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A lot of people are asking the question, what is the New Evangelization? What’s so new about it? What does it mean for the Church?
Easter brings Hope. When Jesus met the disciples on the road to Emmaus, Cleopas says to the Risen Lord, “we had hoped that he was the one to redeem Israel.”
Jeff Cavins' Great Adventure Bible Tour Have you booked your dinner tickets yet? There is still plenty of space! Consider gathering a group of friends and fill up a table of 12 so you can save $240 per table. The Dinner is at the Epping Club, starting at 7pm on Friday...
If you missed yesterday’s video, you can watch it here! Join Salwa Elias as she reviews a number of CDs and books she has listened to and read recently.
There were two friends driving the car back home after golfing, and as they’re talking in the car this beautiful piano etude by Chopin starts to play.
Without understanding their meaning these covered statues may initially look weird, but the veiled statues alert us of the special time that we are in.
Join Charbel Raish and Mark Griffin for their interview with Fr. Paul Chandler, Parousia speaker and author of the brand new book “Esto Vir.”
We have entered the back half of Lent and, I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for Easter. Is there anything better than attending the Easter Vigil after a hard-fought Lent? It makes me wonder how our priests are doing. It’s an exciting time of the year for them...
As we enter the month of April, take a look and see what EWTN has going on this month!As always, should you prefer to watch EWTN online, here is the link.[embeddoc...
Join Charbel Raish for his interview with Jeff & Emily Cavins, discussing Jeff’s book ‘The Activated Disciple’ and the popular ‘Bible Timeline’ series.
It’s an extraordinarily important idea that what we are being called to isn’t success, but fidelity. And I say this especially to those running apostolates.
It’s hard being Catholic today – chaotic liturgy, unsympathetic family members, clergy scandals, lukewarm laity, and the open culture of death.