Hear about St. Clare of Assisi, a court ruling in favor of religious freedom in healthcare, and an examination of conscience for technology use.
In St. Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 7:06-7:30am ET), Tommy talks about the impact of the pandemic on the mental health of extroverts, introduces listeners to Saint Albert Chmielowski, and answers listener questions about how to come to terms with a mental health diagnosis, the impact anger has on our health and spiritual wellbeing, and a new Vatican document that talks about mental health and emotional wellbeing.
In You Were Born for This (airing 7:36-7:56am ET), Fr. John and Mary invite listeners to join them in a simple proposal so as to allow the Lord to protect our minds and hearts from anxiety.
In the readings for today (airing 8:01-8:06am ET), hear from Deuteronomy 34, Psalm 66, and Matthew 18.
In Catholicism with My Kid (airing 8:05-8:22am ET), Bible trivia, history, and why some Bibles are different. Also we get into a mix-up between two historical figures.
In Thinking Faith (airing 8:28-8:56am ET), Deacon Eric Gurash continues breaking open the Book of the Acts of the Apostles, looking at its relation to the Gospel of Luke, who wrote it, and why, and taking a deep dive into a few major themes.
In Pints with Aquinas (airing 9:00-9:43am ET), Dave Rubin and Matt Fradd have a chat about disconnecting from the world and why its important to find a balance with technology.
In Godsplaining (airing 9:49-10:35am ET), Fr. Bonaventure Chapman and Chicago-based artist Sam Rosenthal discuss realism, impressionism, and cityscape painting.
In Speaking with Deacons (airing 10:38-11:25am ET), Dcn. James Keating explains why a deacon must first be a man of prayer before he can be a man of service, and the difference between a man who is called to holiness and one who is called to the diaconate.
In Poco a Poco (airing 11:29-12:17pm ET), the friars talk about how the Divine Physician heals us by removing obstacles, and this can be a lesson in how to approach sin.
In Truth in Charity with Bishop Rhoades (airing 12:20-1:00pm ET), Bishop breaks down the Pope’s latest apostolic letter called Guardians of the Tradition which has revised the rules governing the Extraordinary Form of the Mass or the Traditional Latin Mass.