Saving Africa – Why EWTN Programming Matters

Did you know that the U.S. Government is pressuring African nations to accept same-sex marriages, abortion, contraception and more?

George Wirnkar, EWTN's Regional Manager in Africa.

George Wirnkar, EWTN’s Regional Manager in Africa.

“Countries which have stood up [against these practices] have been [labeled] as undemocratic and disrespectful of human rights,” said George Wirnkar, EWTN’s Regional Manager in Africa, who was at EWTN’s headquarters in Irondale this week. “Western media is insinuating that countries which depend on the U.S. Government for financial aid also have to listen to the U.S. Government when it speaks about aspects of ‘good governance’ and democracy. They are insinuating that there will be suspension of aid or denial of aid to countries that refuse to comply with U.S. Government requirements for ‘a more open society.’ There is clearly a concerted effort to break down the family, to make it something that has no form as God intended it.”

Amazingly, Wirnkar said most African dialects don’t even have a word for abortion – that’s how foreign the concept is to the African way of living and thinking.

“It’s a question of culture,” Wirnkar said. “Most African traditions don’t even conceive of a man and a man getting married – irrespective of religious influences – or of two people living together before they are married. It’s considered a desecration of the earth – it could bring a curse on the people – and so is abortion.”

Unfortunately, Wirnkar said TV and radio stations are bringing in more and more secular programming from the West, which introduces social permissiveness to people, eroding morals and family values.

Fr. Maruice Emelus, host of "The Church in Africa," with some of his fans during the 2013 EWTN Family Celebration in Birmingham, Ala.

Fr. Maruice Emelu, host of “The Church in Africa” on EWTN with some fans of his wildly popular series during the 2013 EWTN Family Celebration in Birmingham, Ala.

“We need to find ways of building Catholic TV and radio,” Wirnkar said. “If we don’t fill the airwaves with value-based programs, they are going to fill it with junk and that is exactly what is happening.”

This makes EWTN’s mission more important than ever. As Wirnkar said, “EWTN has been airing programs that have been supporting the same values, the same teachings, and the same Church for 35 years.”

With your help, your Network, EWTN, will continue in its mission to share “the Splendor of Truth” – in Africa, America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, the Caribbean, and everywhere in between!

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You Can Change the World: Living and Learning The Message of Fatima

New book on Fatima by Father Andrew Apostoli. Find out more below!

New book on Fatima by Father Andrew Apostoli. Find out more below!

There were more martyrs in the 20th Century than in all the previous centuries combined – and the deaths continue apace.

Religious persecution and marginalization are no longer the just the problem of our European brothers and sisters, but have become a daily reality for American Catholics who dare to actually practice the faith.

Around the world, religious wars are being fought, and famine among people of faith is spreading. For Christians, this just may be the worst time globally in the history of mankind.

But what can one person do?

If you listen to the messages that Our Lady of Fatima proclaimed in the 20th Century, the answer for Catholics is plenty!

“While Our Lady of Fatima came for all of God’s children and to save all of our souls, the requests she made are specifically Catholic,” said Deacon Bob Ellis, National Coordinator of the World Apostolate of Fatima. “Who else has rosaries, scapulars, and the Eucharist?”

World Apostolate of Fatima Executive Director David M. Carollo, National Director Deacon Bob Ellis, and Communications Director David Greiner at EWTN. "We are a publivc association of the faithful," says Corollo. "We speak as the voice of the Vatican, the church, on Fatima. We want people to learn, live and spread the message of Fatima."

World Apostolate of Fatima Executive Director David M. Carollo, National Director Deacon Bob Ellis, and Communications Director David Greiner at EWTN. “We are a public association of the faithful,” says Corollo. “We speak as the voice of the Vatican, the church, on Fatima. We want people to learn, live and spread the message of Fatima.”

