EWTN News In Depth
EWTN’s roundtable discussion series and in depth interviews unapologetically examine and analyze important issues, news, and events from an authentically Catholic perspective. An engaged one-hour discussion about topics that matter to you.
2022-06-17 - The archbishop of Uvalde, Texas discusses the Church’s push for gun reform in the wake of the deadly school shooting.
The archbishop of Uvalde, Texas discusses the Church’s push for gun reform in the wake of the deadly school shooting. A look at the pro-life fight in the pro-abortion state of New York, and how military service members suffering from invisible wounds
2022-06-10 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH
As a historic abortion ruling by the Supreme Court nears, we revisit our exclusive series “Life After Roe: Debate in the States” to examine the reproductive health changes some states are already making. How pro-life leaders are advocating for showin
2022-05-20 - 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 #postroegen
2022-05-13 - 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.
2022-05-06 - 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 spiri
2022-04-29 - 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 pla
2022-04-22 - 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 ho
2022-04-08 - 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
2022-04-01 - 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
2022-03-25 - 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’ Secret
2022-03-18 - 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
2022-03-11 - 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
2022-03-04 - 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 F
2022-02-25 - 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
2022-02-18 - 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. Val
2022-02-11 - 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 ACC
2022-02-04 - 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, M
2022-01-28 - EWTN News In Depth: The Future of the March for Life Movement
Tonight on 'EWTN News In Depth': After the first fully in-person march for the annual March for Life since the start of the pandemic, and with two important abortion cases being reviewed by the Supreme Court, EWTN News in Depth looks at the next stag
2022-01-14 - The role of the Catholic Church and international governments.
Montse Alvarado sits down with the Apostolic Nuncio to the U.S., Archbishop Christophe Pierre about his complex work in multiple countries as an ambassador of Pope Francis. Rome Correspondent Colm Flynn shares the Holy Father’s message to ambassadors
2022-01-07 - Recap of the top stories of 2021 impacting Catholics
A historic Papal trip to Iraq, restrictions on Traditional Latin Mass, a multi-million dollar financial scandal involving a high-ranking Vatican official and a landmark Supreme Court decision in favor of Catholic Social Services. This episode feature
2021-12-17 - Understanding the SCOTUS Commission report and a sit down with Cardinal George Pell
The main takeaways from the SCOTUS Commission report and the impact it may or may not have on the future of the Supreme Court. Plus, Cardinal George Pell is “On the Record” with how his faith helped him during his imprisonment. We highlight a massive
2021-12-10 - Religious liberty and school choice
Supreme Court Justices hear oral argument in Carson v. Makin. At issue is whether a state violates the religion clauses or equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution by prohibiting students participating in student aid from choosing to use thei
2021-12-03 - SCOTUS Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health
Oral argument heard in an historic abortion case at the Supreme Court. In Depth analysis of the arguments laid before the court and how justices responded. A dive into democracy concerns in Hong Kong as devout Catholic and media mogul Jimmy Lai ma
2021-11-19 - USCCB’s 2021 Fall General Assembly take-a-ways
The main issues discussed at the assembly and how they impact parishioners in the U.S. Luisa de Poo, the Associate Director of Pro-Life Activities for the Diocese of Austin; provides insight on the USCCB’s “Walking with Moms in Need” program that aim
2021-11-26 - A Thanksgiving special highlighting women’s religious
Thousands of women around the world have dedicated their lives to Jesus Christ. This episode showcases some of the incredible vocation stories of nuns and sisters and their tireless work reflecting the love of God that we’ve aired throughout the year
2021-11-12 - Should clergy be allowed in the execution chamber? The latest from the Supreme Court. Plus Archbishop Nelson Perez of Philadelphia goes “On the Record.”
On the Record with Archbishop Nelson Perez 18 months into his new role leading the Philadelphia archdiocese. Discussing adoption and foster care in the U.S., as we celebrate National Adoption month, and opening the doors to vocations for men and wome
2021-11-05 - Understanding the Synod on Synodality
This episode looks at the importance of dioceses taking part in the Synod on Synodality. Reporter Mark Irons looks at how parishioners are called to work with Church leaders to mold the future of the Church. A panel discussion dives into the impact i
2021-10-29 - Importance of interreligious dialogue and a look at the rise in homeschooling
On the 56th anniversary of Nostra Aetate, a Vatican II document supporting interreligious dialogue we look at the current relationship of the Catholic Church with other faiths. This episode also looks at the growing number of households that homescho
2021-10-22 - he history and future of Catholicism in Lebanon and the legacy of St. Junipero Serra.
