Parish & Diocese
Schools
Family & Relationships
Individuals
OSV Institute News
About OSV
Other Resources
Back
Parish & Diocese
Parish Services
Curriculum Programs
Consulting Services
Publishing
Digital Solutions
Back
Schools
Curriculum
Books, Media & Gifts
Support Resources
Other Resources
Back
Family & Relationships
Books & Media
Faith Resources
Other Resources
Gift Ideas
Back
Individuals
Books, Music, & Gifts
Publications
Other Resources

Father Mitch Pacwa, S.J.

Father Mitch Pacwa, S.J., is a popular host of EWTN and founder and president of Ignatius Productions, a Catholic media production apostolate.

Father Mitch is fluent in twelve languages and has a unique understanding of the peoples and cultures of the Middle East. Father’s extensive travels throughout the Middle East, Europe, and the Holy Land has inspired him to write the Holy Land Prayer Book. Father Mitch also has the privilege of being bi-ritual, which means he can also celebrate the Maronite Mass of the Eastern Catholic Church.

Visit his website at FatherMitchPacwa.org

Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Latest from OSV

Saved: A Bible Study Guide for Catholics

What does it mean to be saved? Can I know that I am saved? As Christians, and especially as Catholics, we face these questions on a daily basis, not only from the people we meet but also in our own hearts. Scripture provides the answer, for the Bible isn’t simply a collection of disjointed tales — it is the story of our salvation.

In this Bible study, Fr. Mitch Pacwa guides us through Catholic teaching on salvation, as found in Scripture. With his characteristic wisdom, he tackles tough topics and questions, including grace and free will, repentance and faith, the role of the sacraments, and the necessity of good works.

Perfect for a parish small group study or for personal reflection, each of the six sessions in Saved: A Bible Study Guide for Catholics will help us begin to discover the infinite mystery of our salvation, deepening our relationship with the God who saves us.

ORDER NOW MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR
As public Masses start to resume throughout the nation, here are some tips on how to return to Mass safelyRead Now
+ +
Close Bitnami banner
Bitnami