Tonight on "EWTN News Nightly": The House investigation into President Joe Biden's handling of classified documents is picking up speed. A top official from the National Archives has agreed to sit for a transcribed interview with the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday. And as authorities in Memphis, Tennessee are about to release a police video to the public depicting the beating earlier this month of motorist Tyre Nichols, who later died after a traffic stop, the White House is calling for peace. Meanwhile, the Vatican's Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, weighed in on diplomacy, the war in Ukraine and an event for Catholic journalists in Lourdes, France. This month, California officially became a state of refuge for transgender kids. Virginia Democrats are pushing a bill that would allow minors access to medical procedures without parental consent. Endocrinologist, Doctor Quentin Van Meter, and Executive of the American College of Pediatricians, Doctor Jill Simons, join us to discuss these laws. Finally this evening, it's a movement growing by leaps and bounds in private and Catholic schools, the return to classical education. For a long time, classical education was the cornerstone of Catholic and Christian schools. Founder and CEO of the Classical Learning Test, Jeremy Tate, joins to share what it was replaced with and why. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
With a new film that exposes the dangers of transitioning, filmmaker Don Johnson joins Dr. Grazie Christie to discuss his new documentary, Dysconnected: The Real Story Behind the Transgender Explosion. As parishes across the country see dwindling numbers in Mass attendance, JP De Gance of Communio joins discussing the importance of evangelizing through marriage and relationship ministry. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily to prepare us for this Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pm on EWTN radio!
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: This week, pro-abortion House and Senate Democrats marked what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade. They declared their movement will not back down against Republican efforts to restrict or limit access to abortions. For many, it seems like at long last the Department of Justice is dishing out justice to abortion activists who vandalized pro-life properties in Florida. Special Counsel for Litigation and Communications at First Liberty Institute, Jeremy Dys, joins to give us a quick overview of this story. And despite high interest rates and fears over a possible recession, the US economy grew at the end of 2022, expanding at a 2.9% annual pace from October through December. Meanwhile, Saint Francis de Sales was a topic of conversation in France, particularly at the Shrine of Lourdes which is hosting the Catholic Media Federation's International Day in his honor. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, caught up with the head of the Vatican's Communications Department, Dr. Paolo Ruffini. Finally this evening, Sister Maris Stella Karalekas is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and even served 5 years as a surface warfare officer on a naval destroyer. Then she met the Sisters of Life and her own life took an unexpected turn. Sr. Maris Stella of the Sisters of Life in Denver joins to tell us more about what led her to religious life. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: More than 2,000 rabbis say they want to set the record straight about Jewish law and abortion. This whole controversy centers around a law in the state of Missouri, the Right to Life of the Unborn Child Act. Managing director of the Coalition for Jewish Values, Rabbi Yaakov Menken, joins to share why some rabbis take issue with this measure and what they did about it. And first it was former President Donald Trump, then President Joe Biden and now it's former Vice President Mike Pence. Each one had classified documents where they shouldn't have been unsecured inside their homes, offices and garages. President Joe Biden announced that the US will send 31 M1 Abrams battle tanks to Ukraine as it defends itself against Russia, which invaded its neighbor nearly a year ago. Meanwhile, the UN reports gang violence spiraling out of control in Haiti at a level not seen in decades. The number or reported killings soared by 35% last year and kidnappings more than doubled. Child Protection Program Manager for Catholic Relief Services in Haiti, Frederique Jean-Baptiste, joins to share more about this and what he is seeing. Finally this evening, Hyunjoo Oh comes to the Vatican from the United Nations in New York. She is South Korea's first female ambassador to the Holy See. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, had the opportunity to interview the new ambassador. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
John Schlimm is a Harvard-trained educator, artist, advocate, and international award-winning author of twenty-five books. He is also the creator of such participatory and public art projects as The Gen-Z Time Capsule in collaboration with The Andy Warhol Museum; The Kindness Rocks & Smiles Community Project in collaboration with Megan Murphy, Founder of The Kindness Rocks Project; The Brain Zine in collaboration with AllMed Healthcare Management; and THE SMILE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD (is yours) which has been installed across the country. John has appeared on such national media outlets as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Hallmark Channel's Home & Family, Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, NPR, Martha Stewart Living's Everyday Food, The Splendid Table, QVC, and EWTN's The World Over. His latest book, WHAT WOULD GEN Z DO? is available now.
