Along with five others, Cardinal Zen was arrested in May 2022 for allegedly colluding with foreign forces and later charged with failing to register the now-defunct 612 Humanitarian Fund, which provided financial and legal aid to pro-democracy protesters. All the defendants have pleaded not guilty to the charges and their defense is expected to … Read more
ARROYO: During their full meeting this week in Baltimore, the U.S Catholic bishops approved that much anticipated and controversial document on the Eucharist, now titled “The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church.” What does it contain and how might it be used? Joining me to discuss is editor of Catholic … Read more
Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan weighs in on the Synod and previews his new book, The Catholic Mass: Steps to Restore the Centrality of God in the Liturgy. The World Over with Raymond Arroyo airs on EWTN Thursdays at 8pm ET. It re-airs on Fridays at 1am & 9:30am ET, and Mondays at 10pm ET.
Dr. Janet Smith discussing her column with Raymond Arroyo on EWTN In her National Catholic Reporter article “Catholics seeking ‘religious’ exemptions from vaccines must follow true church teaching on conscience”, M. Therese Lysaught, a professor of bioethics and a corresponding member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, maintains that Catholics in good conscience MUST … Read more
In an interview with EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo this evening, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the former papal representative to the United States, responded to the Vatican’s recently released McCarrick Report which tries to pin the lack of adequate response to McCarrick on Viganò himself. Asked by Arroyo about the report claiming Viganò “did not come … Read more
EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo interviews Bishop Athanasius Schneider about his new book entitled “Christus Vincit.” In this absorbing book length interview, Bishop Athanasius Schneider offers a candid, incisive examination of controversies raging in the Church and the most pressing issues of our times, providing clarity and hope for beleaguered Catholics. He addresses such topics as widespread … Read more
Raymond Arroyo reports that Cardinals Dolan and Cupich had a hand in getting the Vatican to delay the beatification of Archbishop Sheen. UPDATE: George Neumayr’s intrepid reporting captures Cardinal Dolan denying his involvement in the delay of Sheen’s beatification. Please support George’s reporting efforts.
A group of cardinals and bishops who are involved with the preparation of the Amazon synod and who back the abolition of priestly celibacy and other progressive positions contrary to perennial Catholic teaching are quietly meeting together near Rome in preparation for the upcoming synod, a well-placed source revealed to LifeSiteNews today. Main participants invited … Read more