In Morning Jolt (airing 9:03-9:48am ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with her mom to share her story of healing and to discuss her involvement with Project Rachel Ministry.

In Ave Spotlight (airing 9:03-9:48am ET), Samantha Povlock, founder and CEO of FemCatholic, chats with Chenele Shaw about the pro-life movement and what being pro-life means. They also discuss how best to support women while maintaining ethical consistency.

In NAPA Series (airing 9:03-9:48am ET), Camille Pauley and Dr. Richard Ludwick, president of the University of St. Thomas – Houston, TX, talk about the importance of not scaring people into a pro-life position, but rather inspiring them into it. They also talk about how the reversal of Roe v. Wade is yielding new opportunities for dialogue.

In Holy Conundrums (airing 9:03-9:48am ET), Everett reaches out to David Bereit, Founder of 40 Days for Life, which is the world’s largest grassroots movement to end abortion, for this hot-topic conversation on the landmark overturning of Roe vs. Wade on June 24, 2022.

In Outside the Walls (airing 9:03-9:48am ET), TL sits down with Krista Corbello, founder of Even This Way, and they discuss how she had been involved in Pro-Life advocacy for years before she learned that she had a sibling who was lost to abortion. Krista then shares with us how this revelation impacted her and eventually pushed her to embrace a consistent life ethic, and to create a space for sibling survivors of abortion to find healing and community.

In Do Something Beautiful (airing 9:03-9:48am ET), Destiny Herndon de la Rosa talks about what it means to be consistently pro-life, from the earliest moments of life to the end.

In Living the Call (airing 9:53-11:18am ET), Deacon Charlie sits down with pro-life author and speaker Brett Attebery to talk about how the pro-life movement can take a new direction to persuade more people to truly care for all women and children.

In Church Life Today (airing 11:24-11:51am ET), Jessica Keating talks about what can we do to build a culture more welcoming of life and more devoted to upholding human dignity.

In The Napa Institute Conference Series (airing 11:54-12:00pm ET), Camille Pauley talks about the importance of not scaring people into a pro-life position, but rather inspiring them into it.

In Do Something Beautiful (airing 1:00-1:32pm ET), Sarah Padgett tells the story of her unplanned pregnancy freshman year of college and how she faced the temptation of abortion but found real support, peace, and joy in the love of her family. Just a short excerpt on the air, and the beautiful full interview is here:

In Doctor Doctor (airing ), OBGYN Dr. Chris Stroud dispels the misinformation about how abortion laws affect doctors’ ability to treat pregnant women in the wake of the Dobbs decision. He shares the truth about how miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, and other pregnancy complications are treated, what the laws actually say, and why the misinformation is so dangerous for mothers and babies.

In Doctor Doctor (airing ), Kathleen Eaton-Bravo, founder of the Obria Group of pro-life medical clinics, tells the story of how she became pro-life after her own abortion, got involved in the pro-life movement, and overcame strict pro-abortion state regulations in California to grow one of the largest organization of pregnancy centers in the country, protecting thousands of women and babies every year.

In Doctor Doctor (airing ), Bobby Williams shares about the work of the Women’s Care Center Foundation, and Jenny Hunsbarger shares her experiences with over 20 years counseling women facing crisis pregnancies. Then Monica Kelsey, founder of Safe Haven Baby Boxes, talks about how babies’ lives are being saved by alarm-activated, heated boxes for abandoned babies.

In Doctor Doctor (airing ), we hear all about the amazing work being done to save babies and give moms a second chance at choice though the abortion pill reversal network. The doctors talk to Robin Chambers from Focus on the Family, Dr. George Delgado from the Steno Institute, and Jor-El Godsey from Heartbeat International.