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: While Attorney General Merrick Garland ripped into state legislatures that he says “took steps to impose bans and other restrictions on access to abortion,” the Alliance Defending Freedom says the Biden Administration is engaging in “heavy-handed moves to override the state laws.” Meanwhile, the trial starts today in Philadelphia for the pro-life father of 7 and subject of an armed FBI raid. Attorney Matt Heffron joins to share how he sees this case playing out for Mark Houck. And the fight to raise the debt ceiling is heating up. House Republicans say spending cuts must take place and the budget process needs reform. But Democrats and the White House say no deal. The grandparents who are guardians of a Virginia teenager say they were intentionally "kept in the dark" about their granddaughter's gender struggles. Michelle Blair says her 14 year old granddaughter Sage was bullied, assaulted and ultimately fell into the hands of a sex trafficker. President of the Family Foundation of Virginia, Victoria Cobb, discusses why Sage's grandparents were never told about this. Finally this evening, the president of the German Bishops' Conference is dismissing Vatican concerns over the country's Synodal Path. EWTN Vatican Bureau journalist and producer, Rudolf Gehrig, joins to tell us more about the letter from the Vatican and what some of the specific concerns were. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: As the White House tries to make it easier for women to access abortion drugs, pro-life advocates push back in defense of unborn life. Senior Reporter for the Daily Signal, Mary Margaret Olohan, joins to share her reaction to Vice President Kamala Harris' visit to Florida and pledge to provide and protect abortion access. And the Republican controlled US House is using its new power to send a message about pro-life politics. Meanwhile, more classified documents were found over the weekend in the Wilmington, Delaware home of President Joe Biden. Staff writer for National Review, Nate Hochman, joins to share his take on the president's classified documents scandal. Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin is pushing a bill that would ban the state's public schools from withholding information about merit awards. This comes after 17 Virginia schools were caught delaying or failing to give students notice of their national merit scholarships in time for college applications. Former Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, joins to share her take on this situation. Finally this evening, tonight the network is happy to announce and welcome a familiar face as the new president and COO of EWTN News. Montse Alvarado, host of EWTN News In Depth and Executive Director of the Beckett Fund will take on the new role in just a few months. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Less than 24 hours until the first ever March for Life in a post-Roe America. President of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund, Jeanne Mancini, joins to talk about the mood in these final hours before the 2023 March for Life. The pro-abortion Biden Administration calls the overturning of Roe a "health crisis," adding that abortion is under attack like never before. Vice President Kamala Harris is heading to Florida on Sunday for a speech on abortion. Meanwhile, the crisis at the Southern border shows no signs of letting up. A record number of illegal migrants evaded law enforcement last year and more are expected this year. Now lawmakers from both parties say they want action by the Biden Administration, if not impeachment proceedings could take place. And among those marching at the March for Life is a number of abortion survivors, grateful for every breath and the chance to tell their story. One such survivor, Kim Marvin, joins to tell us about a bad dream she awoke from when she was 15 years old and her mother's message to her. Finally this evening, the Catholic group Laudato Si' has launched a new initiative called "An Economy of Peace" which aims to help the people of Ukraine. Divestment Campaigner from the Laudato Si Movement, Joseph D'Halluin, joins to tell us a little more about this initiative. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
As thousands take to the streets for the first time marching for LIFE in a post-Roe world this weekend, Kathryn Jean Lopez of the National Review joins alongside Sister Mary Grace of the Sisters of Life to discuss how we can best move forward helping mothers choose life in this new era where abortion is no longer law of the land. Considering the statistic that for every one adoption, 50 are aborted, Elizabeth Kirk joins sharing the beauty of adoption. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily for Word of God Sunday. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Young people in the UK are increasingly turning to Satanism. The global order of Satan UK claims their membership has increased by 200% in the past 5 years. CEO of Word on Fire Ministries, Father Steve Grunow, joins to tell us about the Global Order of Satan and why their membership in the UK is sky-rocketing. Meanwhile, with the annual March for Life just 2 days away, the Biden Administration, specifically Vice President Kamala Harris, will be delivering a pro-abortion speech in Florida this coming Sunday. That is what multiple media outlets are reporting. This Thursday the US will hit its debt limit, according to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. And the Week for Christian Unity 2023 begins today and Pope Francis, following tradition, will celebrate Vespers in the Basilica of Saint Paul outside the walls next Tuesday. