EWTN will broadcast a weekly Catholic Bible study with a well-known scholar of Scripture, Fr. Mitch Pacwa


“I’ve already written a lot of Bible studies organized by theme,” the father said. Mitch. “So we’re going to start with my book, ‘Winning the Battle Against Sin’, which is about the biblical teaching on sin and forgiveness. After that, I’d like to balance that with my bible study called ‘Saved’ which addresses the topic of salvation. I have also done Bible studies on the life of Christ. We will follow His ministry step by step. Another approach I hope to take is to study the individual books of the Bible, beginning by Isaiah then Jeremiah and other books of the Bible.”

“For more than three decades, Father Mitch Pacwa has been a favorite of EWTN audiences worldwide,” said EWTN Chairman and CEO Michael P. Warsaw. “I’m confident our viewers will be excited about this new program which plays to Father Mitch’s strength as a scholar of scripture.”

In addition to all of his hosting duties at EWTN, which include the weekly ‘EWTN Live’, Fr. Mitch is a prolific writer, holding a doctorate in Old Testament from Vanderbilt University, an M. Div. and STB diplomas in theology of Jesuit School of Theology at Loyola University of Chicago. Father Mitch previously taught the scriptures at Loyola as well as at University of Dallasand is currently a senior researcher at the Saint Paul Institute for Biblical Studies.

“Father Mitch will speak about Scripture in the light of Catholic tradition – highlighting early Church documents that shed light on how we understand the Bible,” the EWTN president said. Doug Keckwho helped create the show.

Pierre GagnonVice President of Programming and Production and Executive Producer S&T, added, “I encourage viewers to visit EWTN’s Facebook page [www.facebook.com/groups/ewtnbiblestudy] to mail their questions to Fr. Mitch. It will be a big part of the show!”

EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 36th year, is the largest religious media network in the world. EWTN’s 11 television channels are broadcast in multiple languages ​​24 hours a day, seven days a week to more than 275 million TV households in more than 145 countries and territories. EWTN platforms also include radio services transmitted via SIRIUS/XM, iHeart Radio and more than 500 national and international AM and FM radio stations; a global shortwave radio service; the largest Catholic website in the United States; electronic and print news services, including the Catholic News Agency, The National Catholic Register, and several global news services; as well as EWTN Publishing, its book publishing division.

SOURCE EWTN Global Catholic Network


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