EWTN Media Missionaries

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EWTN Media Missionaries Gathering at St. Eugene’s Cathedral, April 14th, 2018. EWTN is an excellent resource for RCIA – its online library includes Vatican encyclicals, writings of the Church Fathers, historical documents, apologetics,  

 

We welcome you and invite you to join us in spreading the good word of EWTN, the world’s largest religious communications network! EWTN reaches over 250 million homes and is seen in 40 countries around the world via television, radio and internet. EWTN Media Missionaries distribute program schedules and use the huge resources of the EWTN network to evangelize our communities.

We are directed to always follow the following sequence:

  1. PRAYER
  2. ATONEMENT
  3. ACTION

Pope Francis has issued a call to holiness and encourages us to be models of JOY in our lives so that we may attract others to God. We encourage you to pray on this and see what God might inspire you to do as a missionary. No matter how little time you have, you can still pray for God’s grace to enable the EWTN effort to succeed. The network is very large so take your time and discover the vast resources EWTN has to offer.

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Despite its size there are still many Catholics who are not aware of EWTN and that’s where you come in! Share EWTN programs the way you share a good movie with your friends! Help a friend or family member discover or return to the faith – what better friend could you be than to help someone to heaven?

The primary website for the EWTN Media Missionary Program is www.EWTNmissionaries.com.

 

Here’s EWTN Media Missionary Director Jim Pinto:

What do you do with $200, a garage, and a passionate desire to spread the message of Christ throughout the world? Start a Media Network!

It all began in 1981 when Mother Angelica stepped out in Faith and transformed the garage of her Poor Clare monastery in Birmingham, Alabama, into a TV network. That humble beginning in 1981 has become the world’s largest Catholic media network, reaching more than 230 million homes in 140 countries and territories. Mother Angelica admits that building a network was never in her plans, but she says that ‘…since its founding, the Network’s mission has been to spread the ‘Eternal Word,’ and to teach others that Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” Using television, radio, the internet, and publishing, EWTN has gone global with the message of the Gospel.

Learn More:

EWTN Primary Website: www.EWTN.com

EWTN Media Missionary Website: www.EWTNmissionaries.com

EWTN Youth Website: www.ChurchPop.com

EWTN Online Library: https://www.ewtn.com/new_library/index.asp

EWTN Radio*: http://www.ewtn.com/radio/

*The Santa Rosa Diocese does not currently have a local EWTN radio station. To learn how to develop an EWTN affiliate radio station please visit ear.EWTN.com.

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