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, had the opportunity to interview Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity. Finally this evening, following the March for Life this Friday in Washington DC comes the Walk for Life in San Francisco. Co-Chair of the Walk for Life West Coast, Eva Muntean, joins to tell us a little more about this year's Walk for Life and her thoughts as they kick off the event for the first time in a post-Roe America. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: President Joe Biden and the White House continue to come under intense scrutiny after the discovery of classified documents at Biden's home and former office. Republicans are launching multiple investigations. Several are now demanding the White House turn over the visitor logs to the residence and all other information related to its searches. Congressman James Comer, Chair of the Oversight Committee, says he has a lot of questions. Executive Director of the Heritage Action, Jessica Anderson, joins to discuss the continued findings and shares what she makes of all of this. Meanwhile, several Church leaders, including Pope Francis, attended Saturday's funeral Mass for Cardinal George Pell. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, joins to tell us more about the funeral. Finally this evening, there are some new treatment guidelines for the more than 14 million obese kids and teens in the United States. The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends aggressive therapies like pills and surgeries early on as long-term remedies for weight loss. Author and Staff Writer at the Federalist, Tristan Justice, discusses the new guidelines and else he can tell us. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
With the March for Life just a week away, Sister Marie Veritas of the Sisters of Life joins Dr. Grazie Christie to discuss LifeFest featuring some very moving testimonies and Mass celebrated by Archbishop Lori ahead of the march. As the FDA has relaxed its rules yet again on the abortion pill, Dr. Ingrid Skop of the Charlotte Lozier Institute joins to discuss why this is such a tragic idea especially as it's disguised as women's health. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily to prepare us for this Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!
Tonight on "EWTN News Nightly": With questions still swirling around the classified documents found on President Biden's Wilmington, DE property and former office, the White House press secretary again took several questions on the heated topic this afternoon. Senior Editor at the Federalist, David Harsanyi, joins to share his thoughts about the appointment of a special counsel to look into Joe Biden's classified document controversy and what we know about Robert Hur. The Biden Administration announced it plans to revisit Department of Education rules on a host of issues. Education Reporter at the Washington Examiner, Jeremiah Poff, shares what this could mean for religious colleges and universities. Meanwhile, House lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including 77 new members, have wrapped up their first legislative week. And a basketball event to witness the power of sports as a tool for overcoming religious barriers took place today near the Vatican. Founder of the For the Martys organization, Gia Chacon, joins to tell us more about today's event and the partnership with Enes Kanter Freedom. Finally this evening, this month Ablaze Family Ministries kicks off a new online community called the One Best Thing Hub. It's a website aimed at equipping parents to raise a family of faith. Director of Ablaze Family Ministries, Kristen Fisher, joins to tell us more about the One Best Thing Hub and why they are starting it. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
Keith Berube, professor of Mariology, theology, and literature, explains how the Holy Spirit is at work in the scripture, tradition, and magisterium in the Catholic Church; he also tells the story of his own faith journey and conversion and we talk about miraculous encounters—in our daily lives, in the lives of our friends, and in history (for example, at Lourdes). In addition, Keith discusses the historical context of Pope Francis's consecration of Russia and Ukraine; along the way, he and I have a lively disagreement about Putin as we try to untangle the spiritual and political problems of the day. Books by Mr. Berube available on Amazon Mr. Berube on EWTN's At Home with Jim and Joy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Reporters wanted to discuss the discovery of classified documents with President Joe Biden following a speech about inflation. The latest classified documents were found in a garage, where Biden's Corvette is parked. And just days after taking control of the US House, Republicans have passed 2 major pro-life bills. Over in the US Senate, Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi will serve as the 118th Congress Chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus. She tells us what she has in mind for the caucus and what she hopes to accomplish for the unborn. Meanwhile, it has been a week of transportation chaos across the US. A technology glitch grounded the country's air travel Wednesday morning and passengers traveling from Virginia to Florida were stuck on an Amtrak train for 36 hours after a freight train derailed. Research Fellow for Economic Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation, Joel Griffith, joins to share his reaction to this grand-scale transportation chaos plaguing the country and what we are hearing. Finally this evening, the Catholic Bishops of Europe have submitted their thoughts on the upcoming European Year of Skills. General Secretary of the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Union, Fr. Manuel Enrique Barrios Prieto, joins to tell us more about the document he submitted to the European Commission. