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Faith & Culture

Television airtimes in North America:

Weeknights at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. Pacific.


About the show

An international television and radio interview show now in its seventh season, “Faith & Culture” helps viewers move beyond the day’s headlines, consider contentious debates from a Christian perspective, and learn to explain and defend Christian principles in the public square. Join host Colleen Carroll Campbell each week as she travels to cities across America to discuss today’s most pressing social and political issues with leading authors, artists, activists, and public intellectuals. The television show airs three times weekly on the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). The radio show airs on EWTN Global Radio Network, Sirius Satellite Radio and Relevant Radio. EWTN is the world’s largest religious media network, transmitting programs to more than 225 million homes in 144 countries and territories.


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Airtimes and viewing information

TV: “Faith & Culture”airs on television in the U.S. and Canada each weeknight at 6 p.m. Eastern (3 p.m. Pacific) on EWTN. Information about the show’s international air times can be found here; find your continent and click “grids.”

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Radio:“Faith & Culture” airs on radio Saturdays at 6 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. CT and Sundays at 6 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. CT on EWTN global radio and
Sirius Satellite Channel 160. The show also airs Sundays at 4:30 p.m. CT on Relevant Radio. Check local listings as times may vary.

To find a list of EWTN radio affiliates, click here.

 



2013 programs and guests

William McGurn
Defending unpopular truths

Dr. Elizabeth Lev
Art appreciation as evangelization

Glenn Stanton
The Catholic-evangelical alliance for marriage

Dr. William Thierfelder
Athletics and the Christian life

Mother Agnes Mary Donovan, S.V.
The public witness of consecrated women

Dawn Eden
Spiritual healing for abuse victims

Fr. Roger J. Landry
Making the case against contraception

Dr. Christopher Tollefsen
The natural law and today’s debates

Dr. Elizabeth Kantor
Jane Austen’s wisdom for Christian singles

Elizabeth Scalia
Contemplation in a hyper-connected world


Past programs and guests

Erika Bachiochi
The pro-woman case against abortion

Dr. James Stenson
How to be a parent leader

Dr. Angela Franks
The feminist case against contraception

Jim Towey
Catholic identity in higher education

Dr. Jem Sullivan
Evangelizing a visual culture

Dr. Patrick Fagan
The social costs of pornography

Dr. Laura Garcia
The feminist case for Catholic teaching on women

Dr. Peter Kreeft
The ecumenism of orthodoxy

Br. Rahl Bunsa and Br. Sam Gunn
Campus ministry to lapsed Catholics

Sally Thomas
The case for Catholic homeschooling

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse
Promoting Marriage on Campus

