The Daily Refill for Tuesday, January 4 (airing throughout the day) highlights St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the effects of Omicron in Quebec, and a disabled baby who is thriving despite her diagnosis.
In CNA Newsroom (airing 7:06-7:41am ET), they talk about forgiveness with a woman who lost most of her family in the Rwandan genocide, a survivor of clerical sex abuse, and the mother of an American journalist beheaded by ISIS.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:41-7:49am ET) this week, Nancy Bandzuch is helping kids learn about Mary, Jesus’ mother and our mother too.
In Ave Spotlight (airing 7:53-8:20am ET), Chenele Shaw talks to Shelby Hirschman from Good Body Nutrition about faith and learning to love your body.
The readings for today are from 1 John 4:7-10, Psalm 72: 1-2, 3-4, 7-8, and Mark 6:34-44.
In The Pilgrim Soul Podcast (airing 8:37-9:20am ET), Sofia and Giuliana talk about prayer. What is the relationship between prayer and the rest of our lives? Why does Luigi Giussani say prayer is begging?
In Church Life Today (airing 9:23-9:58am ET), Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo from the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame talks to Wendy Angst, teaching professor in the Medoza College of Business at Notre Dame, about her work with St. Bakhita’s Vocational Training School in Uganda.
In Outside the Walls (airing 10:02-11:00am ET), TL talks to Joe Heschmeyer to talk about what Mary’s role reveals about the incarnation.
In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (11:03-12:00pm ET), Jimmy answers questions like are there dinosaurs in heaven, can angels lie, are we in a rebooted universe, whether aliens and humans could marry, and much more.
In The Word on Fire Show (airing 12:03-12:25pm ET), they’re sharing part of a new Word on Fire course “Faith, Science, and Sin” taught by Dr. Christopher Baglow.
In Morning Jolt (airing 12:30-12:50pm ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with Sister Regina to discuss what sisters do on retreat.
In Catholic Bytes (airing 12:50-1:00pm ET), hear about the saint for today, the first American saint to be canonized, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.