Learning more about the Maronite Catholic Church, which is in full communion with the Holy See. Host Montse Alvarado speaks with Bishop Gregory Mansour about the history and future of the Church in Lebanon. Plus a panel discussion on the current viol
2021-10-15 - The relationship of the Church and Native Americans, plus political and corporate responses to global religious persecution.
New Mexico Bishop James Wall discusses the plans for the USCCB to support Native American ministries in the U.S. and reconcile former injustices against indigenous communities. Reporter Mark Irons provides an overview of the relationship of the Catho
2021-10-08 - Major Trials of the Catholic Church
A breaking news report on the Catholic Church in France reveals that more than 200,000 children suffered abuse over several decades. EWTN News In Depth has expert analysis from the National Catholic Register’s Europe Correspondent Solene Tadie. In Ro
2021-10-01 - Biblical principles behind financial planning
Host Montse Alvarado speaks with a leading venture capitalist on using principles from the Book of Genesis for Economic Success. Plus, how to invest your money following Catholic guidelines. Experts share how Catholic institutions and lay Catholics c
2021-09-24 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH Creating inclusive communities and protecting the rights of the disabled in light of health care rationing due to COVID. What we as Catholics should do to respond.
This episode features multiple interviews with leaders championing aid for the disabled. Steve Gold a Disability Rights Lawyer and Board Member of Liberty Resources, has been at the forefront of Disability Rights cases. He has helped to fight for
2021-09-17 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH Vaccine Mandates and Religious Exemptions
EWTN News In Depth explores the issue of federal Covid vaccine mandates unveiled by the Biden Administration and the role of religious exemptions to vaccinaton. A report on the Pope’s guidance on vaccines and host Montse Alvarado talks to American Un
2021-09-10 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH
A comprehensive look at the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress including: A full report from correspondent Colm Flynn who is on the ground in Budapest, covering all the events of the congress An interview with Cardinal Jean-Claude Holleric
2021-09-03 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH Helping Afghan refugees who are resettling in the U.S.
Montse Alvarado speaks with two women on the front lines of helping refugees from Afghanistan resettle in the United States. Judi Harris the Refugee Resettlement Director at St. Vincent Catholic Charities in Lansing, Michigan and Robyn Barnard, Sr. A
2021-08-27 - EWTN NEWS IN DEPTH
Evacuations continue in Afghanistan in a race against time to rescue Americans and U.S. allies from Taliban rule. Plus the impact FDA approvals of the Pfizer vaccine could have on vaccine mandates in the U.S. This episode also follows the efforts of
2021-08-20 - Reaction to the Humanitarian crises in Afghanistan and Haiti
A look at the events unfolding in Afghanistan and the U.S. response as well as the humanitarian aid for Haitians impacted by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake. As the Delta variant of COVID-19 surges, Catholic schools face challenges for re-opening class
2021-08-06 - What does a “post-Roe” world look like?
This week on EWTN News In Depth - As the Supreme Court prepares to hear the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case this fall, we look at how this case could impact the future of abortion in the US. We dive into the history of Roe, criticis
2021-07-31 - Historic Vatican Trial Begins
For the first time in the history of the Church, a Cardinal is facing charges of embezzlement. How this landmark financial corruption case has changed the Vatican justice system and financial transparency. This episode also covers the rise in huma
2021-07-23 - World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly
Honoring the dignity of the human person, a foundation of Catholic teaching by celebrating our senior community. After Pope Francis declared the first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly, EWTN News In Depth looks at vocations of older generati
2021-07-16 - Understanding the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist
An episode devoted to Jesus’ presence in the Eucharist. Our relationship with God is nourished and deepened through our reception of the Eucharist, where God is truly present through the grace of the Holy Spirit. Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Diocese o
2021-07-09 - The Church in Africa.
An episode dedicated to the Catholic faith on the diverse continent of Africa. Host Montse Alvarado speaks with a survivor of the Rwandan genocide, Immaculee Ilibagiza, about how her faith guided her to forgiveness and hope.
2021-07-02 - SCOTUS term review, voting reform and science and faith intersect.
EWTN News In Depth – 2021-07-09 – SCOTUS term review, a discussion on voting reform and a look at how science and faith intersect.