In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 2:06-2:20am ET), hear about how Christ declares himself the bread that has come down from heaven. If you want to live in the eternal realm, you must eat food that sustains forever.
In Catholic Games from the Kyle Heimann Show (airing 2:26-2:46am ET), Mike Tenney, musician, speaker, and host of the Pop Culture Catechism show is pretty good at knowing songs and artists based off lyrics.
In the readings for today (airing 2:51-2:55am ET), hear from Deuteronomy, Psalm 147, and Matthew 17.
In K&J (airing 3:01-3:30am ET), Kevin and Jay talk about their spiritual journeys, discuss the religious influence of their parents and families, and share how they try to pass on the Catholic faith to those in their lives.
In Pilgrim Soul (airing 3:33-4:20am ET), all three hosts — Adrianna, Giuliana, and Sofia — answer questions submitted by listeners.
In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 4:25-5:44am ET), Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli examine the evidence to determine whether the Exodus really occurred.
In Being Human (airing 5:46-6:15am ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks to Maura Preszler about her new book Choosing to See Beauty.
In Good and Decent (airing 6:20-6:57am ET), producer Josh Long and Sara Thoms sit down with filmmaker and producer, Michael Burke to talk about empathy.
Church Life Today (airing 7:00-7:30am ET): Dr. Marie Condic discusses when human life begins.
The Sandwich Generation (airing 7:32-8:00am ET): Finish your race with style. Mary Grace Narkaj, a former collegiate swimmer and now fashion entrepreneur shares how she translated making beautiful things into making beautiful relationships. You can see her work at www.Anagrassia.com.
From Wednesday’s Podcast Block, 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 10:06-10:30am 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 10:36-10:56am 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 11:01-11:06am ET), hear from Deuteronomy 34, Psalm 66, and Matthew 18.
In Catholicism with My Kid (airing 11:05-11:22am 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 11:28-11:56am 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 12:00-12:43pm 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 12:49-1:35pm ET), Fr. Bonaventure Chapman and Chicago-based artist Sam Rosenthal discuss realism, impressionism, and cityscape painting.
In Speaking with Deacons (airing 1:38-2:25pm 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 2:29-3:17pm 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 3:20-4:00pm 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.
In Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:00-5:00pm ET), Dr. Greg Burke, Chief Patient Experience Officer for Geisinger Medical Center, talks about the phenomenon of patients and their families feeling like hostages during stays in the hospital. He explains the ways the healthcare system can cause confusion and frustration for patients, the problems caused by patients and providers having conflict, and some of the ways providers can help patients feel more comfortable.
From Tuesday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Blane and St. Lawrence the Deacon, plus news to pray for – a suspicious letter addressed to Pope Francis and a priest killed in France, and the second half of 90 ways to pray.
In Renovo (airing 5:06-5:33pm ET), hear about a recent joint declaration and what it means about the reunification of Lutherans and Catholics.
In Catholic Cafe (airing 5:40-6:07pm ET), Leah Jacobson, founder and CEO of the Guiding Star Project and author of “Wholistic Feminism,” joins for part 4 of a special 6 episode series on feminism. In this episode, they discuss the serious condition of the healthcare industry as it relates to women.
In the readings for today (airing 6:12-6:15pm ET), hear from 2 Corinthians, Psalm 112, and John 12.
In Popecast (airing 6:15-6:30pm ET), hear about the pope who didn’t back down. Pope St. Sixtus II.
In Ave Spotlight (airing 6:35-7:00pm ET), Christie Peters, cocreator of Every Sacred Sunday, a popular weekly Mass journal chats about using her creative talent to share her love of the Mass and the Gospel with others.
In Catholic Art History (airing 7:02-7:26pm ET), Charles and Amanda Shepard discuss the “Letter of His Holiness Pope John Paul II to Artists.” How can this inspire artists, and help non-artists appreciate art?
In Pints with Jack (airing 7:32-8:30pm ET), Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosi talks about his book “When the Church Was Young.”
In Paul George Show (airing 8:32-9:27pm ET), Paul talk about the rhythm of life, Bayou Jesus, and action prayer team.
In The Daughters Project (airing 9:32-10:01pm ET), the sisters talk about trusting God.
In The Word on Fire Show (airing 10:04-10:38pm ET), Bishop Barron talks about a recent article by Tim Keller, the popular Protestant pastor, titled “The Fading of Forgiveness: Tracing the Disappearance of the Thing We Need Most”. Why are people increasingly skeptical about forgiveness? Keller proposes two reasons: a therapeutic culture, and religion without grace.
In Morning Jolt (airing 10:41-11:00pm ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with a surprise guest, Joy, to discuss their friendship and work with FOCUS missions.