Episodes

07/2/2018

In this episode of CatholicTV's orginal series Encounter, hosted by Kevin Nelson:

  • Guests: Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri; Obianuju Ekeocha, author of Target Africa
  • Question: How can you live your ordinary life in an extraordinary way?
  • Obscure Saint: Saints John Jones and John Wall
  • Survey Says: The Pew Research Center looks at what Americans think of God
06/4/2018

In this episode of CatholicTV's orginal series Encounter, hosted by Kevin Nelson:

  • Guests: Erin Bethea, President and CEO of Argentum Entertainment; touring members of the Sistine Chapel Choir 
  • Question: How can Catholics focus more on the real presence of the Blessed Sacrament?
  • Obscure Saint: Saint Paulinus of Nola
  • Survey Says: The Pew Research Center looks at Americans' belief in a higher power
05/7/2018

Kevin Nelson hosts the monthly CatholicTV magazine series Encounter.

  • Guest: Suzanne Haugh, director of Goodness Reigns
  • Question of the month: What does Mary mean to you?
  • Obscure Saint of the month: Saint Margaret of Cortona
  • Survey Says: The Pew Research Center looks at religion and marriage
04/2/2018

Kevin Nelson hosts the monthly CatholicTV magazine series Encounter.

  • Guest: Jacques Kabore of Catholic Relief Services
  • Question: How hard is it to find meaningful relationships in today's secular world?
  • Obscure Saint: Saint Conrad of Parzham
  • Survey Says: The Pew Research Center looks at opinions of Pope Francis after five years of his pontificate
03/5/2018

Kevin Nelson hosts Encounter, the original CatholicTV magazine series, March 2018 episode.

  • Guest: Kathryn Jean Lopez, editor-at-large of the National Review
  • Question: How can we get young Catholics more energized about their faith?
  • Obscure Saint: Saint Salvator of Horta
  • Survey Says: The Pew Research Center looks at American meditation practices

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