‘The faith here is amazing. Yes, we have less than 1% Catholics in the country, but when they commit themselves, they do it fully… That is the most beautiful part…’
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Cardinal Parolin told EWTN that goodwill was needed to achieve anything in the talks between the two parties.
During an interview ahead of Memorial Day 2021, Archbishop Broglio said the “first thing” George Washington asked for “when he accepted his commission as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army was that there be chaplains."
EWTN News in Depth discusses a possible challenge to Roe v. Wade at the U.S. Supreme Court and speaks with Mary Ann Glendon on religious freedom
EWTN News In Depth gathers insights from religious freedom experts, White House directors, an escaped Chinese dissident and others.
EWTN News in Depth speaks to attorneys, medical specialists, recovered COVID patients and clergy throughout the U.S. and Europe.
EWTN News In Depth: Global Support Rising for Assisted Suicide, plus—the High Court’s Ruling to Protect California’s Right to Pray
Medical, legal, and policy experts weigh in on top stories, and Montse Alvarado speaks on the record with Archbishop Chaput about living the faith.
Andrea Bocelli and his wife discuss Andrea’s music and message to the world, their foundation, faith, and life together as they serve people most in need.
Plus, reporters and experts on EWTN News In Depth cover Catholic priorities that depend on Republicans’ ability to filibuster.
On EWTN News In Depth, host Montse Alvarado examines the Holy Father’s bold move to bring hope to a dark and forgotten place.