A Service of EWTN
In Person
 
Nation
Lauren Ashburn/EWTN News Nightly
The U.S. secretary of state was interviewed by Lauren Ashburn on EWTN News Nightly With Lauren Ashburn Thursday.
In Person
Peter Jesserer Smith
IN PERSON: The former chief of the Vatican’s office of worship provides deep insights into the centrality of the parish to evangelization in his new book, The Evangelizing Parish.
In Person
Trent Beattie
George Rose brings in top players from Asia, outstanding men for Catholic radio show.
In Person
Matthew E. Bunson
‘I would cry every time at the miracle’ of the Eucharist, she recalls of her journey to the Church.
In Person
Edward Pentin
Sebastiano Caputo, head of SOS Chrétiéns d’Orient in Italy, says needs of Christians vary widely across the region.
In Person
Matthew E. Bunson
The Christian baker and his attorney discuss why he declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding ceremony, how he has been affected by his legal ordeal, and the decision’s broader implications.
In Person
Trent Beattie
An interview with San Francisco Giants’ Opening Day starter Ty Blach.
In Person
Peter Jesserer Smith
Stephanie Packer, a Catholic mother of four from California, tells the Register why she and others suffering from terminal illness need holistic support, not assisted suicide.
Vatican
Anto Akkara
Speaking to the Register from his office in Karachi, Archbishop Joseph Coutts said, ‘I feel I have been called to be a stronger voice for the Christians and marginalized, given the situation here.’
Vatican
Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer
An interview with Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer on intercommunion between Protestants and Catholics.
In Person
Joan Frawley Desmond
An interview with Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute.
In Person
Charles Lewis
The two are very different, says Ryan Anderson, author of When Harry Became Sally
In Person
Patti Armstrong
He entered the Church from the Presbyterian tradition during the Easter vigil Mass this year.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Drawing from the Catholic principle of subsidiarity, the outgoing speaker of the House says breaking the cycle of dependency requires the federal government to support customized solutions developed at the local level.
Vatican
Edward Pentin
Massimo Borghesi draws on Pope Francis’ intellectual formation to conclude that he is trying to resolve tensions between polar opposites.
In Person
Trent Beattie
Drew Beckie recovers from mysterious illness that caused cardiac arrest.
In Person
Celeste Behe
Commentator looks at this papacy in his new book, To Change the Church.
Movies
Steven D. Greydanus
The ‘Full of Grace’ filmmaker talks about the challenges of bringing Scripture to life and the problems with many faith-based films.
In Person
Trent Beattie
Former Michigan basketball player Pete Burak assists Renewal Ministries with young-adult apostolate.
In Person
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Archdiocese of Washington’s new pastoral plan envisions the parish as the center of the family apostolate, where all persons and families, have a role.
Vatican
Peter Jesserer Smith
Msgr. Anthony Figueiredo, a Vatican consultant and regular visitor to China, discusses the Chinese bishops’ rationale for the impending rapprochement between the Vatican and the Chinese government.
In Person
Joseph Pronechen
Jennifer Hubbard lost her 6-year-old daughter Catherine in the 2012 tragedy.
In Person
Trent Beattie
KC Royals’ Nick Pratto learns proper priorities.
World
Doreen Abi Raad
Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II remains hopeful that his people can eventually return to the Nineveh Plain.
In Person
Trent Beattie
Speedster Curt Tomasevicz Slows Down for Spiritual Stability
In Person
Trent Beattie
Life Athletes’ founder Chris Godfrey upholds human dignity from conception to death.
In Person
Elisabeth Deffner
Pro-Life speaker for OneLife LA knows those with disabilities are ‘Made for Greater.’
In Person
Edward Pentin
The Egyptian priest, who is an authority on Islam, discusses the factors driving the murderous attacks on Christians and what he hopes the Pope will say when he visits Egypt this month.
Vatican
Joan Frawley Desmond
The Power of Silence, co-written with Nicolas Diat, was inspired by the Carthusian monastery at La Grande Chartreuse.
In Person
Kathleen Naab
A Conversation With NASA Astronaut and Catholic Convert Mike Hopkins