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 - 2021-02-18 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
GEORGE WEIGEL, theologian & biographer of John Paul II discusses new rules in China for the appointment of bishops and managment of clergy, and his brand new book, Not Forgotten: Elegies For, and Reminiscences Of, a Diverse Cast of Characters, Most of Them Admirable.
BILL DONOHUE, president of The Catholic League with his take on President Biden's relaunched White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
MARK KRIKORIAN, director of The Center for Immigration Studies talks about the President's proposed new legislation on immigration reform.
MARY HASSON, attorney and fellow at The Ethics & Public Policy Center on how the focus on gender ideology is affecting our children and society.
World Over - 2021-02-11 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
STEVEN MOSHER, Asia expert, president of The Population Research Institute, and author of Bully of Asia discusses the state of US-China relations in the new Biden Administration, and the result of The World Health Organization's (WHO) investigation of the origin of COVID-19.
DR. ALVEDA KING niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn at Priests for Life discusses the cancel culture that has come to Catholic universities.
FR. WILFRED EMEH, native of Cameroon and currently associate pastor of St. Agnes Parish in West Chester, PA on the ongoing violence in Cameroon and state of the Church there.
DR. LIZ LEV, art historian and author of How Catholic Art Saved the Faith, talks about the Year of Dante celebrations in Italy, and the effect COVID-19 shutdowns are having on Rome's museums.
World Over - 2021-02-04 - Full Show with Raymond Arroyo
KEN CUCCINELLI, former Acting Deputy Secretary of the, Department of Homeland Security, now Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation discusses the Biden administration's recent actions on immigration reform.
MOST REV. SALVATORE CORDILEONE, Archbishop of San Francisco updates us on his ongoing efforts to get Catholics back to Mass despite COVID lockdowns, and the controversy brewing between pro-abortion Catholic politicians & the Church.
KATHY MEARS, Acting President of The National Catholic Education Association and pediatrician and author DR. MEG MEEKER talk about the effects of the pandemic on the education and well-being of students.
DR. RALPH MARTIN, president of Renewal Ministries an Director of Graduate Programs at Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit discusses his new book, A Church in Crisis: Pathways Forward.
World Over - 2021-01-28 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
ROBERT ROYAL, editor-in-chief of TheCatholicThing.org and visiting fellow at Thomas More College discusses President Joe Biden's Catholicism and how it may, or may not be, influencing his administration's policies.
ALEXANDRA DeSANCTIS, journalist and staff writer at National Review and NOELLE MERING, columnist and author of the upcoming book Awake, Not Woke analyze a few of the executive orders coming out of the Biden White House, particularly those pertaining to the life, culture and women's issues.
CHRIS CHMIELENSKI, Deputy Director of NumbersUSA Education & Research Foundation joins us with an update us on the state of immigration reform.
World Over – 2021-01-21 – Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
MATT SCHLAPP, chairman of The American Conservative Union discusses this week's Inauguration of President Joseph Biden, the end of the Trump presidency, and how Biden's Catholicism may influence his presidency.
DAN LIPINSKI, former US Congressman from Illinois and former co-chair of the Congressional Pro-Life Caucus, and MARJORIE DANNENFELSER, president of The Susan B. Anthony List discuss the future of the pro-life cause under the Biden Administration.
NINA SHEA, director of The Center for Religious Freedom at The Hudson Institute, joins us with an update us on religious persecution in Africa
World Over - 2021-01-14 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
SOHRAB AHMARI, op-ed editor for The New York Post, and CHAD PECKNOLD, columnist for First Things and professor of theology at Catholic University of America, discuss what is needed for social and political healing in the wake of last week's rioting at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
GARY KRUPP, founder of Pave the Way Foundation, discusses last week's Washington rioting and whether the numerous comparisons by some in the media to Nazi Germany are apt, or irresponsible.
FR. TAD PACHOLCZYK, Ph.D, neuroscientist & director of education at the National Catholic Bioethics Center discusses the ethical profiles of the newly released COVID19 vaccines.
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Great show and journalist
Raymond Arroyo is an outstanding journalist. He's well read, has a deep knowledge and understanding of current events, is respectful and insightful and able and willing to ask the tough questions on "both sides" of an issue. The World Over is journalism at its best.
I don't have much time to listen to news, nor do I want to get all of my news from the secular media. This show chooses timely topics. The most important items are highlighted and there are always good interviews with a wide variety of guests. Raymond Arroyo has a good sense of humor, is not afraid to challenge guests, but he is always respectful. I feel that this show gives me a good view of the world from a Catholic Christian perspective. Thank you.