This doesn’t make us better, but it does make us more responsible for changing the world, which is the message of the World Apostolate of Fatima (WAF), one of many organizations that have come to EWTN in the past few weeks to film an episode of EWTN’s new series, “The Church Universal,” which is slated to air in the Fall of 2014. Watch for WAF Executive Director David M. Carollo, and Communications Director David Greiner in addition to Deacon Ellis.

“We are a public association of the faithful,” says Corollo. “We speak as the voice of the Vatican, the church, on Fatima. We want people to learn, live and spread the message of Fatima.”

What is the message? “Our Lady came to save souls from hell and to bring peace,” said Deacon Ellis. “Both of those things are accomplished through the conversion of sinners. When you turn away from sin, you are saved from hell and peace will come to the world. The means of bringing about that conversion is reparation.”

And reparation is the message of Fatima. Those who join WAF pledge to offer up daily sacrifices for the conversion of sinners (morning offering), to pray the rosary every day, to consecrate themselves to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, to wear the Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel as a sign of their consecration and to live what it represents, and to practice the five First Saturday Communions of Reparation.

Fatima Book by the late Father Robert J. Fox. Find out more below!

Fatima Book by the late Father Robert J. Fox. Find out more below!

“We have those four things on our pledge,” said Deacon Eillis, which can be found of the organization’s website (see link below). “A fifth request is implied. Our Lady revealed to us that Jesus wants devotion to her Immaculate Heart to spread throughout the world and to be placed beside the Sacred Heart. Devotion to the Immaculate Heart consists primarily in honoring her Fatima devotional requests and derivatives thereof: total consecration and home enthronement.”

This is a serious responsibility for Catholics since Our Lady said that many people go to hell because there is no one to make reparation for their sins.

“A day doesn’t go by now that we don’t get whacked by something,” Deacon Ellis said. “This is the world we’ve built. One of the biggest issues is indifference because of ‘tolerance.’ It’s been hammered into our heads. Love the sinner, but hate the sin – but admonish the sinner. We’ve lost our voice. We’ve had this belief that good and evil can co-exist. They cannot. How much do you love a person? You want the relationship, but even more you want to save them from hell. If you have to suffer the consequences of losing some friendships — that is part of it.”

How can you learn more? WAF offers many resources through EWTN including:

A Fatima classic by Father Robjert J. Fox. Find out more below!

A Fatima classic by Father Robjert J. Fox. Find out more below!

How can you live and spread the message? Consider the following:

  • Make the pledge: http://bit.ly/1fFfBcF
  • Attend or begin a “prayer cell” in your area. Find out more at http://bit.ly/1eOFmaT.
  • Make a pilgrimage to the National Blue Army Shrine in Washington, N.J., http://bit.ly/1egSDMF, or to Fatima itself, http://bit.ly/1izAhbf.
  • Attend WAF’s Marian Eucharistic Conference May 16-18 at Ave Maria University in Florida. Speakers include EWTN’s “Sunday Night Prime” Host Fr. Andrew Apostoli, Fr. Michael Gaitley of the Divine Mercy Shrine in Stockbridge, Mass., Sr. Angela Coehlo, Vice Postulator for Canonizations of Jacinta and Francisco; WAF’s Nuno Prazeres, and Vatican Theologian & Journalist Tony Thomas with Music by Vinny Flynn and Gabi Frei. To register, go to http://bit.ly/1kFCsKy.
Statue of Our Lady of Fatima. She calls us to make reparation not only for our own sins, but those of others. Will we listen?

Statue of Our Lady of Fatima. She calls us to make reparation not only for our own sins, but those of others. Will we listen?

“Change the world” – by learning, living and spreading the message of Fatima. That’s WAF’s slogan, but it’s also the message from Our Lady of Fatima.

“This isn’t an option,” said Deacon Ellis. “Change the world or the world will absorb you and will kill you and your culture. The promise is that [ultimately] this won’t happen. They are winning battles; we will win the war. You can win, but you can suffer a lot of casualties. Do yourself a favor and change the world – because we are all capable of it.”

