Who is Raymond Arroyo and how old is he?

Who is Raymond Arroyo and how old is he?


MADE famous as the founding news director of the Eternal World Television Network, Raymond Arroyo is beloved by millions of viewers worldwide.

He is the anchor of EWTN’s program, The World Over Live, and also regularly appears on Fox News.

Raymond Arroyo

The 25th Year Anniversary image for Raymond Arroyo’s show “The World Over”[/caption]

Who is Raymond Arroyo?

At the helm of EWTN’s news coverage, Arroyo serves as a religious lens on the news.

According to Premiere Speakers, his broadcasts are reportedly viewed in more than 350 million homes globally each week.

He also is broadcast on more than 500 AM/FM stations, as well as on EWTN’s own SiriusXM station.

He has more papal coverage than anyone else in the industry, including the first and only English interview with Pope Benedict XVI.

Other famous interviews include the first exclusive, sit-down with Mel Gibson after the release of his film The Passion of the Christ.

He also interviewed Mother Teresa, Presidents George W. Bush and Donald Trump, and comedian Jerry Lewis.

He is also a contributor to Fox News, including regularly appearing on The Ingraham Angle, and even guest-hosting the show on occasion.

He has also appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Access Hollywood, The O’Reilly Factor, Erin Burnett Out Front, and CNN Headline News over the years.

How old is Raymond Arroyo?

Raymond Arroyo was born on September 20, 1970.

He is from New Orleans, Louisiana.

He is 51 years old.

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Raymond Arroyo with his wife, Rebecca[/caption]

Is Raymond Arroyo married?

Arroyo lives with his wife, Rebecca, whom he first met in the early 1990s.

The couple was married in 1995, and have three children together, sons Alexander and Lorenzo, and daughter Mariella.

While the family currently resides in Northern Virginia, Arroyo often posts photos from New Orleans on his Instagram page.

His family all fled the state when Hurricane Katrina destroyed their homes in 2005, according to the National Catholic Register.

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