Dr. Scott Hahn drops by to discuss ways we can balance our concerns and the pragmatic approach to our current state of exile that we seem to be living in as Christians right now.
Fr. Mitch welcomes the Bishop Emeritus Robert Baker of the Diocese of Birmingham, Alabama, to discuss how to spiritually prepare ourselves for the Advent and Christmas seasons.
John Martignoni points out the problems with Protestantism, and how we all can have conversations with friends and family that challenge them to think logically and scripturally.
Author and pilgrimage leader Steve Ray joins Fr. Mitch to explain how Genesis reveals so much more than our origins. It shows our purpose, our meaning and God’s plan for mankind.
DEACON HAROLD BURKE-SIVERS
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers joins Fr. Mitch to discuss the Church’s response to racism and stereotypes, so that as Catholics we can work together to build a civilization of love.
BISHOP MICHAEL J. SIS
Fr. Mitch Pacwa welcomes his guest Bishop Michael J. Sis of the Diocese of San Angelo, Texas to discuss evangelization in the modern world and the National Eucharistic Revival.
GRZEGORZ GORNY AND JANUSZ ROSIKON
Journalist Grzegorz Gorny and photographer Janusz Rosikon join Fr. Mitch in a lively look at Mary, the Mother of God’s earthly life, one filled with truth, goodness and beauty.
BISHOP FRANCOIS BEYROUTI
His Excellency, Bishop François Beyrouti of the Melkite Catholic Eparchy of Newton tells Fr. Mitch how vocations are fostered in the Melkite Catholic Church, which numbers about 50 parishes in two dozen U.S. states.
Immaculée Ilibagiza joins Fr. Mitch to discuss her new EWTN Original Miniseries, “I Forgive with Immaculée Ilibagiza.” It explores the topic of forgiveness from personal, theological and psychological perspectives.
Author and journalist Mike Aquilina has written more than 50 books on Catholic history, doctrine and devotion. He and Fr. Mitch discuss the contributions of early African saints, martyrs and writers to Christianity.
Fr. Mitch welcomes author, lawyer and consultant, Monika Jablonska, to discuss the lessons we can learn about liberty from St. John Paul II, and why his legacy and portions of his Magisterium are under attack today.
Fr. Mitch welcomes Karl Schultz to discuss ways to continue to encourage Catholics about the importance of biblical literacy, and how all aspects of the faith are deeply rooted in God's Holy Word.
BISHOP ERIK VARDEN, OSCO
Fr. Mitch welcomes Bishop Erik Varden of the Diocese of Trondheim in Norway to discuss his ministry as a Bishop and the many ways he shepherds his flock, including online, through his website, Coram Fratribus.
John Bursch gives an insightful analysis of modern culture's embrace of gender ideology, and explains how the Church teaches everything we need to know about human sexuality and our identity as sons and daughters of God.