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.
World Over - 2021-04-08 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
ROBERT ROYAL, editor-in-chief of The Catholic Thing.org and FR. GERALD MURRAY, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York discuss the latest Catholic news of the week, particularly the recent crackdowns on Masses and church services due to COVID restrictions.
TOM CARROLL, superintendent of schools & secretary of education for the Archdiocese of Boston disucsses the state of Catholic eduction as the pandemic continues to curtail attendance at public schools.
BISHOP JOSEPH STRICKLAND, of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas and KARI BECKMAN, founder of Regina Caeli Academy discuss the purpose and goals of Veritatis Splendor, a new Catholic center being built in East Texas.
World Over - 2021-04-02 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
MIKE POMPEO, former US Secretary of State under President Trump joins us to discuss the growing humanitarian crisis and lawlessness at the US-Mexico border, the World Health Organization's findings on the origins of COVID and much more.
SHANNON BREAM, host of FOX News @ Night talks about her brand-new book, The Women of the Bible Speak.
DAVID ALTON, member of the UK House of Lords joins us to talk about the sanctions placed on him and 4 other members of the UK Parliament by the Communist Chinese government for speaking out against human rights abuses in China.
DECLAN GANLEY, Irish entrepreneur and former candidate for EU Parliament discusses the recent criminalization of the public celebration of the Roman Catholic Mass in Ireland due to COVID19.
FR. PETER VASKO, O.F.M., President of The Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land with Stations of the Cross from the Holy Land.
World Over - 2021-03-25 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
CARDINAL RAYMOND L. BURKE, canon lawyer & former head of the Apostolic Signatura (the Vatican's high court) discusses the ongoing controversy over the Vatican's rejection of the possibility of blessing same sex unions.
ROMA DOWNEY & MARK BURNETT, Hollywood movie producers talk about their new film, Resurrection.
BRIAN HARRISON, former Chief of Staff for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, discusses the state of the migration crisis at the US southern border.
World Over - 2021-03-18 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
GERHARD CARDINAL MÜLLER, former head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) discusses the recent Vatican pronouncement on blessing same sex unions, and restrictions placed on the celebration of Masses inside St. Peter's Basilica.
Highlights from Raymond Arroyo's special, virtual book signing of The Thief Who Stole Heaven hosted by EWTN's Doug Keck.
MARY RICE HASSON, attorney and Director of the Catholic Women's Forum joins us with an update on the status of The Equality Act in the US Senate.
World Over - 2021-03-11 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
HARRY CONNICK, JR., award winning singer-songwriter and performer talks about life during lockdown his new album of sacred songs, Alone with My Faith.
NINA SHEA, director of The Center for Religious Freedom at The Hudson Institute joins us with a recap of the Pope's visit to Iraq, and an update on the ongoing crackdown on religious freedom by the Communist Chinese government.
GARY SINISE, actor & philanthropist discusses the work of his Foundation to help our nation's veterans and first responders.
World Over - 2021-03-04 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
REP. CHRIS SMITH (R-NJ), US Congressman from New Jersey talks about the status & contents of a COVID19 relief bill under development in Congress.
FR. TAD PACHOLCZYK, director of education at The National Catholic Bioethics Center discusses the ethical issues and concerns surrounding a new COVID19 vaccine.
EDWARD PENTIN, Rome correspondent for The National Catholic Register and FR. BENEDICT KIELY, founder or Nasarean.org, join us for a preview of Pope Francis's Apostolic Visit to Iraq.
MEGHAN COX GURDON, book critic at The Wall Street Journal shares her thoughts on the cancel culture and its most recent victim, the stories of Dr. Seuss.