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Sneak Peek: Who Are “The Catholic Daughters” And What Are They Doing At EWTN?

Each chapter or "court" of The Catholic Daughters of the Americas picks a project in which to be involved. In this case, it's helping build houses with Habitat of Humanity!

Each chapter or “court” of The Catholic Daughters of the Americas picks a project in which to be involved. In this case, it’s helping build houses with Habitat for Humanity!

They build houses with Habitat for Humanity.

March in front of abortion clinics.

Weave blankets for soldiers in Afghanistan.

Make “cancer hats” for those who have lost their hair during cancer treatments – and much more.

They are the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, one of the oldest Catholic women’s organizations in the world – and they, along with a large number of other Catholic apostolates, were at EWTN last week taping a new series called “The Church Universal,” which will air on the Network this fall.

Catholic Daughters of the Americas National Regent-Elect Shirley Seyfried & National Regent Anne Nelson filming an episode of EWTN's "The Church Universal" with Host Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe. The series will begin airing in the fall.

Catholic Daughters of the Americas National Regent-Elect Shirley Seyfried & National Regent Anne Nelson filming an episode of EWTN’s “The Church Universal” with Host Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe. The series will begin airing in the fall.

The series is your chance to learn — or hear more — about the work of some great Catholics organizations. And who knows? You may just decide to join one of them!

“Inside EWTN” will be profiling a number of these groups over the next few weeks! First up is Catholic Daughters’ National Public Relations Director Tom Panas, who works out of the organization’s New York headquarters.

“One of the benefits to a woman who might be interested in joining is that they get the support of a national organization: 70,000 women in 42 states!” Panas said. “At the same time, their charitable activity, their spiritual activity, and their ‘woman time’ activity is local and tailored to their culture. They can create or customize for themselves how they want to be Catholic Daughter.”

Two junior members carry the "Catholic Daughters of the Americas" banner during the 2014 March for Life in Washington, D.C.

Two junior members carry the “Catholic Daughters of the Americas” banner during the 2014 March for Life in Washington, D.C.

During the monthly meetings, each court, as the local groups are known,

  • Prays: Some say a rosary, some simply pray together.
  • Decides on the charitable activity they want to support: One or more depending on the size of the group.
  • Spends time socializing and sharing their faith or, as one member called it, “woman time.”

There are as many different types of additional activities as the local court wants. Some enjoy monthly breakfasts or lunches. One court recently held a social tea fundraiser, where members dressed up in the broad hats of the Victorian era! Many of the Catholic Daughters travel to Washington, D.C. each year for the March for Life and the Vigil Mass that precedes it.

And members of all the courts are invited to the biannual national convention. This year, it’s in Montana – and, as always, spouses are welcome.

Three female midshipmen at The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. are members of the Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas.

Three female midshipmen at The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. are members of the Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas.

There is also a Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas, for youth aged 8 to 18. “They visit people in nursing homes, bring Christmas cookies to the homebound, and more,” Panas said.

Sound interesting? Check them out at www.catholicdaughters.org/.

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Cardinal Dolan Reveals His Most Memorable Lenten Practice

New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan shares his most memorable Lenten practice!

New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan shares his most memorable Lenten practice! (Photo credit: Bachrach@2012)

EWTN recently visited the offices of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan to film a series of one-minute Lenten reflections. After listening to his many insights about Lent, we wondered if there were any practices he had found particularly helpful in his own Lenten journeys. So, after filming this series of reflections, which we call “A Lenten Journey With Timothy Cardinal Dolan,” we asked! (Note: Look for these spots to air on EWTN throughout the day during Lent. You will also find them on our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/ewtn beginning March 5.)

“I had the honor of living in Rome for 11 years,” Cardinal Dolan said. “Rome has a Lenten practice that dates back 15 or 16 centuries! It’s called the Lenten Station Churches of Rome. Each of the 40 days has a designated church as the goal of pilgrimage. When I was a seminarian, and when I returned to the North American College as rector, we did that as a whole college.

