A Service of EWTN
In Person
 
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Joseph Pronechen
Franciscan Father Lucjan Krolikowski also knew St. John Paul II.
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Solène Tadié
Father José Granados discusses the controversy over changes with the Pontifical John Paul II Institute’s new statutes.
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Lauretta Brown
The former ambassador to the Holy See outlines her new role working for her former research assistant, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as the chairwoman of the Commission on Unalienable Rights.
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Trent Beattie
Thomas Wurtz explains Varsity Catholic’s genesis and mission via FOCUS.
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K.V. Turley
Melissa Villalobos prayed: ‘Please, Cardinal Newman, make the bleeding stop!’ It did. Immediately.
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Roxanne King
The Blessed Mother showed Luca Di Tolve the way to Christ.
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Solène Tadié
Dominican Father Gérard Timoner, the first Asian leader in history of the Order of Preachers, discusses the challenges of his mission, as well as the contribution that Asia can bring to the Church, especially in dealing with the stakes and dynamics of the New Evangelization.
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Edward Pentin
Following his return from a trip to northern Iraq, Father Benedict Kiely discusses their problems and what needs to be done to assist them.
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Doreen Abi Raad
Syriac Catholic Coadjutor Archbishop Nathanael Nizar Semaan told the Register, ‘Qaraqosh and all these Christian villages are giving a big witness of their faith, how strong it is. We are here.’
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Lauretta Brown
Military archbishop is raising awareness of the persecution that religious minorities face around the world..
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Avera Maria Santo discusses with the Register the importance of community, friends and family in living out integrated sexuality.
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Lauretta Brown
In an exclusive Register interview, the archbishop discusses the plight of his people as they endure Venezuela’s ongoing political and economic crisis.
In Person
Solène Tadié
Monica Ashour, co-founder and executive director of the Theology of the Body Evangelization Team, on the key to a sound Christian anthropology of love and sexuality.
In Person
Lauretta Brown
Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman discuss how and why the pro-life film has struck a chord — despite media suppression.
In Person
Edward Pentin
In a wide-ranging interview that discusses the Pan-Amazon synod and the Church in his home country of Germany, the cardinal says Western Christianity is experiencing a crisis of faith and spiritual leadership.
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Solène Tadié
On the 94th anniversary of his death, niece Wanda Gawronska discusses some of the unknown aspects of her uncle’s life and spirituality.
World
Edward Pentin
The archbishop of Colombo says the government was warned by India that attacks on churches were coming.
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Solène Tadié
Cornell University professor Christopher Barrett, a participant at a recent Vatican conference on environmental issues, discusses with the Register the role the Church can play.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Los Angeles auxiliary bishops discusses his new book on the sex-abuse scandal, Letter to a Suffering Church, with the Register.
World
Solène Tadié
Father Bernardo Cervellera, editor of Asia News, discusses the political and spiritual dynamics in play in the pushback against the legislation, which would allow handovers to mainland China.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
Jennifer Lahl, the nurse who heads the Center for Bioethics and Culture, discusses why Steinem helped derail a New York bill that would legalize commercial surrogacy and explains how the practice exploits women.
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Joseph O’Brien
An interview with the lawyer and author of several books on assisted suicide, euthanasia and the importance of human moral worth.
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Trent Beattie
Keegan Ruddy makes his biggest rebound choosing to serve with Fellowship of Catholic University Students/Varsity Catholic.
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Solène Tadié
The Dominican director of the Thomistic Institute at the Angelicum discusses the crisis in the priesthood and the Church with the Register and provides analytical keys drawn on St. Thomas Aquinas’ thought.
World
Solène Tadié
From the war zones of Afghanistan to the 2015 terror attacks in Paris, Father Jean-Marc Fournier has been at the forefront of several of his nation’s greatest recent tragedies.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
The author of Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America From the Culture of Contempt discusses how to reclaim civil discourse.
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Trent Beattie
Architect Duncan Stroik assesses ashes and artistic ambitions of historic cathedral and other buildings.
World
Solène Tadié
Archbishop Georges Pontier of Marseille discusses the clergy abuse crisis and other issues with the Register.
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Matthew Bunson
Bishop Strickland of Tyler, Texas, embraces the truth of the faith.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Canon Andrew Petiprin wrote a book on the Church’s doctrine and realized that, like Blessed John Henry Newman, he had to embrace Christ’s call and enter the Catholic Church.