SCRIPTURE AND TRADITION WITH FR. MITCH PACWA

EWTN Favorite and Scripture Scholar Fr. Mitch Pacwa analyzes Church Traditions and Teachings in light of Sacred Scripture during this weekly live program.
2024-05-28
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 55
While discussing Christ?'s establishment of the Sacrament of Confession, Fr. Mitch examines how the benefits of Reconciliation can also come with certain risks.
2024-05-21
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 54
Fr. Mitch discusses Christ's Great Commission and explores how Christ corrected the apostles' cowardice by explaining the Old Testament in light of His death and resurrection.
2024-05-14
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 53
Fr. Mitch compares the apostles’ struggle to believe in Jesus’ resurrection with the present crisis where some clergy have avoided the doctrinal and moral demands of Catholicism.
2024-05-07
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 52
Fr. Mitch examines the conversation between the resurrected Jesus and the two individuals on the road to Emmaus, and the appearance of Christ to the disciples in the Upper Room.
2024-04-30
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 51
Fr. Mitch takes us back in time to the afternoon of Christ’s resurrection, as the Lord Jesus, according to St. Hegesippus, meets his own relatives and walks with them to Emmaus.
2024-04-23
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 50
Fr. Mitch analyzes the events on the day of Christ’s resurrection. The actions of priests and elders who tried to stifle the good news of the risen Christ has many parallels today.
2024-04-16
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 49
2024-04-09
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 48
As Catholics rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus on Easter, Fr. Mitch looks at the importance and meaning of this event that fulfilled the Scriptures in today’s live Bible study.
2024-04-02
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 47
Fr. Mitch goes back to the beginning of creation and the start of Christ’s earthly life to better understand His statement from the Cross at the end, when He says “It is finished…”
2024-03-26
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 46
Fr. Mitch contrasts Christ’s love for souls with the selfish desires of narcissistic clergy who have abused these souls. Plus, what was Jesus really thirsting for on the cross?
2024-03-19
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 45
Jesus’ final words on the cross show how His fulfillment of Psalm 22 reaches atheists, abuse victims and others who are suffering and feel abandoned and far from the love of God.
2024-03-12
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 44
Fr. Mitch contrasts the mockery experienced by Jesus with the love and compassion shown to Him by His mother, Mary, John the Apostle and Mary Magdalene at the foot of the Cross.
2024-03-05
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 43
In his Bible study, Fr. Mitch compares Jesus’ experience of being mocked as He hung on the cross to the mockery that many victims of abuse experience from the people around them.
2024-02-27
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 42
Fr. Mitch speaks on the implications of Jesus’ perceived guilt when he was crucified between two criminals, and how many abuse victims struggle to overcome their feeling of guilt.
2024-02-20
WHEAT AND TARES PT. 41
Fr. Mitch uses the indignity Jesus suffered during his crucifixion to illustrate how abuse victims can encounter His healing power through their shared experiences of humiliation.