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September 4, 2009
WEEKLY FEATURE

Remembering
Mother Teresa

September was an important month in the life of St. Mother
Teresa of Calcutta. She “got the call within the call” to
leave her convent and take to the streets on Sept. 10, 1946
and she was “born into eternal life” on Sept. 5, 1997. In
the upcoming week, EWTN honors this “Saint of the Gutters”
with four special programs:

A Light in the Darkness of Our Days: St. Mother
Teresa’s long-time friend and spiritual director, Fr.
Michael van der Peet, SCJ, offers some striking reflections
on the life and spirituality of the saint. Includes a
discussion of the highly publicized “dark night of soul,”
which Father described in his best-selling book, “Mother
Teresa: Come Be My Light.” (http://bit.ly/c1bEO)
3 a.m. ET and 6:30 p.m. Sept. 4.

Remembrances of Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Colleen Carroll Campbell, host of EWTN’s “Faith and Culture
Series,” interviews some of St. Mother Teresa’s closest
companions as well as her lone surviving relative, who share
their personal experiences with this great saint. 2 p.m.
ET Sept. 5.

Mother Teresa: The Legacy: This program is an
intimate presentation of the life, ministry, and
spirituality of St. Mother Teresa. 2 a.m. ET Sept. 6, 10
a.m. ET Sept. 10 and 2 p.m. ET Sept. 12.

A Day with Mother Teresa: This program features
Mother Teresa herself, answering an array of questions
regarding politics, faith and more, during a 1981 Chicago
conference sponsored by the Institute on Religious Life.
6:30 p.m. ET Sept. 7.

 

PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK

KAROL: THE POPE, THE MAN (90 mins each)

This two-part dramatic mini-series, starring Piotr Adamczyk,
presents the life of John Paul II from the time he was elected Pope
on Oct. 16, 1978, until his death on April 2, 2005. An incredibly
human portrait of an extraordinary man, this is a story of
leadership, love, commitment and courage that will keep the memory
of John Paul II alive and well for generations to come. (Broadcast
US only)
Pt. 1: Sat 9/5/2009 8:00 PM ET / 5 PM PT
Pt. 2: Sat 9/12/2009 8:00 PM ET / 5 PM PT
PASTORAL VISIT TO VITERBO- BAGNOREGIO: SOLEMN MASS WITH POPE BENEDICT XVI – LIVE ( 2 1/2 hrs)

From Faul Valley in Viterbo, Italy,
this glorious Eucharistic Celebration will be followed by the
recitation of the “Angelus”.

Sun 9/6/09 4:00 AM ET / 1 AM PT
Sun 9/6/09 12:00 PM ET / 9 AM PT
RECLAIMING YOUR CHILDREN FOR THE FAITH ( 30 min)
So many young Catholics don’t participate in
the sacraments. Father Robert Fox gives advice on how to bring them
back.

Sat 9/5/09 6:00 AM ET / PT 3 AM
Sun 9/6/09 6:00 AM ET / PT 3 AM
Mon 9/7/09 6:00 AM ET / PT 3 AM
Tue 9/8/09 6:00 AM ET / PT 3 AM
Wed 9/10/09 6:00 AM ET / PT 3 AM
EWTN LIVE SHOWS

Live shows allow viewers to get involved via email and telephone.

FRIDAY – SEPTEMBER 4, 8PM ET / 5PM PT
THE WORLD OVER: HOST RAYMOND ARROYO
Archbishop Claudio Celli, President of the Pontifical Council for
Social Communications, & William Patrick Clark, Jr., Senior Aide to
President Ronald Reagan

SUNDAY – SEPTEMBER 6, 7PM ET / 4PM PT

SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE WITH FR. GROESCHEL


Fr. Andrew Apostoli, Host –Two
Sanctifying Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Understanding & Counsel


MONDAY – SEPTEMBER 7, 8PM ET / 5PM PT

THE JOURNEY HOME: HOST MARCUS GRODI
Dr. Ronda Chervin,
Jewish convert


TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 8, 8PM ET / 4PM PT
MOTHER ANGELICA LIVE CLASSIC
Inclusive Language

TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 8, 10PM ET / 7PM PT
THRESHOLD OF HOPE: HOST FR. MITCH PACWA

WEDNESDAY – SEPTEMBER 9, 8PM ET / 5PM PT
EWTN LIVE: HOST FR. MITCH PACWA
Fr. Gabriel B. O’Donnell, OP –
The
causes of Rose Hawthorne and Ven. Fr. McGivney

THURSDAY – SEPTEMBER 10, 8PM ET / 5PM PT
LIFE ON THE ROCK: FR. MARK & DOUG BARRY
– Fr. Tom Vander Woude.
His father died while saving the life of
his brother, who has Down Syndrome.



All Times US Eastern & Pacific

BOOKMARK


ALL THINGS GIRL; ALL THINGS GUY

Teresa Tomeo and Molly Miller

This
week’s “Bookmark” presents an exciting new series of books for young
girls, encouraging them to make their relationship with God a
priority when navigating the world of friends, boys, make-up, and
manners. Host Doug Keck emphasizes the importance of a truly
Catholic perspective on living one’s youth as a daughter of the
King.



Click to view and order this series

More from EWTN Bookmark

RELIGIOUS CATALOGUE HOME VIDEO HIGHLIGHT
FEATURED ITEM WEEK
OF SEPTEMBER 4

This Marian collection by Monica and Bill Dodds draws
upon Scripture, theology, art, history, and literature to
form a complete treasury of information related to
apparitions, feast days, liturgical celebrations,
organizations and associations, customs, doctrine, devotions
and more. Complete and thorough,

it contains everything from the
secret revelation at Fatima to a description of rosemary, an
herb that has been associated with Our Lady since the Middle
Ages.

This September, relive the joy of the EWTN family’s coming
together Aug. 8 & 9 in Birmingham, Ala., for a weekend
of talks by Marcus Grodi, Fr. Wade Menezes, Barbara
McGuigan,
our own Raymond Arroyo, and the
Crossing the Goal team
led by Danny Abramowicz. Our EWTN
home video also features homilies from Saturday and Sunday
masses, Bill Steltemeier and Fr. Joseph’s Family
Corner
, and much more.
 
"Off Camera"
NEW
EWTN On The Road
"Joan’s Rome"
Insights and Observations from the Heart of the Church
"Seen & Unseen"
Raymond Arroyo’s News Blog
"Power & Witness"
Fr. Mark’s Blog
"A Catholic Journalist in London"
Joanna Bogle
Podcasting
Monthly podcast for
August:



Christ In The City

New in the Audio Library:


The Good Fight – MP3
 
 


Father Edward McNamara – Blessed Sacrament Under Glass


ZENIT – Seal of Confession Goes on Trial


Pope Benedict XVI – St John Mary Vianney


Sr Gabriella Yi – Finish Your Life on the Cross 


Cardinal James Francis Stafford – Franciscan Fraternity a
Model for All Families


Fr Paul Murray, OP – The Experience of God According to St
Bernard of Clairvaux


Archbishop Robert Sarah – Federation of Asian Bishops’
Conference: Ninth Plenary Assembly
   
 


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