An encore of Raymond's interview with KATE DICAMILLO, Newberry Medal winning children's author, on the importance of reading and storytelling in a child's development, her life and career in children's literature and her latest story, Leroy Ninker Saddles Up from Candlewick Press.
DR TIMOTHY FLANIGAN, a physician currently volunteering in Monrovia, Liberia and DR MARK, ABRUZZESE, an infectious disease specialist in Washington, DC on the current state of the Ebola epidemic in Western Africa and what is being done there and in the US to contain the spread of the virus.
News from the World Over this week. Pope Francis on Evolution, capital punishment, and the family under attack. New York Archdiocese to close 50 parishes. Long-lost Caravaggio painting purportedly found.
Investigators are sorting through debris after yesterday’s catastrophic rocket launch – Wyatt Goolsby reports. Susanne LaFrankie reports on whether the Catholic Vote is a reality or a relic ahead of Election Night. Jason Calvi reports on President Obama’s meeting with Ebola caregivers today. It’s been one month since Hong Kong protests started – we speak with The Heritage Foundation’s Mike Gonzales on how it could impact our economic ties with China. And we discuss the reality for women in … [More]
Ebola remains a top priority at the White House and Pentagon today – we speak with a health care adviser on whether quarantines are effective. Now that the Synod on the Family has wrapped up in Rome – what happens next? We speak with Archdiocese of Washington’s Cardinal Donald Wuerl about the year-long discussion on the Church and the family. Is immigration a priority ahead of Election Night? We speak midterm races with CURE’s Star Parker and CLINIC’s Jeanne Atkinson. And we welcome you into a … [More]
Raymond Arroyo's conversation with the former exorcist of the Archdiocese of New York, the late Father James LeBar. Fr. LeBar separates fact from fiction regarding demonic possession and discusses the Catholic ministry of exorcism.
What’s the best tactic to contain Ebola? – Wyatt Goolsby reports on the pressing question. Midterms are 8 days away – we focus on key races for the pro-life cause with Susan B. Anthony List’s Marjorie Dannenfelser. Jason Calvi reports on new information about the school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram and we discuss these findings with Emmanuel Ogebe, a Nigerian lawyer who survived the terrorist group.
Paul attended a Jesuit prep school but the faith never stuck. After dropping our of college, he felt his youth was passing by him. He prayed to God for help, never expecting an answer. After talking to some Mormon missionaries, he became a Mormon and later a missionary to Taiwan. There Paul me a Chinese Catholic who was on fire for the Lord and knew her faith. Upon returned to Utah, he was quickly married had two children and divorced. After a number of years as a practical Atheist he … [More]
On this week’s Vaticano, the Synod on the Family concludes after two weeks of discussions behind closed doors. We speak to participants from several continents. The archbishop of Latvia tells us his country has among the world’s highest divorce rates, and we hear from married couples who gave their testimonies at the Synod. Pope Francis held a thanksgiving Mass for two new Canadian Saints, also find out more about Hitler’s greatest opponent, Pope Pius XII! All this plus, a cardinal from Chile … [More]
A Dallas nurse survives Ebola and is released. Meanwhile, national health leaders map out the U.S. response to the virus. Wyatt Goolsby reports on the latest in a spate of attacks against men in uniform here in the U.S.. Chris Deaton, Editor at Red Alert Politics gives us a read on tight Senate races and top midterm election issues. The U.S. Census Bureau reports more grandparents are living with their grandkids – we talk to Generations United’s Ana Beltran.
Doug Keck welcomes Susan Tassone to discuss her book “Day by Day for The Holy Souls in Purgatory: 365 Reflections”, which includes prayers, teachings about purgatory, real-life stories, Susan's own wisdom, meditations, quotes from the saints, and more.