In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 1:06-1:22am ET), Bishop invites us to reflect on how Jesus’ response to the woman caught in adultery calls us to resist scapegoating in our own communities.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 1:22-1:30am ET), Nancy continues reflecting on the sin of sloth and helps us look toward the opposite of sloth – zeal.
In Lust Is Boring (airing 1:35-2:07am ET), Jason talks to Fr. Agustino Torres about how to get the most of out the sacrament of Confession and offers one unexpected sign of how to know if you’re making progress in the interior life.
In the readings from Mass (airing 2:13-2:20am ET), we hear from Wisdom 2, Psalm 34, and John 7.
In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 2:26-2:46am ET), Tommy answers questions about the experience of long-term grief, how to help a child with intrusive suicidal thoughts, and how we should understand diminished responsibility when it comes to those who have died by suicide.
In Fountains of Carrots (airing 2:49-3:42am ET), Christy and Haley talk about Haley’s new book “Jane Austen’s Genius Guide to Life: On Love, Friendship, and Becoming the Person God Created You To Be.”
In Thinking Faith (airing 3:47-4:28am ET), Dr. Brett talks to Brett Fawcett about the theology of Galileo and the scientific philosophy of his contemporary St. Robert Bellarmine.
In Ten Thousand Places (airing 4:31-5:22am ET), Lewis, Alex, and Justin talk about what it means to follow Jesus as disciple, the biblical meaning of discipleship, and how it applies to our lives today.
In Godsplaining (airing 5:28-6:00am ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk as they discuss the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church in this latest episode of the Back to Belief series.
In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am ET), public health specialists Dr. Paul Carson and Dr. Paul Cieslak talk about how to evaluate medical claims we may hear about from friends, family, and media.
In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:49am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV talk about how our culture views time, the Christian understanding of time, and how we can let Love meet us in each present moment.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:54-10:00am ET), Nancy Bandzuch continues the Lent series on the Seven Deadly Sins, focusing this week on gluttony.
In Catholic Bytes (airing 10:00-10:13am ET), Fr. George and Fr. Conrad revisit Exodus and the story of the first Passover while they draw the connections to how we celebrate and interact with the Eucharist today.
In the Scripture readings from Mass (airing 10:19-10:28am ET), we hear from 2 Kings 5, Psalm 42, and Luke 4.
In Ten Thousand Places (airing 10:34-11:25am ET), the guys are back for another season and in this episode they talk about the vision and the challenges of the new evangelization and give practical suggestions for how you can live your call to share the good news of the Gospel.
In Lust Is Boring (airing 11:30-11:55am ET), Jason Evert begins a 5-part series on the five loves of Saint John Paul the Great, this time focusing on the Eucharist and how we can get the most out of Mass by rekindling eucharistic amazement in your daily life.
In Restore the Glory (airing 11:58-1:17pm ET), Dr. Schucts and Jake continue their series on healing and leadership, this time welcoming Mother Superior Gloria Therese and Sr. Regina Marie of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles to hear their powerful accounts of their own person healing and how healing together has helped their whole community.
In Beyond Damascus (airing 1:20-2:17pm ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron talk about the beatitude: “Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 5:10)
In Church Life Today (airing 2:20-3:00pm ET), Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo talks to Paul Blaschko about how we can think about and investigate the meaning and the good of work.
In They That Hope (airing 3:06-3:44pm ET), Fr. Bob and Dcn. Bob talk about Daylight Savings Time, sports, the Oscars, Our Lady of Knock, and the virtue of faith.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:49-3:56pm ET), Nancy continues reflecting on the sin of sloth and how Christ shows us the virtue of work in his sacrifice on the cross.
In the readings from Scripture at Mass (airing 3:02-3:10pm ET), we hear from Exodus 32, Psalm 106, and John 5.
In Letters to Women (airing 4:16-5:00pm ET), Kristen Van Uden talks about fasting joyfully (yes, that’s possible), the history of fasting and Lent in the Catholic Church, and how to approach fasting if you’ve struggled with an unhealthy relationship with food.
In Poco a Poco (airing 5:03-6:00pm ET), the friars continue talking about Fr. Innocent’s book Born of Fire focusing on how Jesus invites us to have intimacy with Him.
In The Daughters’ Project (airing 6:05-6:44pm ET), Sr. Orianne Pietra René and Sr. Julie Benedicta are joined by Sr. Khristina in a conversation about God’s mercy and desire to have us with him.
In The Cordial Catholic (airing 6:47-8:03pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine, OP talks about how grace infuses our lives and helps us to live more virtuously, the role of prudence in the life of a Catholic, how to make decisions in God’s will (and how to understand God’s will to begin with!) and the role of the virtues in a Christ-centred life.
In Living Stones (airing 8:06-8:34pm ET), Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Ken Hallenius give a primer on the Stations of Cross.
In At The Table (airing 8:37-9:00pm ET), Pat and Cody talk about how productivity is an art, not a science, and how companies can look beyond raw productivity data to see how to really get the best out of their employees.