EWTN Theology Roundtable
EWTN Vice President for Theology Colin Donovan and his team discuss the meaning of theological issues in modern times.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 10/09/2020 - Voting for Life
Hosts Doug Keck, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, Fr. Robert Spitzer and Colin Donovan discuss voting for life.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 03/06/2020 - Life: The Highest Good
Colin Donovan and Cindy Cuellar discuss the gift of life—philosophically, theologically and socially, as the highest and greatest good, at a time in history when it is denied, minimized and even treated as a commodity.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 02/07/2020 - Spiritual Childhood
Colin Donovan and Laura Dittus reflect on spiritual childhood as lived by the saints.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 01/10/2020 - Eastern Catholicism
Colin Donovan and Robert Klesko discuss and take questions about the Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 12/13/2019 - The Liturgical Year
Colin Donovan, Noah Lett, and Robert Klesko discuss the liturgical year and its importance to the Church’s rhythm of life and to the sacramental and devotional life of Catholics.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 11/08/2019 - Inculturation
Colin Donovan & the Roundtable discuss the integration of faith into different cultures, or inculturation. What it is, and what it is not, based on the “the law of believing, praying and living” (lex orandi, lex credendi, lex vivendi).
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 10/11/2019 - Scripture in the Church
Colin Donovan, David Gregson and Cindy Cuellar discuss the place of Scripture in the Church, in view of the Pope’s motu proprio establishing the Sunday of the Word of God.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 09/13/2019 - Being Shepherds Like the Good Shepherd
Colin Donovan, Noah Lett, and Laura Dittus discuss the history and principles guiding pastoral activity in the Church, and its changing face after the Second Vatican Council.
EWTN Theology Roundtable - 08/16/2019 - Marian Dogmas – Are They Necessary?
Colin Donovan, Noah Lett and Cindy Cuellar discuss the Assumption, and the role of the Marian dogmas generally, in the economy of salvation and in evangelization.
Theology Roundtable - 11/16/2018 - Ask a Mariologist
Colin Donovan and Dr. William A. Thomas, STD, a member of the Pontifical Marian Academy, president of the Mariological Society of Ireland and director of the St. John Paul II Institute of Marian Studies, will answer your questions on Fátima, apparitions and the theology of Mary in general.
Theology Roundtable - 06/08/2018 - Crisis of Fatherhood
Join Colin Donovan, Noah Lett and Robert Klesko as they discuss the crisis of fatherhood in the world and in the Church on this week’s Theology Roundtable on EWTN Radio!
Theology Roundtable - 01/12/2018 - The Pro Life Issues
Colin Donovan, Noah Lett and Laura Dittus discuss prolife and related issues, especially abortion, euthanasia, and capital punishment.
Theology Roundtable - 06/30/2017 - Public discourse and the Truth
Public discourse and the Truth. Today’s Open Line—Friday slot offers a special EWTN Theology Roundtable show with EWTN’s vice-president of theology, Colin Donovan, who sits down with EWTN theology advisors Robert Klesko and Noah Lett to dialogue about the relationship between the Truth and contemporary discourse in the media, politics and life. What if someone teaches a different truth, or a different Jesus? How do I handle truth with someone who is fixated on the “pro-choice” stance as a way of dismissing every other position, when it comes to a conversation about human life? How should I handle being persecuted for living Truth? What can we do to bring back critical thinking? Sit down with our theologians who answer these and other questions, right here, on EWTN Radio Open Line—and our special EWTN Theology Roundtable show.
Theology Roundtable - 06/09/2017 - Utopias, Dystopias and the Future
Utopias, Dystopias and the Future. Today’s Open Line—Friday slot offers a special EWTN Theology Roundtable show with EWTN’s vice-president of theology, Colin Donovan, who sits down with EWTN theology advisors Laura Dittus and Noah Lett to talk about the utopian and dystopian ideas in politics, economics, science and culture. Much of what makes up public discourse today is either utopian in its view of the world man can—or should—build, or despairing of being able to build any kind of a truly human future. Inherent in both perspectives is the absence of a place for man as he really is… and paradoxically, no place for God, either. Colin, Laura and Noah answer questions like: What do you say if you talk to someone who disagrees with your “facts?” Is the role of utopianism to throw idealism at a real problem, such as those I’ve heard say “we only need love,” in the face of recent terror attacks? How can the definition of “person” help society? Do you think the idea of a godly utopia has affected the way churches’ outer forms look… like how clerics dress for Mass? Are the Church’s statements on economics utopian? Is justice the way we show our love? Is war a mortal sin? Sit down with our theologians who answer these and other questions, right here, on EWTN Radio Open Line—and our special EWTN Theology Roundtable show.
Theology Roundtable - 05/05/2017 - The Fatima Centenary
Today’s Open Line—Friday slot offers a special EWTN Theology Roundtable show with EWTN’s vice-president of theology, Colin Donovan, who sits down with EWTN theology advisors Robert Klesko and David Gregson to talk about the continuing importance of the apparitions of Our Lady in Fátima, which began 100 years ago on May 13. Our callers want to know: What are the secrets of Our Lady of Fatima? How can Our Lady of Fatima help us get through life? Can you tell me more about Amelia—the children’s playmate who had died—and can we shorten her time? Can we offer a plenary indulgence for Amelia? What is the Scapular? How do we know that Mary is not getting in the way of praying to Jesus? Was Russia’s conversion going to be into Orthodoxy—instead of Catholicism? Sit down with our theologians who answer these and other questions, right here, on EWTN Radio Open Line—and our special EWTN Theology Roundtable show.