Each week, Raymond Arroyo challenges viewers with important political and cultural reporting and analysis of a wide variety of topics of interest to Catholics and people of faith.
Edward Pentin, senior correspondent for the National Catholic Register reports on the news that Pope Francis may be evicting Cardinal Raymond Burke from his Vatican residence and rescinding his pension. Damian Thompson, associate editor at the UK Spectator examines the news of Pope Francis' possible eviction of Cardinal Raymond Burke, the reactions to the move by some in the Catholic media, and the optics of the Pope's decision if ultimately carried out. Abp. Georg Gänswein discusses his new book, Who Believes Is Not Alone: My Life Beside Benedict XVI. He talks about working as Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI's personal secretary, Benedict XVI's decision to resign and much more.
Most Rev. Joseph E. Strickland, the former Bishop of Tyler, Texas discusses the circumstances surrounding his dismissal from office by Pope Francis on November 11th. Robert Royal, editor in chief of & Fr. Gerald Murray, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York provide their reaction to, and analysis of, the Strickland interview & dismissal and more.
The Best of The World Over featuring Fr. Robert Sirico, and a tribute to the late Oscar winning director of The Exorcist, William Friedkin.
Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio discusses the abortion battle in his state and the Issue 1 ballot initiative in the November 7th election that seeks to enshrine abortion into the state constitution. Cardinal Gerhard Müller, voting member of the Synod on Synodality and former head of the Vatican's doctrinal office discusses his experience at the Synod, the summary document, and how Church governance is likely to change as a result of the Synod. Robert Royal, editor-in-chief of and member of The Papal Posse talks about his experience in Rome covering the Synod, the effect of lay participation in a Synod of Bishops, the continuing scandal of former Jesuit priest Marko Rupnik, and more.
Fr. Gerald Murray, Papal Posse member, canon lawyer, priest of the Archdiocese of New York and contributor to joins us to discuss the final week of the Synod on Synodality 2023, the ongoing Marko Rupnik scandal, and much more.
Robert Royal, Editor-in-Chief of and member of the Papal Posse joins us with an update on the Synod on Synodality from Rome. Fr. Robert Sirico, President Emeritus of The Acton Institute discusses the Synod, Jimmy Lai, and shares his new book celebrating the life and thought of the late George Cardinal Pell, Pell Contra Mundum. N.T. Wright, New Testament scholar, senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall at the University of Oxford, and former Anglican bishop talks about his new book, Into the Heart of Romans: A Deep Dive Into Paul's Greatest Letter.
Dr. Walid Phares, foreign policy analyst at Newsmax TV discusses the violence that as erupted in Israel & Gaza following the recent assault by Hamas terrorists. Fr. Peter Vasko, OFM, president of the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land talks about the state of the Christian population and the Holy Sites in the Holy land in the midst of violence and war. Robert Royal, editor in chief of and Fr. Gerald Murray, priest of the Archdiocese of New York are here with an update on the Synod on Synodality in Rome. Tom Shillue, FOX News contributor and comedian on his new one man show about faith, family and growing up in Massachusetts, Spontaneous Combustion.
Edward Pentin, Senior Correspondent for The National Catholic Register reports from Rome at the start of the Synod, discussing the big stories of the week including the new "dubia" from 5 Catholic cardinals and Pope Francis' new apostolic exhortation on the environment. Raymond Cardinal Burke, Prefect Emeritus of the Apostolic Signatura discusses the formal questions (dubia) that he and five other Cardinals submitted to Pope Francis asking for clarity on points of doctrine and discipline going into the Synod on Synodality. Gerhard Cardinal Müller, prefect emeritus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and voting participant at the Synod on Synodality discusses recent news pertaining to the Synod and church doctrine. Fr. Gerald Murray, canon lawyer/priest of the Archdiocese of New York & Robert Royal, editor-in-chief of discuss their thoughts on the issues being considered at the Synod on Synodality just underway in Rome.
BILL DONOHUE, president of the Catholic League & RON RYCHLAK, Pius XII scholar and author of Hitler, the War, and the Pope, discuss the latest news regarding the pontificate of Pius XII during World War II. JASON EVERT, Catholic dad, and podcaster interviews RAYMOND about his new family picture book, The Magnificent Mischief of Tad Lincoln. BOB UNANUE, CEO of Goya Foods talks to Raymond about how he became involved in the surprise hit film Sound of Freedom, and his latest passion, Goya Cares, a foundation he created in order to combat child trafficking and promote children's mental health.
Robert Royal, editor-in-chief of, and Fr. Gerald Murray, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York discuss the latest news on the Synod of Bishops and much more. Robert Unanue, Goya Foods CEO with PART ONE of his interview talking with Raymond about food, faith, family and battling child trafficking with his new initiative, Goya Cares. Raymond Arroyo previews his brand new Christmas recording Christmas Merry & Bright.
Fr. Gerald Murray, weighs in on the status of the Vatican's investigation of Bp. Joseph Strickland of Tyler, TX, and the exclusive interview given to The National Catholic Register's Edward Pentin by Cardinal-elect Victor Manuel Fernandez about the upcoming Synod of Bishops and more. Mike Pompeo, former US Secretary of State shares his new documentary film, Route 60: The Biblical Highway.
Philip Lawler, editor of Catholic World News/ is here to talk about the latest news on the Synod of Bishops, the Vatican-China agreement and much more. Carrie Gress, Fellow at The Ethics & Public Policy Center in Washington, DC and author of the new book, The End of Woman: How Smashing the Patriarchy Has Destroyed Us.
Jim Caviezel, actor and star of the new movie, Sound of Freedom (opening July 4) sits down with Raymond to talk about the film which is based on the true story of a former federal agent who embarks on a treacherous mission to save children from human trafficking in South America. A tribute to the late, great movie director William Friedkin (The Exorcist) who passed away August 7. Msgr. Jason Gray, executive director of The Archbishop Fulton Sheen Foundation on the current state of the cause for canonization of the late Archbishop Sheen.
John McLaughlin, CEO of McLaughlin & Associates reacts to the first GOP debate of the 2024 election season, the Trump indictments and more. Msgr. Jason Gray, executive director of The Archbishop Fulton Sheen Foundation on the current state of the cause for canonization of the late Archbishop Sheen. Simone Rizkallah, special advisor on Armenia to the president of The Philos Project discusses the current state of the blockade by Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Steven Mosher, president of The Population Research Institute with the latest analysis of China's record on human rights, religious freedom, and foreign affairs, including the latest on the incarceration of democracy advocate Jimmy Lai, and the data mining being done by Chinese e-commerce companies on behalf of the CCP. Dr. Ray Guarendi, psychologist and host of The Doctor is In on EWTN Radio shares his latest book, Simple Steps to a Stronger Marriage. Roger Quy, compiler of the new book, God With Us, a sequential presentation of the 4 Gospels aimed to inspire young people.
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