Michael P. Warsaw, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Eternal Word Television Network.

Publisher‘s Note

Michael P. Warsaw is the Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer of EWTN Global Catholic Network. He joined EWTN in 1991 and worked directly with Mother Angelica, the network’s founder. Warsaw was named president of EWTN in 2000 and  chief executive officer in 2009. With EWTN's 2011 acquisition of the National Catholic Register, he became its publisher. Warsaw became chairman of the board of EWTN in 2013.  Pope Francis appointed him in 2017 Consultor to the Vatican’s Dicastery for Communications.

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Heroes' Square in Budapest, Hungary is prepared for the International Eucharistic Congress, where Pope Francis will celebrated the closing Mass on Sunday, Sept. 12.  EWTN will be covering the week long event live.

Rekindling Eucharistic Belief

A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: During the pandemic when many have yet to return to worship in our churches, Pope Francis’ reminder at the Eucharistic Congress of the centrality of the Blessed Sacrament in Catholic life is more urgently needed than ever.

The Eucharist during a procession at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Eucharistic Consistency

A NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER: A revival of belief among Catholics in the Real Presence is necessary for there to be any understanding of why the conduct of some Catholic political leaders like Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi is so egregious.

The mother church of the first diocese of the United States continues to inspire and teach, 200 years later.

The Past Is Prologue

A NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER: The Baltimore Basilica’s bicentennial highlights just how far Catholics have come and just how much we have to lose if we don’t robustly practice the faith and actively defend our religious freedom.

A 2020 procession of the Most Holy Eucharist takes place outside during the COVID-19 pandemic in Overland Park, Kansas. By the Solemnity of Corpus Christi on June 6, many dioceses in the U.S. will be reinstating the Sunday obligation
to return to Mass, and parishes will be able to resume the tradition of Eucharistic processions.

Eucharistic Coherence

A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: It is not primarily a question of whether or not Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi or any other politician should receive Holy Communion. It poses a question of truth and fidelity each and every communicant needs to ask themselves, each and every time they present themselves to receive the Sacred Host.