Colleen Carroll Campbell hosts this international news program from a studio near Capitol Hill, bringing news and commentary from a Catholic perspective to viewers across the English-speaking world. Learn more from EWTN
Colleen Carroll Campbell is an award-winning author, print and broadcast journalist and former presidential speechwriter. She is the anchor of “EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell,” a television news show that broadcasts from a studio near Capitol Hill and airs across the English-speaking world on EWTN, the world’s largest religious media network. She has written and contributed to numerous books, most notably her critically acclaimed study of young adults and religion, The New Faithful (Loyola, 2002), and her multiple-award-winning spiritual memoir, My Sisters the Saints (Image/Random House, 2012). A former speechwriter to President George W. Bush and op-ed columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Colleen also hosts the long-running EWTN television and radio show, “Faith & Culture,” and recently anchored the network’s live television coverage of the 2013 papal transition from Rome. Colleen writes frequently about politics, religion, culture and women’s issues for such national outlets as The New York Times, Washington Post, America, andFirst Things, and comments on those topics for such networks as FOX News, PBS, CNN and NPR. The recipient of numerous professional honors and an honorary doctorate for her journalism work, Colleen speaks to audiences across America and Europe and lives with her family near Washington, D.C. Her website is www.colleen-campbell.com.
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