The Much Anticipated Premiere Month At EWTN Takes Off in Homes Across the Globe March 1!

By Michelle Laque Johnson

March is Premiere Month at the EWTN Global Catholic Network. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the great new television programs the Network will be airing beginning March 1, 2021!

EWTN News In-Depth: This new weekly, one-hour news discussion program offers a Catholic perspective and analysis on the top stories of the week. Hosted by Montse Alvarado, the program welcomes newsmakers, experts, and correspondents from EWTN's global news bureaus in a discussion of current events in the Church, politics, and culture, all through the lens of the Catholic faith. Alvarado, the show’s host, is already well-known to EWTN audiences as an inspiring and brilliant woman who also serves as Vice President and Executive Director of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. Airs 8 p.m. ET, Fridays, beginning March 5; 1 a.m. ET, Saturdays; and 11 a.m. ET, Sundays.

They Might Be Saints: “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill returns with a regular slot for his popular series, which examines examines the lives of men and women of faith on the path to sainthood and the search for canonization miracles. From miracle workers to martyrs and ordinary people living extraordinary lives of heroic virtue, this EWTN original series presents those exemplary people who make us wonder if someday they might be saints. Airs 11:30 a.m. ET, Mondays, beginning March 1, 5 p.m. ET, Fridays, and 2:30 a.m. ET, Sundays. 30 min.

Journey Through Scripture – The Bible and the Church Fathers: As Christians, we should want to know our family tree and who has gone before us in the Faith.  In these 12 beautifully produced lessons, Fr. Cedric Pisegna, C.P. teaches us who the Early Church Fathers were and how they shaped the way we read Scripture. Airs 11 a.m. ET, Thursdays, beginning March 4, and 11:30 p.m. ET, Saturdays. 30 min.

Hope to Die: Fundamental questions of life and death are explored in this fascinating series with Host Scott Hahn. A thorough understanding the meaning of death and resurrection of the body helps us, as Catholics, to face our mortality and anticipate the afterlife in God. Airs 5:30 p.m. ET, Saturdays, beginning March 6, and 4 a.m. ET, Tuesdays. 30 min.

The “Reformation:” For your enjoyment and ease of viewing, EWTN’s blockbuster mini-series has been edited down to 12 half-hour episodes, which will air over the next three months. This EWTN original series charts the monumental impact the Catholic Church has had on Western Civilization throughout history and chronicles the tumultuous religious upheaval begun in the 16th Century by Martin Luther. This upheaval has led to the current disunity within the Body of Christ and the secularization of modern culture. Airs 5:30 a.m. ET, Sundays, beginning March 7 and 5 p.m. ET, Saturdays.

Catholic Sphere: The global presence of the Catholic Church is alive in the many diverse cultures that share our faith. In this series, correspondents from around the world highlight rarely told struggles and victories of The Universal Church. Airs 6:30 p.m. ET, Tuesdays, beginning March 9, and 5:30 a.m. ET, Wednesdays. 30 min.

Many of these series are also available for purchase at EWTN Religious Catalogue,; or On Demand at For a full schedule of programs, available in your time zone, please go to To see schedule of shows in countries other than the U.S., please click on “United States” and a drop down menu of the schedule for countries around the world will appear. For all the ways to access EWTN, please go to