In Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons (airing 7:06-7:20am ET), Bishop Barron talks about the third Sunday of Advent, and the great image from Isaiah is that of the blooming desert. Many of us pass through desert times, dry periods of trial and training, but Advent helps us to remember that waiting is always oriented toward God’s coming among us.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:25-7:32am ET), guest-host Anthony talks about another great Catholic story.

In Being Human (airing 7:38-8:25am ET), Dr. Greg, Dr. Bryan, and Amy Grace ask the questions, “Is there a real difference between traditional psychotherapy and IDDM (Mentorship)?” “Or is it actually therapy just disguised as something new?”  and “What are the differences exactly?”, and more!

In Renovo (airing 8:30-9:00am ET), Doug tackles the question, “Is there a difference between the Theology of Martin Luther and Lutheranism?”

In Building Through Him (airing 9:03-9:22am ET), we hear Fr. Stephen Felicichia’s talk about his “saint stalker” St. Therese of Lisieux from the Kingdom Builders Conference in October 2022.

In Living the Call (airing 9:27-10:33am ET), Dcn. Charlie talks to Dcn. Greg Kandra about his time with CBS news, and how he felt God calling him to use his gifts to do more with his life. He also shares insights from his new book, Befriending St. Joseph as well as the importance of rediscovering joy and gratitude in our lives.

In Follow to Lead (airing 10:40-11:26am ET), Fr. Randy talks to Lynn Hire from the FIRE Foundation about inclusive education and how one group of families impacted their city and beyond to make Catholic education more available for those who have special needs.

In Godsplaining (airing 11:29-12:00pm ET), Fr. Patrick Briscoe and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress discuss what one ought to do if they don’t like their parish.

In Doctor Doctor (airing 12:03-1:00pm ET), Family physician Dr. Marguerite Duane talks about her work in direct primary care – being paid directly by her patients, instead of billing through insurance. She explains how it works, the advantages it gives in caring for patients, what it’s like making house calls, and why the low cost might surprise you.