In Let Love (airing 2:06-2:40am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV dive into the final part of Chapter 2 of The Gospel of Life, and talk about how we can let Love into all the hard places in our lives, and how Jesus desires to transform us through His Cross and Resurrection.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 2:45-2:54am ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect for the 24th day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.
In American Catholic History (airing 3:00-3:21am ET), Tom and Noëlle Crowe explain how Mark Twain, an anti-Christian, even anti-Catholic, author, became not just interested in a St. Joan of Arc’s life, but an ardent fan.
In At the Table (airing 3:26-3:52am ET), Amy joins Pat and Cody to discuss the difficult task of going deeper, and why most people tend to avoid it.
In The Simple Reminder (airing 3:52-4:00am ET), Pat talks about how we can see some of life’s greatest gifts wrapped in packaging we don’t expect.
In The Paul George Show (airing 4:03-5:00am ET), Paul and Dcn. Adam talk about making room for the Holy Spirit.
In Snacking with the Saints (airing 5:05-6:16am ET), Andrea and Lena tackle the lives of two food adjacent saints: Saint Benedict and Saint Faustina!
In The Messy Family Podcast (airing 6:22-7:24am ET), Mike and Alicia talk about their transition into being grandparents and how some tips for how grandparents can support their children as they raise their own children.
In Church Life Today (airing 7:27-8:00am ET), Dr. David Fagerberg talks about how even adults can go on a spiritual journey through the Chronicles of Narnia.
In Poco a Poco (airing 9:03-10:00am ET), the friars talk about how habits of self-protection, fear, and insecurity hold us back from closeness with Christ.
In You Were Born for This (airing 10:06-10:29am ET), Fr. John and Mary talk about the launch of The Rescue Project on August 20 and offer practical suggestions on how to best prepare to run it.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 10:34-10:43am ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect for the 26th day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.
In The Simple Reminder (airing 10:49-11:07am ET), Pat, Cody, and Karent talk about the cruelty of allowing others to suffer.
In Pilgrim Soul (airing 11:13-12:00pm ET), Sofia, Giuli and Adrianna discuss division. In our personal lives and in the world, what generates conflict? What solution does the world offer, and how does this fail to satisfy our hearts? How can we taste the impossible peace that Christ came to bring?
In Outside the Walls (airing 12:03-1:00pm ET), Dr. Brett Salkeld talks about the Holy Father’s recent trip to Canada, how the Church can respond to sins of the past, and more from his article “Guilt, Responsibility, and Purgatory: How Traditional Catholic Teaching Can Help Us Think About Truth, Reconciliation, and Reparations.”
In The Feminine Genius (airing 1:05-1:42pm ET), Jane Kennedy talks about her organization “The SundayMonday” that seeks to inspire other women to bring their whole selves to their workplaces and allow God to set them ablaze wherever they may be.
In Catholic Stuff You Should Know (airing 1:45-2:26pm ET), Fr. John & Fr. Mike talk about the shema – the traditional Jewish confession of faith – and how Mary echoes it in her Magnificat.
In Thinking Faith (airing 2:32-3:23pm ET), we hear a a special Summer Masterclass on the Eucharist featuring a series of talks previously delivered by Dr. Brett Salkeld for the Archdiocese of San Francisco. This time he focuses on the Eucharist as a sacrifice and how common it is for us to misunderstand what that really means.
In Truth in Charity (airing 3:26-4:00pm ET), Bishop Rhoades focuses in on one of the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy: “sheltering the homeless” – and all the different ways this can apply to our lives…from sheltering the stranger to the migrant.
In Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:03-5:00pm ET), neurologist Dr. Leah Acosta, specializing in neurodegenerative disorders, shares the latest research about dementia, how to recognize symptoms, ethical and effective treatments, best chances for prevention, and more.
In CNA Newsroom (airing 5:06-5:34pm ET), we hear about why one of the world’s biggest comic book companies decided to highlight the stories of three beloved saints: St. John Paul II, Mother Teresa, and St. Francis.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 5:38-5:47pm ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect for the 25th day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.
In Ave Spotlight (airing 5:53-6:16pm ET), Chenele talks to Veronica Marrinan, founder of Litany NYC fashion brand, about fashion and consumer responsiblity.
In Holy Conundrums (airing 6:22-7:00pm ET), Everett talks to David Bereit about how the critical need for the Church to walk with mothers and children, providing support for community, education, friendship, whatever is needed so that mothers no longer feel the need for abortion.
In Beyond Damascus (airing 7:03-8:00pm ET), Dan, Brad, and Aaron discuss how Jesus sought after those who were lost and how we are called to seek after those who still need to meet Jesus, not just spend time with those who already already have.
In Abiding Together (airing 8:05-8:49pm ET), Heather, Michelle, and Sr. Miriam dive into the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen, part 2 of our series on the women doctors of the Church. They talk about her many talents and how she used her voice and influence to help restore the Church.
In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 8:52-9:51pm ET), it was recently a fifth Friday so Cy Kellett of Catholic Answers Live asked Jimmy Akin more weird questions from listeners, including will we be frozen in time in heaven; did Lazarus have a Near Death Experience; why is the night sky dark; ship of Theseus; and more.
In Godsplaining (airing 9:54-10:27pm ET), in this Guestsplaining edition of the show, F.r Gregory Pine and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman talk to Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, an exorcist for the Archdiocese of Washington, about the reality of demons and how to guard yourself against Satan.
In The Word on Fire Show (airing 10:30-11:00pm ET), Brandon Vogt and Bishop Barron continue examining four massively influential figures who together help explain our present moment, how we arrived at where we are today. Today, they focus on Friedrich Nietzche.