From Friday’s Daily Refill, hear about Bl. Solanus Casey, St. Ignatius of Loyola, and St. Alphonsus Ligouri, plus news about criminal charges for Theodore McCarrick and a new universal pro-life flag, and some prayer intentions for National Natural Family Planning Awareness Week.

In Living Stones (airing 1:06-1:34am ET), Ken and Deacon Harold return to their discussion of Evangelium Vitae with paragraph 66, and discuss so-called “right to die” laws, hope in The Resurrection, and what it means to suffer as members of the Body of Christ.

In Catholicism with My Kid (airing 1:40-1:53am ET), Sebastian and Kyle talk about the Bread of Life Discourse and what Jesus meant.

In the readings for today (airing 1:58-2:02am ET), hear from Leviticus 23, Psalm 81, and Matthew 13.

In Counsel of Trent (airing 2:08-4:20am ET), rent takes on the arguments of Eastern Orthodox apologist Jay Dyer with a special emphasis on the papacy and alleged contradictions between past Church teaching and the second Vatican council.

In Pints with Aquinas (airing 4:20-5:45am ET), Matt Fradd and Jacob Imam talk about 7 reasons the Latin Mass is extraordinary.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 5:50-6:00am ET), Nancy Bandzuch continues talking about the 4th Beatitude.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am ET), Pediatrician and medical ethicist Dr. Ashley Fernandes from Ohio State University talks about the role of conscience in healthcare for both physicians and patients, why conscience protection is so important for quality care, and answers common objections in today’s healthcare environment that say providers should put their beliefs and values aside.

From Monday’s Daily Refill, hear about Sts. Joachim and Anne, Pope Francis’ message about how God multiplies our small gifts, and some ideas for honoring our elderly and how we can learn about their lives.

In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 9:06-9:21am ET), hear about how John’s account of the multiplication of the loads helps us better appreciate the miracle we partake in at every Mass.

In Short Catholic from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 9:27-9:30am ET), Kyle Heimann reflects on praying for our enemies.

In the readings for today (airing 9:35-9:39am ET), hear from Exodus 32, Psalm 106, and Matthew 13.

In You Were Born for This (airing 9:45-10:09am ET), Fr. John and Mary talk about two grace-filled apostolates that offer practical prayerful support for our priestly brothers.

In The Pilgrim Soul Podcast (airing 10:12-10:50am ET), Damian Bacich joins Giuliana on the podcast to discuss education. What does it mean that education is introducing someone to reality, and not just teaching information? What can we do when someone rejects or refuses the truth that we offer? Have we learned something from the pandemic that can help us take the risk of education in a more human way?

In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 10:57am-12:30pm ET), Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli examine one ghost story from the US/Mexico border and what could explain it.

In Being Human (airing 12:33-1:07pm ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks about what everyone gets wrong about St. Joseph.

In Good and Decent (airing 1:12-1:42pm ET), Sara and Javi muse on people who exude generosity in their daily lives and what we can learn from them.

Church Life Today (airing 1:45-2:27pm ET), we are developing a mini-series here on Church Life Today about the relationship with our beloved dead. We’re talking about death, grief, longing, hope, and a lot more. This is connected to a project I myself am working on between the McGrath Institute for Church Life, where I work, and Ave Maria Press, which is a book on this topic. Animating that project are questions like “Where do our beloved dead go? How do they live? And what does this all mean for us, who remain?” I have been talking with people about their experiences of the death of loved ones and their desire for communion with them. I’m not recording all of these conversations, but I have asked a couple people—and maybe I’ll ask more––if they would be willing to record an episode for our show so that you can listen in, too. This is the second of those episodes, the first of which appeared under the title “Heaven in the Midst of Death.” My guest today is my friend Stephanie DePrez, a professional opera singer, a comedian, a voice coach, an artist. I’m so grateful to her for her willingness to talk with us today about her mom, Susie DePrez, and her own grief, desire, and hope.

The Sandwich Generation (airing 2:30-3:00pm ET), realtor Tim Murray discusses many of the things families need to consider when choosing where to live. To continue this conversation further with Tim yourself, he can be reached at the Coldwell Banker Real Estate Group, Cell: (574) 286-3944,

From Thursday’s Daily Refill, hear about Sts. Mary, Martha, and Lazarus, including the full powerful story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead, plus some news of another family in the United Kingdom fighting to keep their child alive despite a courts orders.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:06-3:13pm ET), Nancy Bandzuch continues talking about the Fourth Beatitude.

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 3:19-3:59pm ET), Kate Waldow shares her story and her struggle with infertility.

In the readings for today (airing 4:03-4:08pm ET), hear from Exodus 40, Psalm 84, and John 11.

In Letters to Women (airing 4:13-4:47pm ET), Amanda Weeder talks about her passion for helping tell the story of a home, her tried and true decorating tips, and why you don’t have to feel guilty as a Catholic woman if you’re wanting a beautiful home to retreat to.

In Cannonball Podcast (airing 4:50-5:20pm ET), Brad Farmer and Br Jude Emmanuel, OFM, Cap. discuss how saints become associated with different patronages.

In Pints with Jack (airing 5:25-6:20pm ET), Katherine Langrish talks about growing up loving Narnia and her book about sharing it with her own children, “From Spare Oom to War Drobe: Travels in Narnia with my nine-year-old”.

In You Were Born for This (airing 6:22-6:55pm ET), Fr. John and Mary welcome Dcn. Steve and USMC Major Sharon Sisbarro and have a conversation about how we can draw on some wise principles from the Marine Corp that easily apply to the Christian life.

In Outside the Walls (airing 7:00-7:56pm ET), Ken Hallenius talks about the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, joins us to talk about the link between Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame.

In Building Through Him (airing 8:00-8:18pm ET), Mary Jo Parrish talks about how we are not created to be bystanders – we are created to be rescuers.

In Ten Thousand Places (airing 8:21-9:00pm ET), hear about why Catholics should have their children baptized.