In You Were Born for This (airing 7:06-7:34am ET), Father John and Mary share some exciting news about The Rescue Project, ACTS XXX media and an image from the Lord to start this new year.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:39-7:46am ET), Nancy talks about how holiness can be found in our everyday lives.

In Sunday Homilies with Fr. Mike Schmitz (airing 7:52-8:09am ET), Fr. Mike talks about how while we are certainly human “beings”, we are also meant to “do”. He explains that the most important thing we can do is love, and the most important One we can love is God. He then dives into the fact that although we love God in a number of ways, the principle way is through worship and what that means for us.

In Ave Explores (airing 8:15-8:58am ET), Fr. Josh Johnson, host of the podcast Ask Fr. Josh, reflects on the essential role of fathers in families and in the Church. He also discusses how fathers–through their role as protectors and shepherds–can inspire and transform a family.

In Outside the Walls (airing 9:03-9:59am ET), TL sits down with Fr. Sean Hagerty, SJ, who is the vocation promoter for the UEA Province of the Jesuits. They dive into discernment, how to do it, and all the wisdom Fr. Sean has gleaned from his position.

In Blessed Is She (airing 10:05-10:40am ET), Jenna and Beth talk about prayer journaling, how they each do it differently, and some of their tips for bringing it into your own prayer routines.

In Restore the Glory (airing 10:43-11:52am ET), Jake & Bob are joined by Fr. Timothy Gallagher for a discussion on how discernment and healing go hand in hand.

In Living Stones (airing 11:58-12:25pm ET), Dcn. Harold and Ken talk about how every Mass we attend is a pilgrimage.

In Truth in Charity (airing 12:28-1:00pm ET), first we hear Bishop Rhoades talk about whether it’s better to receive Communion on the tongue or in the hand, then he tells the story of St. Hilary, a 4th century bishop who was sent into exile during the Arian heresy but defended the divinity of Christ so faithfully that he’s now a Doctor of the Church.