Mother Angelica Live Classics
The entire family will enjoy Mother’s world-famous witty wisdom. From the hilarious to the miraculous to the purely poignant, we have compiled your all-time favorites to inspire, educate, and entertain you all over again.
St. John says if you say you do not commit sin you call God a liar. Whenever we are disobedient we buy into a lie. Mother talks about obedience.
Mother guides us through the Anima Christi or "Soul of Christ", a prayer often said after Holy Communion.
Some parables can be difficult to interpret. Mother explains them as means to help us think the way God does.
Road to Emmaus
Mother talks about how like the disciples on the road to Emmaus, we too don’t always recognize Jesus either.
Walking on Water
Mother likens belief in the Eucharist to walking on water. We must be willing to walk by Faith.
St. Matthew was a different kind of tax collector – he was a thief. Mother discusses his life and how Our Lord continues to reach out to poor sinners like him.
The Inward Struggle
Mother discusses the classic and constant inner struggle of doing the things we don't like and not doing the things we do like, just as St. Paul did.
Feast of the Assumption
Mother focuses on the sinless and holy nature of Mary, her suffering with Christ on earth and its significance to our Faith.
Zacchaeus in Jericho
Mother talks about Zacchaeus and a blind man who both met Jesus in Jericho.
Reparation and Restitution
Mother explores the concepts of reparations and restitution and how this world is in need of it.
Calls, Thoughts and Other Things
Mother invited viewers to call in to the show as she talks about Heaven and God's awesomeness.
Mother uses a reading from Luke 7:36 to talk about God's Mercy. If you forgive someone, God forgives you.
Mother discusses Jesus’ power to deliver us from those things which bind us down.
Act of Contrition
Mother reflects on how the Act of Contrition beseeches for both forgiveness and the strength to not commit sins again.
Mother Angelica takes a look at, and lends insight into excuses - why we do it, who benefits, and the consequences of it.
The Our Father
Mother Angelica sheds light on the Our Father prayer, and why we pray this prayer every day.
St. Paul and the Folded Tent
Mother Angelica uses her wit and wisdom as she examines the story of St. Paul and the folded tent.
From a glimpse on a Sycamore tree, Zaccaheus saw Jesus only once and was converted instantly. Yet we go to Mass regularly, even everyday and not have that same experience. Mother tells us we have to change.
EWTN foundress Mother Angelica lends her insight into the life of Abraham, and his role in the Scriptures.
Spiritual Blindness (Call to Holiness)
Mother Angelica reflects on how we can overcome our blindness and become holy.
Mother Angelica looks at Psalm 50, which addresses how God calls to everything on earth.
I Am His Temple
Mother describes the fruits and gifts of the Holy Spirit and how they can help us better understand the Third Person of the Trinity.
Do You Know God
Mother explains how Jesus loved us before we even knew him. She proposes the question, "What does it mean to know Jesus?"
Mary's Trust and Corpus Christi
Mother Angelica lends her wisdom into Mary's trust and Corpus Christi.
Reading from Ephesians 4:2, Mother discusses that we should not only be charitable but tolerate those who are different.
Every Christian should live with honesty and integrity in all they do. Mother describes this as Christian Character.
Signs, Do You See Them?
Mother talks about the signs of God’s love that are all around us and discusses the ways that He has shown his love for us.
2 Corinthians 3:18
God Himself is love and mercy. Mother tells us how we must seek to be transformed into Christ by living His way.
Mother reads through documents of the Second Vatican Council about the Sacraments. She specifically talks about the Sacraments of initiation: Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation.
Mother Angelica discusses Luke 12:26, illustrating how we will be prepared for what comes next.
Keep Your Eyes on God
Mother shares with us how to stay focused on God in spite of distractions.
Heaven and Angels
Mother discusses the unimaginable wonder and beauty of heaven and the angels and how the way to get there is through repentance.
Dreams of St. John Bosco
Mother Angelica lends her insight into the dreams of Saint John Bosco.
Compassion and Forgiveness
Mother talks about showing compassion and forgiveness toward everyone, including our enemies.
We Don't See with Our Hearts
Mother reminds us that we need to see with our hearts, not our eyes in order for us to see the Hand of God at Work.
Miracles of Jesus
Mother reflects on the miracles of Jesus and discusses the Sacrament of Penance.
Psalms 46 and 51
Mother meditates on Psalms 46 in which we seek God as our refuge and strength and Psalm 51, when repentance should turn into humility of heart.
A Sign from Heaven
Mother talks about asking for signs from God and how the saints that live among us are signs from Heaven.
Seven Last Words
Mother talks about the Seven Last Words of Jesus. She talks about some of the meaning you can get from this.
