WORLD OVER

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 - 2019-10-10 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
THE PAPAL POSSE...FR. GERALD MURRAY, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York and ROBERT ROYAL, editor-in-chief of TheCatholicThing join us from Rome to discuss the Amazon Synod that began this week, the upcoming Canonization of Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman, and much more. SHARON ROBINSON, daughter of Major League Baseball great and civil rights activist Jackie Robinson, talks about growing up with her famous father at the dawn of the civil rights movement and her new book, Child of the Dream: A Memoir of 1963.
World Over – 2019-10-03 – Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
MOST REV. JOSEPH STRICKLAND, Bishop of Tyler, TX and MOST REV. MICHAEL SHERIDAN, Bishop of Colorado Springs, CO join us to discuss the controversy surrounding the upcoming Synod on the Amazon and the role of the Diocesan Bishop in defending the Gospel and protecting the Deposit of Faith. JEANNIE GAFFIGAN, wife, mother and along with her husband Jim Gaffigan, half of one of the most successful comedy teams in history joins us to discuss family, faith, overcoming a health crisis and her new memoir, When Life Gives You Pears. BILL MCGURN, former presidential speechwriter and now regular columnist at The Wall Street Journal joins us with analysis of the increasingly violent protests in Hong Kong and the House Democrats push for impeachment of the president.
World Over - 2019-09-26 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
REP. JIM SENSENBRENNER, US Congressman from Wisconsin and member of the House Judiciary Committee on the impeachment inquiry launched by House Democrats this week against the President. SAM BROWNBACK, US Ambassador at Large for Religious Freedom at the State Department on the President’s historic UN address highlighting the problem of religious persecution. NILE GARDINER, director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation gives us an update on the state of BREXIT in the UK. DEAL HUDSON, editor of TheChristianLife.com discusses his new book, How to Keep from Losing Your Mind: Educating Yourself Classically for Survive Cultural Indoctrination.
World Over - 2019-09-19 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
EDWARD PENTIN, Rome correspondent for The National Catholic Register reports on the latest Church news including the German bishops' apparent defiance of Rome on the subject of synodal process, Cardinal Pell's final appeal to overturn sex abuse convictions. MARY ANN GLENDON, professor of Law at Harvard University and recently appointed Chair of the US Commission on Unalienable Rights joins us to talk about the focus and the scope of the new commission and the role of "natural law" in protecting global human rights. DAMIAN THOMPSON, associate editor of The Spectator in the UK on Pope Francis comments on life imprisonment for criminals and the growing talk of schism in the lead-up to the October Synod on the Amazon.
World Over - 2019-09-12 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
FR. GERALD MURRAY, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York and ROBERT ROYAL, editor-in-chief of The Catholic Thing.org analyze the Pope’s recent comments on his critics in America and around the world and take a look at the controversy surrounding the upcoming Synod on the Amazon Region set to begin in Rome next month. NADINE MAENZA, vice chair of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom discusses the Administration’s tough new rules limiting the number of refugees being admitted to the United States this year. RACHEL CAMPOS-DUFFY, FOX News contributor, Catholic mom of 9, and author of the new picture book for kids, Paloma Wants to Be Lady Freedom.
World Over – 2019-09-05 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
PHILIP LAWLER, author and editor or Catholic World News with analysis of the big stories of the week including Theodore McCarrick’s renewed denials of accusations of sex abuse and the latest in the ongoing abuse crisis in the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, NY. REP. SEAN DUFFY, US Congressman from Wisconsin discusses his decision to resign from Congress to focus on his family and caring for his soon-to-be-born special needs baby daughter…and the latest news from Washington, DC. NINA SHEA, Director of the Center for Religious Freedom at the Hudson Institute, talks about the desecration of churches in Europe and the situation in Hong Kong.
World Over - 2019-08-29 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
MICHAEL R. POMPEO, United States Secretary of State discusses the 2nd annual Ministerial on Advancing Religious Freedom and what the US is doing to promote religious liberty all over the world. DAVID ALTON, member of the UK House of Lords and long time advocate for religious liberty discusses the global hot spots where Christians and religious minorities are being persecuted for their beliefs. FR. PAUL SULLINS, senior research associate at The Ruth Institute, former Episcopal priest and currently a married Catholic priest discusses the history of a married priesthood, the pros and cons of married priests and the upcoming Synod on the Amazon that will discuss the possibility of allowing priests in that region to be married. CHRISTOPHER PAOLINI, author of the bestselling Inheritance series on great storytelling, the importance of reading to your children, and his latest book The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm: Tales from Alagaësia.