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Australian Cardinal George Pell, a towering figure of the Church both physically and intellectually, died last night from cardiac arrest. Cardinal Pell was 81 years old. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, joins to tell us more about this unexpected news. EWTN Rome Correspondent Colm Flynn was just with Cardinal Pell days ago as they covered the passing of Pope Benedict. Flynn describes how Cardinal Pell seemed and what his impressions were. Meanwhile, Congressional reaction continues to surface after classified documents were found in a private Washington office used by President Joe Biden when he was vice president. The documents were found just before the Midterm elections but were not made public until recently. Now, lawmakers want answers. And a recent report reveals sky high unemployment benefits to the tune of $100,000 in some states. Coauthor of the study and research fellow for Regional Economics at the Heritage Foundation, EJ Antoni, joins to share whether this is the reason so many workers are sitting on the sidelines. Finally this evening, the estimated 40 million world-wide victims of human trafficking are called modern-day slaves. Senior Legal Counsel at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Dani Pinter, joins to tell us what specific tactics traffickers use and what parents should be aware of. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: While President Joe Biden continues his trip to Mexico City, the US Department of Justice launched a review of classified documents found at his former institute in Washington DC. Founder and President of the Internet Accountability Project, Mike Davis, joins to share his reaction to the discovery of the classified documents at the Penn-Biden Center. Meanwhile, House Republicans passed their first test of the new Congress - adopting a rules package. It lays out operating rules for the next 2 years. And the FDA changed existing laws last week. Retail pharmacies that agree to certain rules can now distribute the abortion drug Mifepristone to women who have a prescription from their doctors. CEO and President of 40 Days for Life, Shawn Carney, joins to share his reaction to this move by the FDA. Bloomberg Law purchased 33 baby food products in stores and online and mailed them to a laboratory to be tested for results. All but one contained at least 2 of 3 heavy metals: lead, arsenic and cadmium. Executive Director of the Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries, Katy Talento, joins to tell us about the FDA's response to the Bloomberg study. Finally this evening, Pope Francis met with Italy's Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni at the Vatican. Senior Rome Correspondent for Catholic News Agency, Hannah Brockhaus, joins to tell us more about this meeting and what topics were discussed. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: House lawmakers began their first week of the new season. The top order of business is passing a rules package governing operations for the 118th Congress, but the real test is the side agreements Speaker Kevin McCarthy made with Conservative lawmakers. Meanwhile, after visiting El Paso, Texas for four hours on Sunday, and getting a closer look at the job border patrol officers do, President Joe Biden flew to Mexico City where he is meeting with Mexico's president and Canada's prime minister for discussions on multiple topics that impact each nation. Senior Editor of the Common Sense Society, Chris Bedford, joins to share his thoughts on President Biden's long awaited trip to the Southern border in Texas. And the Associated Press reports that China is suspending social media accounts of critics of the country's COVID policies. Medical ethicist, psychiatrist and fellow at the National Catholic Bioethics Center, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, joins to share his reaction on the report from China and whether he was surprised by it. Finally this evening, Pope Francis received a document from a group in Germany that is highly critical of the country's Synodal Way. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, interviewed a member of the group New Beginnings, Sophia Kuby. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
With the passing of Benedict XVI on New Year's Eve, Ashley McGuire joins Dr. Grazie Christie reflecting on the wonderful words and writings of the late Pope including his just-released Spiritual Testament, contemplating a life so well-lived. Edward Pentin also joins from Rome with the latest surrounding the Pope Emeritus' funeral and his profound teachings on faith and reason. Father Roger Landry offers a beautiful homily for the Epiphany pouring through Benedict's own insights for the Solemnity. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!
