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Catholic View for Women is back with new episodes on EWTN

Priests for Life

March 07, 2019


Contact:  Leslie Palma, 917-697-7039


The Catholic View for Women has returned to EWTN for a new season of provocative and informative programming.

Season 11 shows will premiere at 2 a.m. ET on Sundays, with encore performances at 11:30 p.m. ET on Sundays. Co-hosts Janet Morana, Teresa Tomeo and Elena Rodriguez have all returned for the new season.

Topics to be covered in the new 13-episode season include:

  • From Islam to Christ: Guest Derya Little will talk about her journey from her home in Turkey and her Islamic faith to her present home in the United States and her Catholic faith.
  • After Suicide: This two-part episode includes interviews with Father Chris Alar of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception and author of “Divine Mercy After Suicide.”
  • God Walks Among the Pots and Pans: A look at a new online series for stay-at-home moms.
  • The Continuing Plague of Pornography: Catholic therapist Dr. Peter Kleponis talks about the devastation that pornography addiction can cause in a family.
  • Restoring Integrity: A look at how trust can be restored to a marriage following a spouse’s addiction to pornography.
  • Family Feuds: Janet and Teresa will share deeply personal stories of family conflict and how Christians should handle these delicate situations.

“We’re so honored and grateful to be back presenting another season of programs to EWTN viewers – women, men and families,” said Mrs. Morana, the Executive Director of Priests for Life. “We strive always to present relevant topics that other networks do not tackle.”

The pastoral director for the series is Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life.

"Once again we're really trying to help today's Catholic woman find her way in the world and most importantly the Church,” Ms. Tomeo said. “Our topics this season don't shy away from challenging issues, such as the growing problem of suicide or the struggles of porn addiction.  At the same time we also provide plenty of uplifting episodes, including powerful testimonies of women finding their way into the Catholic faith.”

Ms. Rodriguez commented on the hot-topic nature of this year’s episodes.

“Suicide… someone close to you is unexplainably gone.  How do you cope with irreversible loss? Pornography… the outbreak is an epidemic.  How do you mend a marriage broken from this plague?  Family feuds… what family doesn’t have them? What should be the Christian response when no solution seems to work? These are just a few of the topics viewers are about to see on this 11th season of The Catholic View for Women.  Tune in to help you turn night into day for yourself or for someone you love.”

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