith in the modern world.
BARONESS ROSARIO DE MANDAT-GRANCEY
The House of the Virgin Mary is believed to be the last earthly dwelling place of Our Lady. Kevin Turley speaks to Baroness Rosario de Mandat-Grancey about her family’s connection to this place of prayer and devotion.
FR. LAWRENCE LEW
Alex Cooper and Fr. Lawrence Lew discuss the rich history of the Dominican Order in Great Britain on the 800th anniversary of its founding, and talk about the current state of the order and the rosary in Britain today.
Kevin Turley interviews Kate Macpherson, the great-niece of John Bradburne, about the lay missionary’s life of service and brutal death in Zimbabwe. She expresses her great hope that he will one day be beatified.
Learn all about Madonna House Apostolate, a Catholic community dedicated to loving and serving Jesus Christ in all aspects of everyday life. Joanne Slugocki extends an invitation to all to experience a retreat there.
FR. ROK POGACNIK
James McCullough interviews Father Rok Pogacnik, who speaks about his early life in Slovenia in a non-practicing Catholic family, his inner call to conversion and his message of hope for the young people of Europe.
Edmund Adamus discusses "A Fertile Heart," the faith-inspired program that aids young people, through relationship-building and sexual health education, to shape their future and discover the truth about themselves.
Niall McDonagh shares his remarkable conversion story with Alex Cooper. In their frank and pointed conversation, he describes the impact of his troubled childhood and how these tragic events taught him to turn to God.
Many people are fans of J.R.R. Tolkien, but Daniel Côté Davis has made the English author and Christian visionary his life’s passion. This educator tells James McCullough why he believes Tolkien is a man for our times.
DR. CHRISTINE MUGRIDGE
Dr. Christine Mugridge is the founder of Sacred Arts Communications, a non-profit that uses social media to educate and evangelize the public on the Catholic faith. She speaks to Joanna Bogle about her life and writings.
As the beatification cause of beloved English poet and Third Order Franciscan, John Bradburne, is being investigated by the Church, host Kevin Turley speaks to his niece, Teresa Yonge, about the kind of man he was.
SISTER SEBASTIAN OGWUIKE AND FATHER DAVID DORAN
Sr. Sebastian Ogwuike and Fr. David Doran discuss the work of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mother of Christ, who help give the poor and underprivileged spiritual guidance, medical care, and educational assistance.
James McCullough speaks with film producer Stefano Mazzeo, discussing the joys and challenges of creating documentaries from a purely Catholic perspective.
FR. SEAN DAVIDSON, pt. 2
James McCullough interviews with Fr. Sean Davidson, a parish priest in the Archdiocese of Southwark in the U.K., about his personal journey to the priesthood. Part 2.
FR. SEAN DAVIDSON, pt. 1
James McCullough interviews with Fr. Sean Davidson, a parish priest in the Archdiocese of Southwark in the U.K., about Eucharistic Adoration and the New Evangelization. Part 1.