“It was a great act of prayer that we would worship at these most sacred sites that have been the gathering place of Christians on that particular day in Rome for 16 centuries! That was the prayer. It was also a penance. We had to get up a lot earlier. We had to walk through Rome in the rain and the wind and the drizzle. That was a penance. It was also an act of love and service because we would gather people with us in hospitality. We would try to bring the sick in, the poor in, and try to give a good example of friendship and reconciliation to everybody.

“Those Lenten station churches for me provided an extraordinarily memorable Lent, fulfilling each of those three mandates we have from Jesus himself for a good Lent: prayer, sacrifice, and service to others.”

Wow! Outside of moving to Rome for Lent, how can we make this idea relevant for those of us who live elsewhere?

Here are a few suggestions:

  • George WEigel's latest book, "Roman Pilgrimage,' can help you make a better Lent! Find it at www.Bit.ly/Mtm2sA.

    George WEigel’s latest book, “Roman Pilgrimage,’ can help you make a better Lent! Find it at http://www.Bit.ly/Mtm2sA.

    Make a virtual pilgrimage. Papal Biographer George Weigel’s latest book is “Roman Pilgrimage: The Station Churches,” www.Bit.ly/Mtm2sA. There is a “chapter” containing only a few pages for every day of Lent. While each day contains a wonderful description of a particular Station Church, what you really get is a discussion of the day’s Mass readings and the Office of the Readings and how you can apply them to your Lenten pilgrimage.

  • Make a pilgrimage to your diocesan churches. How many churches have you visited in your own diocese? Weigel’s book notes that: “In the station church pilgrimage’s early form, the statio [station] appointed for each day was not the church buliding…but the martyr buried at that site.” Every Catholic church in every diocese of the world is named after Our Lord, Our Lady or a saint. Why not visit some of them and reflect on that saint’s contribution to the Church? How might you incorporate a key teaching of that saint into your own life? (Get tons of information about “Saints and other holy people” at http://www.ewtn.com/saintsHoly/.) You might want to begin or end your Lenten pilgrimage at your diocesan Cathedral. To find churches near you, check out your diocesan website or go to www.masstimes.org, where you will find a list of all the Catholic churches near you. (It doesn’t cover the whole world, but it does cover many countries.) There’s so much to be learned!
  • Read about station churches online at www.ewtn.com. Go to the search box at the top of EWTN’s website and type in “Station Churches.” Up will pop a list of articles from “EWTN News” and “The National Catholic Register.” It’s a great way to learn more about your faith – and, who knows? It may just lead you on a Lenten pilgrimage to other interesting articles and books!

So these are just a few ways you could make the Cardinal’s favorite Lenten practice work in your own hometown. Got some ideas yourself? Please share them!

And don’t miss the rest of Cardinal Dolan’s interview about how to make a good Lent in next week’s issue of “Wings,” EWTN’s free e-newsletter. Sign up at www.ewtn.com. (Scroll down towards the bottom of the right hand side of the web page and enter your email address.)

God bless Family!

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Padre Pio TV Visits EWTN

Did you know that the Capuchin Franciscans have a television network in San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy called Teleradio Padre Pio or, more popularly, Padre Pio TV? EWTN has not only visited Padre Pio TV, but aired a special Mass last year on the Feast of Padre Pio (Sept. 23) with English, Spanish and French commentary provided especially for us by our friends from Italy!

Some of the members of the Padre Pio TV team who traveled from San Giovanni Rotondo to EWTN's headquarters in Alabama!
Some of the members of the Padre Pio TV team who traveled from San Giovanni Rotondo to EWTN’s headquarters in Alabama!