Mortification the Third Element
Mother talks about the temptations that come from the Devil and how mortifying ourselves prevents us from falling into these types of temptations.
Mother discusses St. Joseph and how he is such a "powerful saint" and patron of the universal Church. He has everything to teach our families how to be a family.
Peer Pressure, Pride and Prejudice
EWTN foundress Mother Angelica tackles the subjects of peer pressure, pride and prejudice and how these can sometimes lead us astray on the path to holiness.
Regret, Remorse and Sorrow
Mother discusses the various aspect of regret, remorse and sorrow and how they can be deadly or they can be fruitful.
Mother Angelica takes an honest look at disappointment, and how we handle it, how we disappoint others, and what we can do to deal with disappointment.
God can ask us to do the impossible. Mother uses the Gospel of Mark to show us that all things are possible with God.
Why Did Lucifer Call God a Liar
Mother Angelica offers an insightful discussion on the deceptiveness of our spiritual enemy, Satan.
Woman at the Well
Mother recounts the story of Jesus talking to the woman at the well and what insights this story can give to us.
This Is a Wicked Age
Mother reads from Scripture where St. Paul says that “this is a wicked age but your lives shall redeem it" and explains that if we are to follow God, we should bring people back to Him.
Ash Wednesday and Lent
Mother discusses Ash Wednesday and Lent and how penance helps us do good and avoid evil.
Mother explains that despite the fears in the world today we should always rely on Our Lord and His Providence. As Catholics, there is no use for fear.
Mother explains how God loves each person as if no one else existed and that’s what we need to understand in order to trust in God's great mercy.
Matthew 20 (World Is Tough Today)
Mother Angelica looks at Matthew 20, and how it illustrates how tough the world is today.
Another Look at Mortification
Mother talks about how controlling our passions and desires detaches us from sin. If we do this, we are cooperating with God in making ourselves more like Him.
Mother shows us the differences between natural hope and supernatural hope and how the way to hope is through repentance and God's Mercy.
EWTN foundress Mother Angelica takes a look at mercy, and where it comes from, where it fits into our lives, and what it means to all of us.
Pride, Charity and Justice
Mother guides her viewers on how to counter pride with charity and justice.
Will of God in Every Vocation
Mother explains how we can serve God no matter what our vocation in life.
Respect and Responsibility
Mother looks at the responsibility to show our love for others by treating them with respect.
1 Kings 18 - Elijah
Mother reflects on how God comes to us in silent prayer just as He came to Elijah in the whispering breeze.
Mother Angelica talks about New Year’s resolutions and what it is we should truly resolve to do from a spiritual perspective for the coming year.
Mother discusses the holiness of Mary. She was destined by God to be the Mother of the Son of God. Therefore, she was not blemished with sin.
What Will You Give Christ for Christmas
The wisdom of Mother Angelica lives on as she asks Catholics to remember not only Jesus, but His Mother Mary as well, when deciding what gifts to give this Christmas.
A Little Child Shall Lead Them
Mother Angelica teaches us to be like little children, using passages from Scripture to show the innocence and faith of the young in accepting the word of Jesus Christ.
What Is Your Spirit of Christmas
Mother Angelica says that the true Christmas spirit should come from the understanding that the eternal Father sent His only Son to us. This should give us inner joy.
Mother discusses immense devotion shared by people during her trip to Mexico and how it's necessary to live daily with true devotion to God.
Mother explains the glorious Marian doctrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Advent and Repentance
Mother examines Advent and how it helps us prepare for the holy celebration of Christmas.
Mother pleads with her audience to focus on the coming of Jesus and not the commercialized aspect of Christmas.
What Are You Thankful For?
Mother challenges everyone to not just celebrate Thanksgiving but to really reflect on what we are thankful for.
Shopping and Spirituality
Looking at statues should remind us that all the saints were like us . Mother asks the audience to shop for holy reminders.
Gift of Knowledge
Mother discusses how according to some mystics the Lord will come one day and give us a warning - to see yourself as He sees you. You need light to know what’s wrong with you.
Mother reveals how courage and endurance are all traits of the Holy Spirit’s gift of Fortitude.
Purgatory and God's Will
Mother Angelica lends her wisdom and insight into the subject of Purgatory and God's will.
First Beatitude and Hell
Mother discusses Hell, Purgatory and the first beatitude: to be poor in spirit.
Pumpkins and Politics
Mother says that we should always vote for life and that we need politicians who are concerned not only about our earthly lives but also about our spiritual lives.
Mother Angelica discusses the important role Catholic voters play in national elections and in shaping the nation’s moral compass.
Consequences of Sin
Mother discusses why sin has consequences, and what we can do to counter it.