EWTN News Nightly
EWTN’s daily news and analysis program from Washington, DC,
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-08-11
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: A look at why there could be a possible rise in Catholic school closures. Plus: Caritas Lebanon General Director Rita Rhayem tells us how the Catholic organization is responding to the needs of those impacted by the Beirut explosion. Also: Our team is at the White House with a report on new developments on the COVID-19 pandemic in the US. And the mother of conjoined twins separated by the Vatican’s children’s hospital reached out to Pope Francis. What she said to the Holy Father.
EWTN News Nightly - 2020-08-10
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: President Donald Trump signs executive orders to help Americans impacted by COVID-19. We have a report from the White House. Plus: Pro-democracy advocate Jimmy Lai, who is reportedly a practicing Catholic, was arrested in Hong Kong and faces charges under the new national security law. We have an update on the former British territory. And Pope Francis asks the international community to pray for the people of Lebanon. A look at the Holy Father’s message of hope.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-08-07
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Congressman Bob Latta (R-OH) shares how his Catholic faith impacts how he votes and serves on Capitol Hill. Plus: Lina Nealon, Director of Corporate and Strategic Initiatives at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, breaks down the potential dangers of TikTok and how parents can protect their children. And Father Christopher Mahar of the Health Care Services Office in the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development tells us about the work being done worldwide by the Vatican’s coronavirus task force.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-08-06
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: President Donald Trump says he is optimistic about the US and financial prosperity. Our team is at the White House with a report. Plus: The Vatican recently ruled any baptisms administered with a particular formula are invalid. Catholic News Agency’s Hannah Brockhaus breaks down what this means. Also: Several parents in the state of Maryland are suing for the right to be able to send their children to private school in-person. We speak with the lead plaintiff in the case. And The Catholic University of America makes a decision regarding tuition amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-08-05
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Vice President Mike Pence is in Florida. What he’s saying about religious freedom and the fight for the unborn. Plus: New developments in the explosion in Lebanon that rocked the city of Beirut. We have a report. Also: A bishop from Ireland joins us with a look back at the life and legacy of the late John Hume, a Catholic and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. And Pope Francis shares ways the faithful can overcome anxiety.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-08-04
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: President Donald Trump spoke EWTN News Nightly Lead Anchor Tracy Sabol at the White House. What he said about re-opening churches and the fight against the coronavirus. Plus: New developments in the 2020 Census are sparking concerns. We have a report. Also: EWTN Spain President José Carlos Hurtado has an update on the investigation into former king, Juan Carlos I, who fled the country amid an alleged financial scandal. And a look at the effort to rebuild a Greek Orthodox church destroyed in the terror attacks on September 11, 2001.
EWTN News Nightly - 2020-08-03
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Tropical Storm Isaias is gaining strength and becoming more dangerous as it heads toward the Carolinas. We have the latest. Plus: Pope Francis says the Eucharist can inspire the faithful to support those around us. A look at the Holy Father’s message. Also: An update on the health of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI following a report from Germany. And Supreme Knight Carl Anderson tells us how the Knights of Columbus are altering their annual convention amid the COVID-19 crisis.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-31
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: House Republican Whip Steve Scalise shares how he relied on his Catholic faith on the fateful day when a gunman opened fire at a Congressional baseball practice. Plus: What the Archbishop of Portland is saying about the violence after another night of conflict between demonstrators and police. Also: Learn about the child at the center of an approved miracle attributed to Venerable Fr. Michael J. McGivney. And a look at how COVID-19 is shaping the summer of 2020.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-30
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: A look at the new guidelines for priests who perform exorcisms released by the Vatican. Plus: Our team is at the White House with a report on developments in the fight against COVID-19. Also: Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) tells us about his conversion to Catholicism. And EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Host Catherine Hadro discusses recent calls for the head of the Food and Drug Administration to remove the abortion pill from the US market.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-29
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: A look at a report saying Chinese hackers targeted the Holy See. How Beijing is responding. Plus: President Donald Trump travels to Texas. What he said about the coronavirus and unrest in Portland, OR. Also: The CEOs of four major tech companies appear before lawmakers to address privacy concerns, bias claims and more. Our team is on Capitol Hill. And an art historian looks at how Jesus has been depicted for centuries, amid recent controversy.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-28
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ) tells us about a pro-abortion caucus’ move to strike Hyde’s pro-life protections from a 2021 appropriations bill. Plus: Rome’s pontifical universities will hold in-person classes this academic year. We speak with Angelicum Professor Sr. Catherine Joseph Droste, O.P. about what that will look like. And Kristen Day, executive director of Democrats for Life of America, tells us what pro-life supporters would like to see from the Democratic party as the election approaches.
EWTN News Nightly - 2020-07-27
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: The search continues for a COVID-19 vaccine. We are at the White House with a look at new developments. Plus: A new pro-life campaign is adding pressure to the growing calls for statues and symbols of the Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger to be removed. Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life, tells us about the effort. Also: Officials in France have an update on the burning of a Catholic cathedral earlier this month. And Pope Francis shares his advice to avoid leading a mediocre life.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-24
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: US bishops condemn acts of vandalism and destruction at Catholic sites. Plus: The USCCB has declared July 24 “a Day of Mourning” for Hagia Sophia, a former church and museum in Istanbul that will be inaugurated as a mosque today. We have analysis. Also: We are on Capitol Hill as tensions continue to grow between the United States and China. And meet a 26-year-old priest and YouTube sensation who is making videos to connect with young people.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-23
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: President Donald Trump unveils his plan to combat riots in some US cities. We are at the White House. Plus: Luke Coppen, Europe Editor For Catholic News Agency, has analysis of a recent string of vandalism and destruction of Catholic buildings in Europe. Also: The latest in the debate over the removal of statues of Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood’s founder. And a look at a new book released by the Vatican with encouraging words from Pope Francis.
EWTN News Nightly - Full show: 2020-07-22
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: A province in Northern China is ordering Christians to replace pictures of Jesus with pictures of Chairman Mao. This comes as a 2018 Vatican-China deal regarding the approval of bishops is nearing expiration. Fr. Bernardo Cervellera of AsiaNews has the latest. Plus: A Catholic hospital in Maryland faces a lawsuit from a person who presents as a transgender man because it would not perform a hysterectomy on the person’s healthy uterus. We have analysis. And a county in California considers removing St. Junipero Serra from its seal.