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, executives from Padre Pio TV, including Father Francesco Daniele Colacelli, Provincial Minister of the Province of Sant’Angelo and Padre Pio, and Teleradio Padre Pio President Fr. Mariano Di Vito, visited EWTN’s headquarters in Irondale, Alabama.

They toured the campus, appeared on the EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network, and met with EWTN President Doug Keck and others to discuss how we might work together to promote Padre Pio around the world!

“Together, Mother Angelica and Padre Pio, together with Pope Francis, and in the name of Saint Francis, must continue the work of evangelization, of spreading the Good News,” said Father Mariano Di Vito, President of the Voice of Padre Pio Foundation and Director of Padre Pio TV.

Padre Pio TV began broadcasting in 1999, and is now available on satellites covering Europe, North America and the Middle East, as well as the U.S. and Canada.

Father Mariano says the Network’s most popular program by far is the morning Mass and rosary, which is viewed by half a million people in Italy, as well as the evening Mass and rosary. In addition to devotions, which include a big celebration on both the vigil and feast of Padre Pio, the network offers programs that explain the Catholic faith and that help people with the social problems they face. For instance, Padre Pio TV has aired programs about curing various diseases in children and about a Capuchin home for people with disabilities.

Both the television and a magazine, “Voice of Padre Pio,” (which is printed in six languages!) help to educate people about Padre Pio and his teachings as well as with the social problems they face.

The apostolate includes about 3,000 prayer groups, each of which has a spiritual director appointed by the bishop of the diocese in which it resides. Prayer groups meet the 23rd of each month for Mass, the rosary, catechesis, and the performance of charitable works.

Find out more about their U.S. apostolate at http://www.voiceofpadrepiousa.com/home/.

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EWTN Presents ‘Trustful Surrender’ – A Don’t Miss ‘Catholics Come Home’ Special

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 the field, he made a doctor’s appointment to find out why. What he didn’t expect was that, at the age of 33, he would be diagnosed with ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. This incurable disease affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Jeff was given two to five years to live. That was two years ago.

Jeff Van Brunt, father of four, talks about what he has learned since he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in the 60 minute EWTN special "Trustful Surrender." Airs 5 p.m. ET, Sunday, Nov. 24 and 11 p.m. ET, Saturday, Nov. 30 on EWTN,  Find EWTN at www.ewtn.com/channelfinder.

Jeff Van Brunt, father of four, talks about what he has learned since he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease in the 60 minute EWTN special “Trustful Surrender.” Airs 5 p.m. ET, Sunday, Nov. 24 and 11 p.m. ET, Saturday, Nov. 30 on EWTN, Find EWTN at http://www.ewtn.com/channelfinder.

In a one-hour special to air 5 p.m. ET, Sunday, Nov. 24 and 11 p.m. ET, Saturday, Nov. 30 on EWTN, “Catholics Come Home” Founder Tom Peterson interviews Jeff to find out what he has learned since the diagnosis. The result is a powerful guide for how to live life knowing that our time on earth is finite. Death may come sooner or later; it may be expected or unexpected; the cause will vary, but as his priest reminded him, “No one gets out of this life alive.” This special is well worth seeing. Record it; watch it, perhaps in spurts. Mull it over; take it to heart. It could change your life.

Something amazing happened when Jeff first received his diagnosis. He says he received an infusion of grace which allowed him to see very clearly where the devil is after him in his life – and in the lives of those he cares about. “One of those things I always need to remember: it’s a battle for each of our souls.” He says he immediately went to confession, “a confession where I wasn’t holding anything back.”

Jeff says more recently he wanted to go to confession again. He’s at a point now where he walks with a “huge limp” and often shuffles. When he gets nervous, he says the shuffle gets worse. He walked into his church and saw a long line of people. He knew them all and that made him nervous. So instead of getting in line, he went straight to a kneeler. He told himself he would wait until everyone left and then he would go to confession. But as he knelt there, he got “an infusion of grace,” which soon had him back on his feet and shuffling past the line. He says: “I heard laughter and praise – from the angels and saints in heaven. I won that battle of grace in line!”

