Rome gears up for a world meeting of Catholic bishops about New Evangelization; 96 year old Cardinal defends legacy of Pope Pius VII; Pontifical Council for the Laity presents their new website in 4 languages; Vatican voices support for renewable energy while the Jesuits increase commitment to social justice and ecology. Plus a tour of an home for the Popes.
HEADLINE NEWS OF THE WEEK, plus:
MITT ROMNEY, former governor of Massachusetts and Republican candidate for President of the United States about his faith, family and the important issues in the 2012 campaign.
LAURA INGRAHAM on the 2012 election, Catholic voters, women voters, and the Mitt Romney candidacy.
SEAMUS HASSON, founder of The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, in an encore of his interview about his book, The Right to Be Wrong: Ending the Culture War Over Religion in America…now out in paperback.
Watch Raymond Arroyo’s exclusive interview with GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney on the World Over Live, Thursday, 8 p.m. ET, with re-airs throughout the week.
On The World Over with Raymond Arroyo, Cardinal Raymond Burke, Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura (Vatican Supreme Court), spoke to the controversy surrounding the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) and the Vatican’s intervention with LCWR. He further discussed the conference’s right to exist.
On The World Over with Raymond Arroyo, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore (Chair of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Religious Liberty) discussed in what ways Catholics can make informed conscientious voting decisions, and further noted that Catholics should not vote for candidates who promote “intrinsic evils, even if that means not voting.”