Laura Ingraham hosted EWTN"s Raymond Arroyo from Vatican City.
Arroyo said that when Pope Francis spoke about caring for creation was very inclusive - meaning it pertains to all life. He said the pope's sister claimed their family escaped Italy to get away from corrupt regimes. Ingraham said that power sometimes becomes a force for destruction. Arroyo said that he said there are Herods that come around to create havoc. He said he was alarmed at the simplicity of the homily, not a theological discourse worthy of a papal installation. Ingraham said he's giving a nod to the horrors in the culture, the treatment of the weak and the scandals that have happened at the Vatican.