In this program, Colleen hosts a discussion with Ramesh Ponnuru, the Senior Editor of National Review Online and Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and John Carr, Director of Georgetown University's Initiative on Catholic Social … [More]
On this week's Vaticano, Pope Francis releases Evangelii Gaudium, a letter to guide the missionary push he'd like to see in the Church. Also, we follow him to a Roman parish where he confirms nine young people. Two high profile world leaders pay … [More]
Host Doug Keck welcomes Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC to discuss his book "Under the Mantle - Marian Thoughts from a 21st Century Priest", explaining his personal insights on the Eucharist, prayers, reflections and what it means to be "under Mary's … [More]
HEADLINE NEWS OF THE WEEK, plus: BISHOP ROBERT MORLINO, of the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin on Pope Francis' first Apostolic Exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium, and the media controversy over the Pope's comments on subjects including evangelization, … [More]
In this program, Colleen Carroll Campbell interviews the Becket Fund's Lori Windham, an attorney representing Hobby Lobby, about the company's challenge to the federal contraceptive mandate that is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Viewers meet a … [More]
Jeff Van Brunt is a husband and father of four whose identity was very much bound up in his athletic prowess. He particularly enjoyed competitive men's soccer. So when he noticed that his feet and hands seemed to be giving out on him when he was on … [More]
Joseph was a cradle-Catholic, but fell away from the Church after his father was shot and killed by the British Army. He tells Marcus he finally accepted Patricia's invitation to her weekly prayer group and his faith was restored.
On this week's Vaticano, Pope Francis concludes the Year of Faith with thousands of faithful in St. Peter's Square and millions more tuning in around the globe. Archbishop Rino Fisichella looks back at the fruits of the year gone by. This, plus … [More]
HEADLINE NEWS OF THE WEEK, plus: DR. WALID PHARES on the Iran nuclear deal. BISHOP MACRAM GASSIS, bishop emeritus of the EL Obeid Diocese, on the recent bombing attack on his people in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Actor and star of Person of … [More]
In this program, Colleen Carroll Campbell interviews Archbishop Jose Gomez (Los Angeles), chairman of the U.S. Bishops' Committee on Migration, about immigration reform. She discusses the rising popularity of the "Slow Food" movement and Christian … [More]
Host Doug Keck welcomes author Amy Welborn to discuss her children's book 'Bambinelli Sunday - A Christmas Blessing,' the story of a lonely little boy who creates a figurine of the Baby Jesus for the Nativity Scene to have blessed by the Holy Father.
This week on Vaticano, the new Secretary of State begins his first day of work. Pope Francis distributes boxes of what he calls "medicine" to wrap up the Year of Faith. He also pays a visit to the Italian president across Rome, ordains a new bishop … [More]
Host Doug Keck welcomes Dr. Scott Hahn to discuss his book "Consuming the Word - The New Testament and The Eucharist in the Early Church", which examines many basic terms in Christianity and how the authors, preachers and hearers approached it.
HEADLINE NEWS OF THE WEEK, plus: JIM CAVIEZEL, actor and star of The Passion of The Christ in an exclusive interview with Raymond about his career, faith and his current hit TV series, Person of Interest, on CBS. MICHAEL COREN, host of "The Arena" … [More]
In this program, Colleen Carroll Campbell sits down with Senator Rick Santorum to discuss Catholics in politics and pop culture, and his own political future. She interviews San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, Chairman of the U.S. Bishops … [More]
Fr. Mark and Doug welcome musician Tajci and her husband and producer Matthew Cameron to talk about their narrative programs such as "I Thirst - the Crucifixion Story", "Emmanuel - the Story of Christmas" and "Let it Be - the Story of Mary"
On this week's Vaticano, the Holy See makes preparations for next year's synod meetings that will focus on the pastoral care of the family. Pope Francis welcomes the sick and disabled as a precious treasure in the Church. The Pontifical Commission … [More]