What a great image for all of us to imagine! We’re all on a heavenly stage and our brothers and sisters in heaven are cheering for us!

Unlike some sick people, Jeff did not lose faith after receiving his diagnosis, although he says a priest  helped him see that he was asking the wrong questions. He wanted to understand why he was sick and he wondered if God still healed. He learned that the question he should be asking is “What are you doing for the greater glory of God in the time you have left?” As Jeff says, “That’s not just a question for sick people.”

Jeff says that he now sees that the sins we all deal with “are just distractions – tripping you up and slowing you down from what you are supposed to do.” He says these distractions “weigh you down to prevent you from being who you are supposed to be for the honor and glory of God.”

This is just a taste of this amazing interview. Please don’t miss it. You’ll not only want to tell your family and friends about it, you’ll want to record it for future viewings. No bells and whistles. No flashy background. Just the Truth. Something we all need to hear.

God bless you Family!

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Cardinal Dolan’s Brother Is Here: ‘Choice’ in Milwaukee; Inside the Papal Conclave & More!

For most Americans, the word “choice” has become a synonym for abortion. But in Wisconsin, when someone asks if you are for or against “choice,” they’re most likely talking about the state’s school voucher program, a program that funds what is now the largest Catholic school in the country.

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Bob Dolan, a television and radio producer and host who also happens to be the brother of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan, is producing yet another series for EWTN. This one is about St. Anthony School in Milwaukee, the largest Catholic school in the country, which is funded by the state’s Parental Choice Program; in other words, vouchers!

Bob Dolan, brother of New York’s Cardinal Dolan and a TV and Radio producer who owns his own production company, is here this week working on a new EWTN series (“my fifth or sixth”) about St. Anthony School in Milwaukee, a school for poor children whose parents could not afford to send them to Catholic school under any other circumstances. The school educates about 2,000 kids from pre-school through high school.

“People in Wisconsin either love or hate choice,” Dolan says. “Every time there’s an election, that’s the question. Our current governor, Scott Walker, loves the Parental Choice Program. A large majority of kids go to St. Anthony because of the Choice program. We’re telling this story because so many Catholic schools are not making it. Here, we have the opposite. It’s a hopeful story for the rest of us. It can still be done in 2013.”

The experience in Wisconsin proves that vouchers can work!

While Bob was here, I couldn’t resist asking him what it was like being Cardinal Dolan’s brother during the papal conclave. I knew he had been bombarded by the press because, as EWTN’s Communications Director, I fielded a fair number of calls from the media during that time who wanted Bob’s phone number. [For the curious, we passed on messages, but did NOT give out his phone number!]

“It was nerve wracking and exciting,” Bob said. “Family members read the same things everyone else read. The media said there were 10 or 15 Cardinals [up for election] and he was one of them. But we didn’t buy into it because we had talked to him! Even though we weren’t thinking about it, there is an hour between the white smoke [going up] and the man on the balcony; it was the longest hour of my life. You couldn’t help but think, ‘What if? How life would change for him and for us!’ It was a remarkable experience!”

Bob says his brother obviously couldn’t say much about the conclave. “But he did tell me it was the most emotional and spiritual experience he’s ever had in the conclave,” Bob said. “He said you could literally feel the presence of the Holy Spirit!”

Cardinal Timothy Dolan is the oldest of five children while Bob is smack in the middle. For years, Bob hosted a popular morning drive talk radio program in Milwaukee – and when his brother was Archbishop of Milwaukee, Bob says the two of them co-hosted a television show for three years called “Living Our Faith.”

Says Bob: “It was the first and only time we’ve ever worked together. My brother is good on camera, so there was no holding his hand. I may have been the media professional, but he ran away with the show. It was a blast!”

Readers: What do YOU want to know about EWTN, our hosts, employees and programs? This blog is for you!

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