Hear about St. Jeanne Elizabeth des Birchier and St. Mary Baouardy, Pope Francis’ reflection on the damage hypocrisy can do, and 3 strategies NOT to try to bring a fallen-away child back to the faith.
In CNA Newsroom (airing 7:06-7:33am ET), Maren Latham shares the story of her conversion from the Mormon religion to the Catholic Church.
In Fr. Mike Schmitz’s Sunday Homily (airing 7:49-8:00am ET), the temptation to create a God in our own image and have a church in our own image is strong. But God has revealed Himself to us, which means we either choose Him…or we choose “not Him.” We don’t get to create our own personally curated version.
In the readings for today (airing 8:03-8:07am ET), hear from 1 Thessalonians, Psalm 90, and Matthew 24.
In Morning Jolt (airing 8:07-8:24am ET), Sister Ignatia answers tough questions like, why didn’t God heal my mother when we were praying so hard?
In Letters to Women (airing 8:30-9:10am ET), Catherine Huss talksa bout Siena and Co., a women’s swimwear line she founded. They talk about the topic of modesty and whether or not it’s subjective when it comes to the clothes we wear.
In Catholic Bytes (airing 9:11-9:25am ET), the fathers talk about the intellectual life – how to think and the process of thinking. Who do you want to think like?
In Pints with Aquinas (airing 9:30-11:30am ET), Trent Horn and Matt Fradd talk about how to ask the right questions about someone else’s beliefs, ways that Catholics and Protestants trip each other up with slogans, and more.
In You Were Born for This (airing 11:35-11:55am ET), Fr. John and Mary discuss how even the most seemingly ordinary events can have a momentous impact on another’s life and even world history.
In Counsel of Trent (airing 12:00-12:15pm ET), Trent shares some local lore from his old hometown of San Diego and reveals the failed prophecies of the group who built it.
In Building Through Him (airing 12:18-12:24pm ET), Mary Jo Parrish shares a little love note about enjoying our hearth cake.
In Ten Thousand Place (airing 12:30-1:00pm ET), Dr. Lewis Pearson, Dr. Alex Giltner, and Justin Aquila talk about what Catholics believe about baptism.