Father Elias Leyds, CSJ. | Credit: EWTN News

EWTN Mourns Death of Father Elias Leyds, "heart" of Low Countries Apostolate

Jan 25, 2024

The Eternal Word Television Network this week mourned the unexpected death of Father Elias Leyds, CSJ, the founder of EWTN Low Countries.

Rev. Thomas Petri, O.P. is President of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. | Credit: EWTN News Nightly Dec. 14, 2023

Moral Theologian on New Cremation Guidance: "Reverence for body" Still Paramount

Dec 15, 2023

Catholic Church teaching on “reverence for the body” must still be at the center of any decisions related to a loved one’s ashes. 

Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher. | Daniel Ibáñez/CNA

Vatican-China Deal "not the best deal possible," Top Holy See Diplomat Says

Mar 14, 2023

The Vatican’s foreign minister has said that the Vatican-China deal was “not the best deal possible” and that negotiations are underway to make the deal “work better.”

EWTN CEO Michael P. Warsaw delivers the keynote address at conclusion of “Journalism in a Post-Truth World,” a conference held March 10-11, 2023, at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., co-sponsored by EWTN News and Franciscan University of Steubenville. | Shannon Mullen/CNA

Catholic Journalists Called to be "truth tellers": EWTN Chief Executive Officer

Mar 13, 2023

Catholic journalists are “called to do our part to be truth tellers,” even in the face of rising intolerance toward religious belief, traditional moral values, and the very idea that objective truth even exists, EWTN CEO Michael P. Warsaw said Saturday.

From left to right: Shannon Mullen, editor-in-chief of the National Catholic Register; Kelsey Wicks, executive director of the ACI Group; and Jeanette De Melo, executive director of the National Catholic Register and Catholic News Agency. | EWTN News

EWTN Restructures Domestic News Outlets, Aims to Further U.S., Global Growth

Jan 31, 2023

EWTN Global Catholic Network has announced an organizational restructuring of its domestic digital and print news platforms that aims to further growth across the globe, including the U.S. where it is headquartered.

Cardinal Robert Sarah | Credit: Daniel Ibanez/CNA.

Guinean Cardinal Says "Religious liberty is under threat in the West, too"

Nov 27, 2022

Christians in the West should not take religious liberty and freedom of worship for granted, Cardinal Robert Sarah said in a recent interview with EWTN News.

Montserrat “Montse” Alvarado, the host of EWTN News In Depth

EWTN News to Launch Weekly Discussion Show

Mar 3, 2021

On Friday, EWTN News will launch a new weekly discussion show “EWTN News In Depth,” covering the intersection of faith and current events.

Kimberly Hahn and Montserrat Alvarado (courtesy photos)

2021 EWTN Lineup Will See New Arrivals, Some Departures

Dec 30, 2020

EWTN Global Catholic Network announced a new lineup of shows aimed at growing its programming and expand its reach on television, radio, and through its digital and news platforms.

Cardinal Antoine Kambanda receives the red hat from Pope Francis November 28, 2020. / Vatican Media.

Fostering Family “as domestic church” to Remain Priority for Rwanda’s First Cardinal

Dec 1, 2020

The new Cardinal for Rwanda, the first-ever Cardinal in the landlocked Great Rift Valley East African nation, will continue to prioritize family apostolate in what he considers the rebuilding of “internal structures” that the country requires.

Andrew Walther speaks at a Knights of Columbus state deputies’ meeting in June 2011. / Courtesy photo.

"An extraordinary legacy of service": Friends Remember EWTN News President

Nov 3, 2020

Catholic and political leaders paid tribute to the late EWTN News president Andrew Walther on Monday and Tuesday. Walther, who died Nov. 1, was remembered as a communications strategist, an advocate for persecuted Christians, a faithful Catholic, and a husband and father.

Andrew Walther, EWTN News president, who died Nov. 1, 2020. CNA file photo

EWTN News President Eulogized as “a man of deep faith,” Devoted to the Church

Nov 2, 2020

Andrew Thomas Walther, president and chief operating officer of EWTN News, died Sunday evening in New Haven, Connecticut. Remembered first as a loving husband and father, in his life’s work he was dedicated to serving the Catholic Church and defending persecuted religious minorities throughout the world. Walther was 45 years old.

Andrew Walther / Courtesy photo

EWTN Leadership Appoints New President, Chief Operating Officer for EWTN News

May 8, 2020

Global Catholic Network, the world’s largest Catholic media organization, announced Friday that Andrew Walther – an experienced Catholic journalist, media executive, and advocate for persecuted Christians – has been named president and chief operating officer of EWTN News, Inc. The appointment is effective June 1.

Pope Francis blesses Fr. Don Bosco Onyalla / Vatican Media

Pope Francis Blesses ACI Africa Initiative

Jun 27, 2019

The Apostolic blessings by the Holy Father came a couple of months before the official launch of ACI Africa.