The Daily Refill (airing throughout the day) highlights stories about St. John Neumann, a French TV host trying to buy a Catholic church, and 10 Catholics who restored our faith in humanity in 2021.

In Being Human (airing 7:06-7:35am ET), Dr. Emily Dowdell and Dr. Bottaro talk about our relationship with ourselves, and how it impacts our relationship with God and others.

In Student of the Month for January (airing 7:40-7:52am ET),  hear about Hunter Striegel.

In You Were Born for This (airing 7:52-8:07am ET), Fr. John and Mary talk about what holiness is through the lens of Our Lady’s fiat.

The readings for today (airing 8:13-8:18am ET) come from 1 John 4: 11-18, Psalm 72: 1-2, 10, 12-13, and Mark 6:45-52.

In Ave Explores (airing 8:25-9:20am ET), Leah Darrow shares about her struggles with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, “mom guilt,” balance, and explores ways one can find peace & strength through spiritual practices such as prayer and meditation, regularly attending daily Mass, and “recalibrating” one’s routine.

In The Feminine Genius Podcast (airing 9:22-10:10am ET), Avera Marie Santo shares her experience of finding ways to love and share her feminine heart while living with same sex attraction.

In The Gathering Place (airing 10:15-10:50am ET), Jenna and Beth talk about why we all need rest and how to make time for real, restorative rest in our lives.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 10:52-11:45am ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron discuss the heart of worship in the Catholic Church with Seph Schlueter, Damascus’ Worship Director.

In Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 11:52-12:15pm ET), Ken talks to Dan Philpott and Jess Keating about a class they co-teach for students to learn about the faith and tough topics through dialogue.

In Truth in Charity with Bishop Rhoades (airing 12:20-1:00pm ET), Bishop starts our series on the Corporal Works of Mercy by focusing in on “feed the hungry” – sharing its Biblical roots and the ways we can respond to the hungry in our communities, our country, and our world.