Danielle Rose Skorich
Music and the New Evangelization

Dr. Richard Johnson
The Spiritual Benefits of Aging

Eileen Haupt and Leticia Velasquez
Keeping Infants with Down Syndrome

Bishop Robert Hermann
The Charismatic Renewal and the New Evangelization

Deacon John Green
Ministering to Men on the Streets

Leah Darrow
Modeling and Modesty

Dr. William Brennan
Dehumanizing Language

Elizabeth M. Kelly
Looking to Heaven

Dr. Lawrence Feingold
Art and Conversion

Leon Suprenant
Reclaiming Vatican II

Dr. Leonard Rybak
Conscience Rights

Dr. Dianne Traflet
The Spirituality of St. Edith Stein

Bishop Robert Hermann
Joyful Culture Warriors

Tom Peterson
Sharing our Catholic story

Wesley J. Smith
Animal Rights Extremism

Dr. Meg Meeker
The Different Needs of Boys and Girls

Carl Landwehr
Marketing the Pro-Life Message

Martin and Mae Duggan
The Future of School Choice

Rev. Robert Barron
Beige Christianity and Bold Evangelization

Dr. Thomas F. Madden
Setting the Record Straight on the Middle Ages

Deanna Witkowski
Music as a Form of Prayer

Nancy Valko
The Push for Euthanasia in Health Care

Dr. Russell R. Reno
Spiritual Stability in an Age of Seekers

Rev. Joseph Classen
Appreciating Nature the Catholic Way

Kevin O’Brien
Catholic Theater Revival

Patrick Madrid
The Future of Catholic Apologetics

Dr. Meg Meeker
Habits of Happy Mothers

Dr. Patrick Lee
Why Bodies Matter

Archbishop Robert Carlson
Defending Marriage

Dinesh D’Souza
Refuting the New Atheists

Dr. Roger Scruton
Defending Western Culture

Kathryn Lopez
Catholics in Political Journalism

Dr. Ralph McInerny
Links between Fiction and Philosophy

Eric Brende
Technology Addiction

Dr. Thomas Farr
Promoting Religious Freedom

Steven Mosher
Population Control

Dr. Freda Oben
St. Edith Stein’s Christian Feminism

Victoria Thorn
Post-Abortion Healing

Richard Thompson
Legal Threats to Religious Liberty

Dr. Allan Carlson
The Roots of Today’s Family Crisis

Cassandra DeBenedetto
Students for Chastity

Deirdre McQuade
Pro-Life Progress Despite Political Losses

Sheila Liaugminas
Christians Consuming Secular Media

Rev. Thomas Dubay, S.M.
Beauty Matters

Dr. David Solomon
Catholic Culture on Campus

Duncan Stroik
The Renewal of Sacred Architecture

Thomas Levergood
Reviving the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

Sen. Rick Santorum
The Future of the Pro-Life, Pro-Family Movement

Dr. Edmund Pellegrino
The Future of Medicine and Medical Ethics

Rev. Richard Neuhaus
Faith and Values in Politics

Maggie Gallagher
The Gay Marriage Debate

Mary Eberstadt
Home-Alone America

Brent Bozell
Anti-Catholic Media Bias

Dawn Eden
The Challenge of Chastity

Dr. Paul Vitz
Reconciling Christianity and Psychology

Ramesh Ponnuru
Myths of the Culture of Death

Steven Greydanus
The Gospel According to Hollywood

Richard Doerflinger
The Human Cloning Debate

Dr.Steven Rhoads
Why Sex Differences Matter

Mother Agnes Mary Donovan, S.V.
Pro-Woman Sisters of Life

Dr. Michael Brescia
Compassionate Care for the Dying

Danielle Bean
Catholic Families in Cyberspace

Dr. Brad Wilcox
How Faith Shapes Husbands and Fathers

Dr.William May
End-of-Life Ethics

Dr. Joe Loconte
The International Human Rights Debate

Marjorie Dannenfelser
Pro-Life Women in Politics

Dr. Peter Lawler
The American Soul

Anna Halpine
Youth Defending Human Dignity

Sr. Nirmala Joshi, M.C.
In the Footsteps of Mother Teresa

Rev. Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C.
The Dark Night of Mother Teresa

Chuck Colson
Evangelicals and Catholics Together

Helen Alvare
The Church in the Public Square

Ed Whelan
The Future of the Supreme Court

Serrin Foster
Pro-Life Feminism

Patrick Reilly
Catholic Identity on Campus

Jim Towey
The Future of Compassionate Conservatism

Dr. Mary Shivanandan
A New Christian Vision of Marriage

Michael Novak
The Faith of America’s Founding Fathers

Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke
Catholics at the Ballot Box

Dr. Robert P. George
Why Marriage Matters

Barbara Elliott
Faith in the Streets

Dr. Gregory Beabout
John Paul II and the Dignity of Work

Dr. Raymond Dennehy
Debating Abortion

Suzanne Venker
The Mommy Wars

Mitch Muncy
Managing the Media

Dr. John Haas
The Ethics of Infertility

Helen Hull Hitchcock
How Liturgy Shapes Culture

Christopher West
Romantic Love and Love of God

Dr. J. Budziszewski
Moral Truths We Can’t Not Know

Dolores Meehan and Eva Muntean
The Walk for Life West Coast

Wesley J. Smith
Death with Dignity

Daniel diSilva
The Christian Artist

Dr. Stephen Barr
God and the Scientist

Phyllis Schlafly
Grassroots Activism 101

Mark Brumley
Catholic Literature in the Internet Age

Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk, Ph.D
Making Sense of Stem Cells

Dr. James Hitchcock
Runaway Judges

Also:
Genevieve Kineke
Dale O’Leary
Teresa Tomeo
Elizabeth Kirk
Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle
The Dignity of Women
(Special four-part roundtable series)