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When Pope John Paul II came to Denver for World Youth Day ’93, reporters predicted absolute failure. They thought at most 20,000 people would show up.
As I’ve traveled around the world, I’ve realized that the #1 question out there when it comes to the Bible is not whether to read it, but, how to read it?
Join Charbel Raish and Ian Smith for their interview with Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, from the Catholic Distance University, a global Catholic university.
My name is Matt Fradd, and today I want to share with you the three most common logical fallacies that I see committed in social media arguments.
God is pro-life. That’s just all there is to it. God wants us to live. God wants us to not just simply recognize the gift of life in a cluster of cells.
Join Charbel Raish and Mark Griffin, with special guest Ian Smith, as they discuss Christmas traditions, journeys of faith, and methods of finding a wife.
If you’re asking how to approach the Mass, the answer is, be mindful of the reality. Understand what Jesus is giving to you, and what you need to give Him!
Take a look at what EWTN has to offer this December!
Scott Hahn discusses how, although we tend to sentimentalize it now, in fact the real meaning of Christmas is more astonishing than we realize.
Join Charbel Raish, Ian Smith, and Mark Griffin, with Matthew Tague, as they learn about his journey from agnosticism to Anglicanism to Catholicism.
Wow what a year 2018 has been! As I reflect on the year gone by I can’t help but feel so in awe of what God is doing with this work. Here is a summary of the statistics of our work and some highlights!
Dear Friends, here’s an article for the recent Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. It’s based on my new book covering every New Testament reference to Mary: Rethinking Mary in the New Testament.