World Over - 2019-08-22 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
FR. GERALD MURRAY, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York and ROBERT ROYAL, editor-in-chief of The Catholic Thing.org, discuss Cardinal George Pell's sex abuse conviction upheld by the Australian court this week as well as an in-depth analysis of the Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano testimony one year later.
World Over - 2019-08-15 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
KEN CUCCINELLI, former Attorney General of Virginia and currently the Acting Director of Citizen & Immigration Services talks about the White House's new policies governing immigration. BILL MCGURN, Wall Street Journal columnist joins us with analysis of the protests currently underway in Hong Kong, China. STEPHEN AUTH, financial analyst and street evangelist talks about his new book, The Missionary of Wall Street: From Managing Money to Saving Souls on the Streets of New York.
World Over - 2019-08-08 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
FR. GERALD MURRAY, canon lawyer and priest of the Archdiocese of New York and ROBERT ROYAL, editor-in-chief of The Catholic Thing.org, discuss the the big Catholic news of the week, including the US Bishops response to the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio and the controversy over the Vatican's "reforming" of the John Paul II Institute on Marriage & the Family. MATTHEW PAUL TURNER, bestselling children's author talks about his writing career, the power of prayer, the importance of reading to your children and his latest book, When I Pray for You.
World Over - 2019-07-25 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
DR. ELIZABETH LEV, art historian and author of How Catholic Art Saved the Faith: The Triumph of Beauty and Truth in Counter-Reformation Art talks about the power of great art to inspire faith and devotion. FR CASSIAN FOLSOM, prior of the Benedictine Monks of Norcia on BENEDICTA: Marian Chant from Norcia, a CD of Gregorian Chant devoted to songs honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary. ABBY JOHNSON, pro-life activist is joined by actress ASHLEY BRATCHER to talk about the film UNPLANNED that tells the story of ABBY JOHNSON's time as director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas and how she left the abortion industry.
World Over - 2019-07-18 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
MICHAEL R. POMPEO, United States Secretary of State discusses the 2nd annual Ministerial on Advancing Religious Freedom being held at the US State Department in DC this week, and what the US is doing to promote religious liberty all over the world. DAVID ALTON, member of the UK House of Lords and long time advocate for religious liberty all over the world discusses the global hot spots where Christians and religious minorities are being persecuted for their beliefs. CHARLES COLE, director of the London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir, with choir members MARCO and MATTEO talk about Sacred Treasures of Spain, their brand new CD of sacred music from the Spanish renaissance. DEVON FRANKLIN, author and Christian movie producer talks about his new faith-based film, Breakthrough, out on DVD this week.
World Over – 2019-07-11 – Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
MOST REV. DANIEL JENKY, Bishop of Peoria, Illinois on the now active cause of canonization of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen now that Sheen’s remains have been returned to his home diocese of Peoria. BONNIE ENGSTROM, mother of James Fulton Engstrom, who as an infant was the recipient of the intercessory miracle that secured Sheen’s upcoming beatification. BILL DONOHUE, president of The Catholic League on the withdrawal of proposed legislation in California that sought to force priests to violate the seal of the Catholic confessional and the big Catholic news of the week. FR LEO PATALINGHUG, chef and author of Saving the Family: The Transformative Power of Sharing Meals with People You Love.
World Over - 2019-07-04 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
INDEPENDENCE DAY SPECIAL - LTG HAL MOORE, Korean War veteran and commander of the FIRST MAJOR US engagement of the War in Vietnam talks about his military career and how his Catholic faith was instrumental in his life and military career. GARY SINISE, Academy Award nominated actor-director-musician and philanthropist joins us to talk about his foundation's work on behalf of our nation’s veterans and their families. SEN. JEREMIAH DENTON, Vietnam prisoner of war, retired Navy Rear Admiral and former US Senator from Alabama talks about the 8 years he spent in the Hanoi Hilton and the faith that sustained him there.
World Over - 2019-06-27 - Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo
EDWARD PENTIN, Rome correspondent for The National Catholic Register reports on this week's study group on the Amazonian Synod that convened at the Vatican, Cardinal Walter Brandmüller's critique of the Synod's working document and more. DAMIAN THOMPSON, editor-in-chief of The Catholic Herald joins us with analysis of the recent controversy over a court ordered abortion in the UK and the major Catholic stories of the week. REGGIE LITTLEJOHN, president of Women's Rights Without Frontiers on the plight of girls and widows in Communist China and her testimony on the issue before the United Nations Human Rights Council.