Tonight on "EWTN News Nightly": Pope Francis celebrated Mass for the feast of the Epiphany which is being celebrated in many parts of the world. However, much of the Catholic world is still reflecting on the funeral yesterday and saying goodbye to Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. Contributor to the National Catholic Register, Fr. Raymond De Souza, joins to tell us more about the funeral and what his personal highlights of the historic day were. Bishop of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester, Bishop Robert Barron, joins to share his thoughts as we say goodbye to one of the great minds and leaders of the Church. President Joe Biden offered his condolences following the death of Pope Benedict XVI. He made an unannounced visit to the Holy See's Embassy in Washington DC. Meanwhile, Republicans say they can't believe it's taken President Joe Biden so long, just to visit the border. Texas Congressman Pat Fallon says Biden's failures with the border crisis continue to put all Americans at risk. Finally this evening, the newly released "The Prayer Book for Tired Parents" may be just the ticket to get mom and dad through sleepless nights and help them find Godly purpose in each new chapter of parenthood. Authors David and Debbie Cowden, join to tell us more about the book and what inspired them to write it now. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
EWTN's The World Over with Raymond Arroyo takes a look at the life and legacy of the late Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI with Robert Royal & Fr. Gerald Murray. Plus, reflections from: Edward Pentin, Rome correspondent for The National Catholic Register reports from the Vatican. Fr. Robert Sirico, president of The Acton Institute. Fr. Joseph Fessio, founder and editor of Ignatius Press. Paul Badde, journalist, historian, author.
Patty and Adam discuss the Messy Family Project with Mike Herndon. Adam discusses Bible of the Year and Catechism of the Year with Fr. Mike Schmitz. Patty and Adam sit down with Blake Brouilette to discuss the Christ In The City ministry. Jim Jansen with FOCUS stops by the Covenant Network Booth. Adam sits down with Christine Schicker of EWTN to discuss the resources available thru the media apostolate. Learn more about Covenant Network Catholic Radio at www.OurCatholicRadio.org.
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Today's funeral services for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI were part of a historic day, in which a current Pope presided over the funeral of a Pope Emeritus. Director of Digital Strategy and Social Media at EWTN News, Ursula Murua, joins to tell us a bit about what it was like this week and especially today for the funeral in Rome. Hope was a major theme of Pope Benedict's life and Papacy. Theologian and ethicist Dr. Pia de Solenni, joins to discuss where she saw the theme of hope play out in Pope Benedict's life and whether that same theme crossed her mind at all as the world bid him farewell today. And another day on Capitol Hill and still no Speaker of the US House. Everything is on hold until someone is elected to take the gavel, many lawmakers are worried about basic government functions. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden proposed a plan to ease the immigration crisis at the Southwest border, and he slammed Republicans in the process, saying they haven't been serious at all. Finally this evening, it is no secret that Pope Benedict XVI held women, especially women of the Church, in the highest esteem. Senior fellow at the National Review Institute and editor-at-large of National Review Magazine, Kathryn Jean Lopez, joins to tell us about her experience meeting the Pope in 2012 and the impact it had on her. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: At his weekly talk to pilgrims at the Vatican, Pope Francis recalled late Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI saying he always wanted to help people find Christ. Interim Executive Director of Catholic News Agency, Kelsey Wicks, joins to share what it's like right now at the Vatican and what is expected for the funeral tomorrow. EWTN News Nightly asked President Joe Biden what Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI meant to the President as a Catholic, and why he's not attending the Pope's funeral. Meanwhile, the US House continues to struggle over who will be the next speaker. Kevin McCarthy was hoping day 2 to get over the Speaker of the House finish line, but he is still more than a dozen votes short of reaching that 218 mark necessary to become Speaker. And as our 2,000 year old Catholic Church marches into the future, Pope Benedict's teachings leave a theological roadmap for the faithful. Doctor of Moral Theology and president of the Dominican House of Studies, Fr. Thomas Petri, joins with more on the life and legacy of the former Pope. Author of the book "Father Benedict: The Spiritual and Intellectual Legacy of Pope Benedict XVI," James Day, joins to tell us about the late Pope's desire to go by Father Benedict and the lessons we can all take from the late Pope's life. