In Let Love (airing 2:06-2:43am ET), the Sisters ask, “How do we bring life and love into situations that lack peace?”, “How can we bring something new to these situations?”, and “How do we stay in peace?”.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 2:48-2:57am ET), guest-host Anthony from the Lion and Lamb Book Club talks about Joy and Gaudete Sunday.

In American Catholic History (airing 3:03-3:30am ET), Tom and Noëlle tell us about Bishop Benedict Flaget’s humble decades of service as both a priest and a bishop on the wild frontiers of the US and why he should have a cause for canonization opened.

In At the Table with Patrick Lencioni (airing 3:36-3:59am ET), Pat, Cody and Beau discuss the 10,000 hours rule and the intersection of joy, talent and practice.

In Messy Family Podcast (airing 4:03-4:55am ET), they discuss how parents must be the stewards of the culture of the family and part of that culture is the relationship between brothers and sisters. Parents also need to intentionally work to teach those brothers and sisters to love each other. Because strong sibling relationships are one of life’s greatest joys.

In Do Something Beautiful (airing 5:05-6:10am ET), Fr. Michael O’Loughlin talks with Leah about the Christ Child, and the mystery of Christ choosing to enter the world through Mary’s womb.

In After the Homily (airing 6:16-6:50am ET), Fr. Daniel Scheidt and Dr. Chris Stroud talk about the season of Advent and how we can make the most of our opportunities to begin again.

In The Domestic Church Project (airing 6:53-7:25am ET), Jonathan Strate from Ascension talks about how families can take advantage of opportunities at their parishes and be part of making their parishes thrive.

In Godsplaining (airing 7:28-8:00am ET), Fr. Bonaventure Chapman, Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk, and Fr. Gregory Pine discuss the Mass readings for the Third Sunday of Advent.

In Poco a Poco (airing 9:03-10:59am ET), the Friars begin the second part of the series on Emmanuel: An Advent Devotional, which talks about how we can have the hearts to be open and available to receive God—to keep our focus on the gift of Emmanuel above and beyond everything else.

In You Were Born for This (airing 10:06-10:56am ET), Father John and Mary invite Fr. Thomas Haan, pastor of St. Louis de Montfort in Fishers, Indiana along with Brian Freyberger, Director of Evangelization and Jeff Hess of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, to talk about why and how they launched The Rescue Project in their parishes.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 11:01-11:08am ET), guest-host Anthony talks about Joy and Laura Bassi–specifically how she shared her talents with the world and brought joy to herself and others.

In Sunday Homilies with Fr. Mike Schmitz (airing 11:14-11:24am ET), Fr. Mike talks about the Immaculate Conception, what it is, and how God gives exactly what is needed for whatever He has called us to.

In Ave Explores (airing 11:30-11:56am ET), Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, introduces the theme of each week of her Advent reflection journal, Behold. She also explains how allowing ourselves to gaze at God—and inviting God into our lives—is the most fruitful way to begin the Advent season.

In Outside the Walls (airing 12:03-12:59pm ET), Deacon Charles Beard and I explore what it means for us to “Prepare the Way of the Lord” in relation to the second coming of Christ.

In The Feminine Genius Podcast (airing 1:05-1:49pm ET), Rachel talks to Samantha Stephenson about her conversion to the Catholic faith, her love for the intellectual tradition in the Catholic faith, and the power of having women present at the table when important conversations take place.

In Restore the Glory (airing 1:52-3:08pm ET), Jake and Dr. Bob talk to Sr. Miriam James Heidland about how The Holy Family can offer a healing lens for us to discover new depths and completeness in our understanding of motherhood, fatherhood, childhood and our own family life.

In Truth in Charity (airing 3:11-4:00pm ET), Bishop Rhoades and Kyle talk about the writings of St. John of the Cross, his work with Sr. Teresa of Avila, and how his work influenced many people over the centuries including St. Pope John Paul II.

In Doctor Doctor (airing 4:03-5:00pm 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.

In Protagonists of Change (airing 5:06-5:41pm ET), they’re talking about trust – trusting your gut, trusting your call, and most importantly trusting in Christ.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 5:46-5:53pm ET), guest-host Anthony talks about King Wenceslaus, joy, and how sharing our gifts with others can bring us joy.

In Ave Spotlight (airing 5:59-6:15pm ET), Katie Prejean McGrady talks with Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, about drawing near to Jesus during Advent for peace and comfort in times of sorrow and distress.

In Spirit in the Schools (airing 6:21-6:59pm ET), St. Vincent de Paul (Fort Wayne, IN) parent leaders reflect on generous programs they help run and living generosity in family life.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 7:03-7:59pm ET), Aaron, Dan and Brad discuss what it looks like to keep Christ in Christmas, most importantly, keeping Christ in Advent.

In Abiding Together (airing 8:05-8:48pm ET), Heather, Michelle, and Sr. Miriam talk to Beth Davis about the theme of having hope in seasons of waiting, trusting God when we can’t see what He’s up to, and being transformed by the renewal of our minds.

In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 8:51-9:37pm ET), Jimmy and Dom talk about the history of the Loch Ness Monster and the various alleged sightings and scientific surveys through the years.

In Morning Jolt (airing 9:40-10:07pm ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with Sister Mary Bosco to talk about her experience of when it seemed like God changed in her life.

In The Word on Fire Show (airing 10:10-11:00pm ET), we hear Fr. Mike Schmitz’s talk about what it looks like to choose joy and how it should transform our whole lives as Christians.