The House of Representatives prepares to vote tomorrow to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate. The move will launch the start of the historic Senate trial, just the third ever presidential impeachment trial in American history. Catholic News Agency's Matt Hadro reports from Capitol Hill.
House transfers impeachment articles - EWTN News Nightly
The House of Representatives prepares to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate. The move will launch the start of the historic Senate trial, just the third ever presidential impeachment trial in American history. Catholic News Agency's Matt Hadro reports from Capitol Hill.
Benedict XVI, did not agree to be book's co-author, according to Archbishop Ganswein - EWTN News Nig
The private secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, says the former pope was not informed he would be presented as co-author to Cardinal Sarah of a new book on priestly celibacy. Catholic News Agency D.C. Bureau Chief Edward Condon, a canon lawyer, looks at a statement released by Cardinal Sarah addressing the controversy and what changes will be made for future publications.
President Trump responds to House impeachment during China trade announcement - EWTN News Nightly
As the impeachment trial looms, the White House reiterates President Trump has done nothing wrong and he looks forward to having due process rights in the Senate. The impeachment news comes the same day President Trump revealed a breakthrough on trade with China. White House Correspondent Mark Irons reports for EWTN News Nightly.
Democrats face off for the last time before Iowa caucuses, tensions high - EWTN News Nightly
The top six Democratic presidential candidates faced off last night in the final debate before next month's Iowa caucuses. The stage was fraught with tension from the start with a feud playing out between Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) in the hours leading up to the debate. EWTN News Nightly Anchor Tracy Sabol reports.
U.S. Midwest bishops meet with Pope Francis - EWTN News Nightly
Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the Archdiocese of Kansas City is among U.S. bishops from the Midwest meeting with Pope Francis this week for their ad limina visit. He tells us what he is going to ask the Holy Father and gives us an update on former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick who recently moved out of a Kansas friary.
Democratic candidates talk foreign policy during debate - EWTN News Nightly
Philip Crowther, International Affiliate reporter for Associated Press, breaks down last night’s Democratic Debate where presidential candidates fielded questions from moderators, including about their plans for foreign policy. He also takes a closer look at the tensions between Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT).
Opus Dei spokesperson clarifies misconceptions about Catholic institution - EWTN News Nightly
A magazine profile of U.S. Attorney General William Barr is getting attention for its spotlight on his Catholic faith as well as the Catholic institution Opus Dei which has been mischaracterized by many in the media as a secretive conservative Catholic group. Brian Finnerty, U.S. Communications Director for Opus Dei, tells us about the mission of the Catholic institution and the projects it supports.
President Trump calls impeachment a hoax as new information emerges - EWTN News Nightly
President Trump calls impeachment a hoax as new information emerges. Lev Parnas, a close associate of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is claiming Trump was directly involved in the effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democratic rival Joe Biden. White House Correspondent Mark Irons has the latest.
Catholic Church providing aid to Taal volcano victims - EWTN News Nightly
Taal Volcano, the second-most active volcano in the Philippines, erupted over the weekend and is still gushing smaller plumes of ash, resulting in continued earthquakes. Msgr. Pedro Quitorio with the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines tells us how the Church is helping those who are part of the mandatory evacuations.
White House unveils plan to protect religious freedom in U.S. schools - EWTN News Nightly
President Trump announces on National Religious Freedom Day that he wants states to notify the Education Department if schools try to block a student's right to pray. He's also trying to make it easier for religious groups to use federal money to provide social services. Joe Grogan, assistant to the President, previews the new rules to protect religious freedom.
Senators sworn in for impeachment trial - EWTN News Nightly
The U.S. Senate has sent a summons to President Donald Trump for his impeachment trial. He has until 6:00 p.m. this Saturday to answer the summons. Today Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath to all senators, marking the beginning of only the third trial to remove a president in U.S. history. Catholic News Agency’s Matt Hadro reports from the Capitol.