The Doctors of the Church
Through dramatic reenactments, Dr. Matthew Bunson explores the lives of the time-honored Doctors of the Church and how they continue to proclaim the Gospel to the modern world.
ST. ROBERT BELLARMINE, pt. 2
St. Robert Bellarmine was one of Catholicism’s leading voices for reform and renewal, at a time when the Protestant revolt threatened to tear it apart. As a doctor of the Church, he was first and foremost, a teacher.
ST. ROBERT BELLARMINE, pt. 1
During a time of great division, Robert Bellarmine defended Church teaching against the revolutionary ideas of the Protestant Reformers. His scriptural and theological acumen made him a giant among doctors of the Church.
SAINT FRANCIS DE SALES
In a bitterly divisive time, St. Francis de Sales brought many souls back to the Catholic Church. This Doctor’s message of God’s abundant love during the Protestant Reformation saved the Church in its time of need.
SAINT AMBROSE OF MILAN
Destined for a political career, St. Ambrose of Milan instead made serving God his life’s mission. As one of our greatest bishops, he defended the authentic teachings of the Church and opened up Scripture to the masses.
THE DOCTORS OF THE CHURCH: ST. AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO, pt. 2
Part 2 of EWTN’s continuing series looks at influential theologian and philosopher, St. Augustine of Hippo. The story of his conversion, baptism and extraordinary life epitomizes the transforming power of grace.
THE DOCTORS OF THE CHURCH: ST. AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO, pt. 1
Part 1 of EWTN’s continuing series looks at influential theologian and philosopher, St. Augustine of Hippo. The story of his conversion, baptism and extraordinary life epitomizes the transforming power of grace.
POPE ST. LEO I THE GREAT
He saved Rome from destruction, promoted unity in the Church, deepened our understanding of Our Lord, and forged a better understanding of the place and role of the Pope. Learn more about this truly titanic figure and Doctor of the Church.
ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA
Through reenactments and interviews with Church historians, Dr. Matthew Bunson brings the mystical works and prolific writing of St. Catherine of Siena to life.