EWTN News In Depth
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2022-05-21 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH
05/20/2022 A look at what Senators are doing to codify Roe v. Wade. AAPI Catholics gather to celebrate their heritage, and the story of a college student who is going from wide receiver to seminarian. T: @markironsmedia #prolife #postroegeneration T: @imrosellereyes IG: @imrosellereyes T: @washarchdiocese IG: @washarchdiocese #AAPI #APAheritagemonth T: @alanholdren T: @landryweber12 IG: @landryweber12 #prayforvocations #kansaswildcats
2022-05-14 - Abortion pills in the mail: a look at the next battle for the pro-life movement.
Abortion pills in the mail: a look at the next battle for the pro-life movement. How Catholic women are fighting for better maternity leave, and a peek at some of the Saints that will be canonized by Pope Francis.
2022-05-07 - A leaked draft of a Supreme Court decision indicates the historic overturn of Roe v Wade is imminent.
A leaked draft of a Supreme Court decision indicates the historic overturn of Roe v Wade is imminent. We speak with Ed Whelan of the Ethics and Public Policy Center about the contents and consequences. Cardinal Timothy Dolan in Europe providing spiritual support for Ukrainian refugees and a look at the Black American Catholics on the road to Sainthood.
2022-04-30 - American Officials visit Ukraine, a Religious Freedom Case at the Supreme Court, inside the Black Catholic community in the U.S., and 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines.
Correspondent Colm Flynn continues his on-the-ground coverage in Ukraine, and Montana Senator Steve Daines talks with EWTN News in Depth about his recent visit to Ukraine. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief Andreas Thonhauser explains the role religion is playing in the war in Ukraine. Plus, celebrating the 500-year anniversary of Christianity in the Philippines, Reporter Roselle Reyes reports.
2022-04-23 - AG Bill Barr Interview, the latest from Ukraine and a Relics Exhibit
Former Attorney General Bill Barr discusses threats to religious liberty in the U.S. and the importance of election integrity. Correspondent Colm Flynn is on the ground in Ukraine with the latest on the Russian Invasion. Plus, welcoming Catholics home, we speak with two women going through RCIA and a unique exhibit on the relics of saints travels the U.S.
2022-04-09 - The war in Ukraine brings new atrocities to light, a guide to Catholic investing from the Knights of Columbus, and wrapping up “Life After Roe: Debate in the States” series with a reporter roundtable.
Global outrage at Russia as horrific images emerge of civilian deaths. We speak with Fr. Oleksandr Zelinskyi about the current situation in Ukraine and how he continues to bring Christ to those in need. Plus, as we wrap up our exclusive series “Life After Roe: Debate in the States” with a look at Vermont‘s push for a constitutional amendment and a round-table discussion on abortion laws.
2022-04-02 - Life After Roe: Debate in the States – California and an interview with the new president of the Catholic University of America
The latest on the crisis in Ukraine and the international response to the war. Reporter Roselle Reyes looks at how short-wave radio is being used to bring news to Ukraine as social media and internet sites are being blocked by Russia. We also feature an interview with the new president of the Catholic University of America, Peter Kilpatrick, Ph.D. exclusive to EWTN.
2022-03-26 - A priest in Ukraine joins us from Ukraine plus “Life After Roe: Debate in the States” Tennessee
Fr. Andriy Zelinskyy, SJ joins us from Ukraine to share his perspective on the war. The series “Life After Roe: Debate In The States” continues with a look at support centers for crisis pregnancies and abortion laws in Tennessee. Pope Francis’ Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin explains the state of the Church in the Middle East. And a breakdown of the changes to the Roman Curia outlined in the Vatican constitution, Predicate Evangelium.
2022-03-19 - Russian Catholic Priest on Ukraine Crisis
A Catholic priest in Russia and another in Ukraine weigh in on the crisis in Ukraine. Plus our exclusive series “Life After Roe: Debate in the States,” continues with a look at Michigan. What the Michigan constitution has to protect life, that other states do not.
2022-03-12 - Life After Roe: Debate in the States Florida plus the latest on Ukraine
The exclusive series “Life After Roe: Debate in the States” continues with a look at Florida. The sunshine state just passed into law a 15 week ban on abortion. Reporter Catherine Hadro gives us a breakdown of the pro-life movement in Florida and the hurdles it has yet to overcome. Plus, the latest on the humanitarian crisis that continues to grow as the war in Ukraine rages on.
2022-03-05 - Launching an exclusive series of “Life After Roe: Debate in the States” plus the latest on the war in Ukraine
The start of a series that dives into abortion laws across the U.S. We look at future of abortion in several states, as the Supreme Court will weigh in on a case that could overturn abortion rights. Plus the latest on the situation in Ukraine. Colm Flynn provides on the ground coverage from Poland, where hundreds and thousands of refugees are spilling over the border from Ukraine to escape the Russian invasion and an exclusive interview EWTN Ukraine founder Father Pavlo Vyshkovkyy in Ukraine.
2022-02-26 - War in Ukraine
Montse Alvarado speaks with EWTN colleagues in Ukraine on the situation there and the need for prayer. Plus, a new Supreme Court Justice nominee, how her judicial experience and philosophy could impact the future of the court. Also, Church officials meet with Mayors of Mediterranean cities to discuss ways to help refugees making the harrowing journey across the Mediterranean Sea. Ambassador Alberto Fernandez provides insight on the humanitarian aid needed. Finally, a glimpse of an interactive exhibit on the Shroud of Turin and a discussion on faith in the tech industry.
2022-02-19 - Faith on the field – The Supreme Court Case
Supreme Court justices will hear an appeal of the high school coach who was forced out of his job over an on-the-field prayer. Plus, a dive into a historic Catholic fraternity for Black Americans and stepping back in time to the birthplace of St. Valentine.
2022-02-12 - Push to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment
FIRST CENTURY LOOK AT THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT, AS SOME LAWMAKERS AND THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION RENEW A PUSH FOR GENDER EQUALITY IN THE CONSTITUTION. BUT 50 YEARS AFTER IT WENT TO THE STATES FOR RATIFICATION, THE DEFINITION OF DISCRIMINATION “ON ACCOUNT OF SEX” HAS CHANGED. PLUS UNDERSTANDING THE CALL OF THE SINGLE LIFE VOCATION FOR CATHOLICS.
2022-02-05 - German Synodal Path and the Olympics in China
Church leaders in Germany meet for the German Synodal Path to discuss controversial proposals on sexual morality, priestly celibacy, the role of women in the Church and other issues that challenge Church teaching. EWTN’s Managing Editor in Germany, Martin Rothweiler brings us the latest from Frankfurt. Plus, human rights leaders weigh in on the calls for boycotting the Olympics in Beijing.