In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 1:06-1:20am ET), he encourages us to reflect on who we trust as spiritual teachers.
In Good and Decent (airing 1:25-2:00am ET), Becky Rogers and Liz Colleran speak with Jacob Zumo, an artist from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
In the readings from Mass (airing 2:06-2:12am ET), we hear from James 5:9-12, Psalm 103, and Mark 10:1-12.
In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 2:18-2:38am ET), Tommy answers listener questions about how to cope with anticipatory grief, how to understand sin and culpability in relation to compulsive behaviors, and how to help a spouse seek help when they aren’t motivated.
In Blessed Is She (airing 2:41-3:23am ET), Beth talks to Fr. Innocent Montgomery, CFR about journeying into the desert with Jesus and his brothers, the annual pilgrimage that inspired our new Lenten devotional for men, Born of Fire.
In Fountains of Carrots (airing 3:28-4:26am ET), Shannon Wimp Schmidt talks about the variety of experiences Black Catholics may have, the rich traditions they share with the rest of the Church, and the importance of having Black Catholic voices in publishing and media.
In Follow to Lead (airing 4:29-5:22am ET), Deacon Dana and Deborah Nearmyer talk about ways to engage students in a profitable Lent and explore how the Liturgical Seasons can play a key role in Catholic Education.
In Godsplaining (airing 5:28-6:00am ET), Fr. Patrick Briscoe and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman discuss the doctrine of purgatory and reasons for its existence.
In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am ET), endocrinologist Dr. Brian DeBosch talks about his research into the effects of intermittent fasting and the latest evidence about how the amount and frequency of our eating affects the way our bodies process food and our overall health.
In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:46am ET), the sisters look at the power that faith has to unleash love in and through the crosses we bear.
In Catholic Bytes (airing 9:51-10:02am ET), a “throwback” from Lent 2017, but still helpful as we prepare for Lent 2022 (it’s nice that some things don’t change!)
In the readings from Mass (airing 10:08-10:15am ET), we hear from James 3:13-18, Psalm 19, and Mark 9:14-29.
In The Pilgrim Soul Podcast (airing 10:21-11:00am ET), Sofia and Giuliana discuss subsidiarity, a principle of Catholic Social Teaching.
In Do Something Beautiful (airing 11:03-12:18pm ET), Olympic skiier and World Champion Rebecca Dussault shares about seeing God’s hand in her athletic life and success, choosing to serve as a witness in the world of sport, sport as the school of discipline, and fully integrating your faith into every aspect of your life.
In Restore the Glory (airing 12:24-1:24pm ET), Peter Herbeck from Renewal Ministries talks about his childhood and the ramifications of having an alcoholic father and how he and his whole family found healing, clinically and through Christ.
In Beyond Damascus (airing 1:27-2:27pm ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron discuss the good news that hell is real and Jesus saved us from it.
In Church Life Today (airing 2:30-3:00pm ET), Kate Clitheroe talks about her work with One World Surgery, the impact it has helping underserved communities, and what it means to live solidarity in action.
In FIERCE Athlete Podcast (airing 3:06-3:33pm ET), Sam and Britt talk about how to shift your viewpoint of being defined by just your talents, to one of self-acceptance in all facets of what it means to be human.
In Snacking with the Saints (airing 3:38-4:40pm ET), hear about the lives of two saints who were friends – St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare of Assisi.
In Poco a Poco (airing 4:46-5:36pm ET), Fr. Innocent, Fr. Angelus, and Fr. Mark-Mary take a totally fresh look at the Beatitudes.
In Catholicism with My Kid (airing 5:36-5:43pm ET), Sebastian and Kyle take a look at Adam and Eve, creation, and salvation.
In Letters to Women (airing 5:46-6:14pm ET), Katie Lynch talks about how she found her passion creating Kate+Grace boutique, how to practice the corporeal works of mercy in our own community, and why it’s important to bring our passions to prayer.
In The Cordial Catholic (airing 6:19-7:53pm ET), Catholic Answers apologist Joe Heschmeyer talks about the earliest evidence of how Christians lived, worshipped, and what they believed to see what the Early Church looked like and if it really did change when Constantine became Christian.
In Living Stones (airing 7:59-8:26pm ET), Ken and Dcn. Harold talk about Deacon’s new book Our Life of Service: The Handbook for Catholic Deacons.
In At the Table (airing 8:29-8:46pm ET), Pat and the team talk about how organizations can tend to fall into arrogance or shame, but how they can thrive by simply being humble.
In Building Through Him (airing 8:47-9:00pm ET), Mary Jo Parrish reflects on the power of praying the Rosary.