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Tens of thousands of mourners are at the Vatican paying their final respects to Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. The funeral is set for Thursday. Director of EWTN Germany, Martin Rothweiler, joins to talk to us about the scene at St. Peter's Square. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden travels to Kentucky and Vice President Kamala Harris heads to Illinois tomorrow each touting how the administration is “rebuilding our infrastructure” as well as “creating good-paying jobs…” On the first day of the 118th Congress, House Republicans are set to elect a new speaker. Not everyone is on board with former leader Kevin McCarthy taking the gavel. The former Minority Leader held a very tense Republican meeting just before today's session got underway. A new year, a new Congress, and a mixed bag of priorities for House Republicans. With so many items on the docket for the new Congress, Director of the Center for Economic Opportunity at the Independent Women's Forum, Patrice Onwuka, joins to share what tops her list and what she believes they need to get to right away. Finally this evening, where our culture often finds beauty in the superficial and the fleeting, Pope Benedict XVI found beauty in art, music and even the Cross. Art Historian at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, Liz Lev, joins to tell us about her meeting with Pope Benedict and his influence on her life and her work. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
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On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI died on Saturday at the age of 95 following a brief illness. We take a look at the life of Pope Benedict XVI. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief, Andreas Thonhauser, sets the scene for us and shares what is taking place at the Vatican and around St. Peter's Square. President Joe Biden and the First Lady were on vacation in the US Virgin Islands when Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI died. They issued a statement saying they join Catholics around the world and so many others in mourning his passing. On Capitol Hill, reaction to his death is coming from both sides. Republicans and Democrats remembered his impact on the Catholic Church. In his birth state of Bavaria, officials ordered flags to fly at half-mast, as hundreds mourned his passing at a church in his home village. Editor-in-chief of CNA Deutsch, AC Wimmer, joins to share what has been the reaction in Germany to Pope Benedict's death, as they say goodbye to one of their own. The former Pope wrote 3 encyclicals on spiritual, social and economic issues during his Papacy. Associate Professor of Theology at Catholic University of America, Dr. Chad Pecknold, joins to share what one element of Pope Benedict's teaching stands out to him the most. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: White House Correspondent Owen Jensen was able to ask President Joe Biden directly, "Should there be any restrictions on abortion at all?" And earlier this year, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of the Archdiocese of San Francisco banned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion in her home diocese. The archbishop said he was motivated by Speaker Pelosi's reaction to the Texas Heartbeat Law which banned abortion after 15 weeks. A new exhibition in Spain renews interest in the Shroud of Turin. This new exhibition showcases a life-sized model of a man depicting the person who was wrapped in the shroud, to many, Jesus Christ. EWTN News Correspondent Colm Flynn reports. Coal for Christmas may not be on everyone's holiday wish list, but for many people in Afghanistan it is a life-saving gift as they face a harsh winter. The Vulnerable People Project's Coal for Christmas initiative aims to help one million Afghans at risk of starvation and exposure this winter. Champion of Catholic Human Rights, Jason Jones tells us more about this. Finally, this evening, the Pontifical North American College got a new rector this year. Monsignor Thomas Powers is a former student at the NAC. The 57-year-old is a priest in the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Msgr. Powers tells us more about this appointment. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn"
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Raymond Arroyo, New York Times bestselling author and host of The World Over Live on EWTN, joins us to discuss his new book The Wise Men Who Found Christmas, and the truth behind the fabled wise men present at the birth of Jesus Christ. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, Rich reflects on Christmas and the gift that the politicians in Washington gave themselves with your tax dollars. Then, Raymond Arroyo from EWTN discusses his new book "The Wise Men Who Found Christmas." Plus, a farewell to WPHT in Philadelphia as Rich's show goes into late-night syndication. Subscribe to this podcast. Comment and follow on Facebook, Twitter, GETTR, and Truth Social or visit us at RichValdes.com