In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 7:06-7:21am ET), he invites us to reflect on how Jesus is sending us all out on mission.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:26-7:35am ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect on the 3rd day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 7:41-8:00am ET), the fathers explain the idea of predestination and how the Catholic faith explains how God’s power and foresight coincides with our free will.

In Good and Decent (airing 8:06-9:00am ET), breakdancer Nimoy Vaidya and marathon swimmer Br. Matt Wooters, SJ, meet for the first time. We follow along with them from a Chicago coffee shop, and then down to the lakefront, as they discuss their passions — and dive into how they started getting out of their comfort zones.

In Catholic Games from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 9:03-9:24am ET), musician, speaker, and host of the Pop Culture Catechism show Mike Tenney plays a game to guess the songs and artists based off lyrics.

In Living the Call (airing 9:29-10:28am ET), Dcn. Charlie talks to Raphy Feolino about Journey to Marriage, an organization that empowers couples to create holy and healthy relationships before marriage.

In Follow to Lead (airing 10:34-11:24am ET), Fr. Randy and Kyle talk to Mike Erwin, founder of Team Red, White and Blue, dedicated to enriching the lives of military veterans and co-founder of the Positivity Project, a K-12 program that provides resources regarding the 24 character strengths and helps in empowering young people in building positive relationships.

In Godsplaining (airing 11:27-12:00pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress discuss the Holy Spirit, charismatic graces, and how they fit in to the Christian life.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 12:00-1:00pm ET), Attorney John Bursch from Alliance Defending Freedom unpacks what recent Supreme Court decision in Dobbs – overturning Roe v. Wade. He explains what the decision really means from a legal perspective, the current abortion laws around the country, and how health care providers and medical students will be impacted going forward.