From Monday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Rose of Lima, Pope Francis’ reflection on the “scandal” of the Eucharist, and 5 Psalms to pray for those who are suffering.

In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 2:06-2:21am ET), we are faced with a question that defines the Christian faith: Will you follow Christ? May we always answer as Peter does.

In Thinking Faith (airing 2:27-3:01am ET), Eric and Brett discuss the theological problems with how Residential Schools were implemented and the Church’s participation in them.

In the readings for today (airing 3:06-3:10am ET), hear from 1 Thessalonians 1, Psalm 149, and Matthew 23.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:20-3:27am ET), Nancy Bandzuch talks about the Eighth Beatitude.

In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 3:32-5:16am ET), Forty-four years ago this month, David Berkowitz was arrested and confessed to the Son of Sam shootings. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli examine whether he acted alone and what role satanism may have played in the murders.

In Being Human (airing 5:20-6:05am ET), Dr. Greg Botarro talks with Dr. Peter Malinoski about “parts” within ourselves and how it connects to the Catholic faith.

In Good and Decent (airing 6:10-6:50am ET), Javi pitches an idea to Josh and Sara: A group of air guitarists in Boston have something in common with a cloistered monk in Kentucky. Confused but intrigued by this contrasting pair, the three hit the road for their first post-pandemic road trip…and their first time working together as a trio in person! They set out to discover what it is that connects these seemingly disparate people.

Church Life Today (airing 6:55-7:25am ET), the Parish and the Call to Communion is discussed with Katherine Coolidge.

The Sandwich Generation (airing 7:30-8:00am ET), what you need to know about Veterans Benefits is discussed.

From Wednesday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Louis IX, ways Pope Francis and some Felician sisters are helping in Haiti, and some saints to pray for Afghanistan.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 10:06-10:27am ET), Tommy talks about the mental health considerations in interfaith marriages, introduces listeners to Saint Mary MacKillop, and answers listener questions about mental health medications increasing in dosage over time, how to approach an examination of conscience in the context of depression, and the connections between binge eating and OCD.

In Thinking Faith (airing 10:35-11:10am ET), Deacon Eric Gurash discusses the intersection of faith and mental health in this examination of St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Rules for Discernment of Spirits and new research into Religious Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

In the readings for today (airing 11:15-11:18am ET), hear from 1 Thessalonians, Psalm 139, and Matthew 23.

In Pints with Jack (airing 11:25am-12:35pm ET), Dr. Steven Beebe and Dr. Gordon Greenhill talk about their book collecting.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 12:40-12:50pm ET), Nancy Bandzuch talks about the 8th Beatitude.

In Godsplaining (airing 12:55-1:30pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman discuss the writings of Catholic author Graham Greene.

In Outside the Walls (airing 1:35-2:35pm ET), Bo Bonner talks about the Just War Theory, it’s development, and the need to promote the dignity of the human person in the midst of conflict.

In Poco a Poco (airing 1:40-3:10pm ET), the friars reflect on the last words of Christ and what they reveal about the heart of God.

In Truth in Charity (airing 3:15-4:00pm ET), Bishop talks about vaccine mandates and possible exemptions to those mandates. But first, current events…specifically, what’s going on in Afghanistan and Haiti and ways we can help.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:00-5:00pm ET), Dr. Paul Carson and critical care pulmonologist Dr. Eustace Fernandes give and update on the COVID-19 pandemic. They talk about what’s happening with the delta variant, evidence on vaccine safety and efficacy, and what doctors have learned about how to treat COVID through the last 18 months.

From Tuesday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Bartholomew aka St. Nathaniel, plus a new document on gender identity from a US bishop, and some quotes to inspire you as the Year of St. Joseph continues.

In Renovo (airing 5:06-5:32pm ET), hear about the prophet Elijah and why he matters today.

In Catholic Cafe (airing 5:37-6:05pm ET), Mary is crowned Queen of heaven and earth and this should be tremendous news for all of us. Imagine what it would be to discover that you are a part of the Royal Family.

In the readings for today (airing 6:10-6:13am ET), hear from Revelation 21, Psalm 145, and John 1.

In Catholic Games from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 6:13-6:31pm ET), Cory Heimann, from Likable Art, plays a rhyming game.

In Pints with Jack (airing 6:37-7:15pm ET), co-host Andrew Lazo has appeared on the Upstream podcast with Shane Morris several times. In this episode, Andrew explains how Lewis’ books reveal the exhortation to love rightly.

In Speaking with Deacons (airing 7:17-8:00pm ET), Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR, shares how he prepares for his homilies so that his preaching might bring about conversion in the hearts of the listeners.

In Our Lady of Podcast (airing 8:04-8:32pm ET), explore what it means to have confidence and more importantly to have confidence in the Lord.

In Do Something Beautiful (airing 8:35-9:10pm ET), Nicole Caruso talks about the culture of feeling unworthy, the question of identity, and how can moms work with their daughters to instill confidence and worth. Plus Nicole also shares advice for women ready to begin embracing the idea that they are worthy!

In The Daughters Project (airing 9:13-10:00pm ET), Fr. Harrison Ayre, Sr. Nancy, and Sr. Aletheia talk about the sacramental worldview.

In The Word on Fire Show (airing 10:03-10:35pm ET), Brandon and Bishop Barron continue discussion of a recent article by Tim Keller, the popular Protestant pastor, titled “The Fading of Forgiveness: Tracing the Disappearance of the Thing We Need Most.”

In Morning Jolt (airing 10:40-11:00pm ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with Fr. Gabriel Emmanuel, CFR, to talk about Damascus Missions.