In Beyond Damascus (airing 12:03-1:00am ET), Brad and Aaron together with Damascus Missionary Sam Halligan call young adults to live the adventure of mission in the Church today.

In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 1:06-1:22am ET), he encourages us to reflect on a deeper level to the story of the Good Samaritan – what it teaches us about how Christ heals us.

In Saint Stories for Kids (airing 1:27-1:32am ET), we hear about St. Katharine Drexel, who dedicated her life and her immense fortune to helping Native American and African American communities, even in the face of danger.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 1:32-1:40am ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect for the 8th day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.

In Being Human (airing 1:46-2:12am ET), Dr. Greg tackles the problematic stance taken by the American Psychological Association (APA) on abortion; he also breaks open why it’s important for Catholic mental health professionals to practice from a place of integration, why most psychology programs cannot provide that kind of education, and what CatholicPsych is doing to help.

In OSV Talks (airing 2:18-3:00am ET), first we hear the talk given by Dr. Richard Ludwick called “From Marvel to Disney: What Christians Can Learn About Storytelling.” Then he sits down with Doug Tooke for a deeper conversation about how Christians can use storytelling to help others know Jesus.

In Fountains of Carrots (airing 3:03-4:10am ET), Christy and Haley talk to Laura Kelly Fanucci about what it means to commit to a new beginning and face our fears in the midst of trials.

In Living the Call (airing 4:13-5:20am ET), Dcn. Charlie talks to architect Matthew Alderman about the good and the bad of the diversity in how our churches look, how beautiful churches and sacred art can help people know Christ and understand the Church, and more.

In Godsplaining (airing 5:23-6:00am ET), Fr. Bonaventure Chapman and Fr. Gregory Pine discuss the virtue of patriotism, what we owe to our country, and how we ought to approach these topics as Catholics.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:03-7:00am ET), Dr. Bob Schuchts from the John Paul II Healing Center talks about the link between physical and spiritual healing, how we can pursue healing through both traditional medicine and prayer, and how healthcare providers can trust the promptings of the Holy Spirit to help their patients find deeper healing.

In Snacking with the Saints (airing 7:03-8:00am ET), Andrea and Lena cover saints who were angels, St. Michael and St. Raphael.

In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:41am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV dive into the first part of Chapter 1 of The Gospel of Life, and talk about how we can let Love lean into the hard questions, with reverence for our own hearts and experiences. God illumines, not to condemn, but in order to heal, to bring hope, and to allow us to receive His gift of life more deeply.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:46-9:54am ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect for the 4th day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.

In American Catholic History (airing 10:00-10:21am ET), Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us of the selfless exploits of Fr. Francis Sampson, the chaplain with the 101st Airborne who jumped over France on D-Day, 1944.

In At the Table (airing 10:27-10:50am ET), Pat and the team talk about the patron saint of the ignorant.

In The Simple Reminder (airing 10:50-11:00am ET), Karen and Pat talk about discipline as it pertains to the way we pray.

In Snacking with the Saints (airing 11:03-12:00pm ET), Andrea and Lena cover saints who were angels, St. Michael and St. Raphael.

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 12:05-12:39pm ET), Sr. Orianne Pietra René and Sr. Julie Benedicta are joined by Sr. Anne Flanagan in a conversation about the fruitfulness of God’s word in our lives.

In The Messy Family Podcast (airing 12:42-1:36pm ET), Mike and Alicia answer questions from listeners about things like how to get kids to sleep, hesitance about having a big family, and more.

In Church Life Today (airing 1:39-2:21pm ET), Dr. Michael Hahn from Mount St. Mary’s seminary talks about St. Thomas Aquinas’ theology of the Eucharist and how we can grow in love for and devotion to the Son of God who acts in love for us.

In Church Life Today (airing 2:24-3:00pm ET), Jennifer Baugh talks about the restlessness and desire of Catholics in their 20s and 30s, the communities and mentoring available to empower these young adults, and the ways her organization, Young Catholic Professionals, is ultimately ordered to the life of the Church and and engagement in local parishes.

In FIERCE Athlete (airing 3:06-3:37pm ET), Sam talks to Carol Marquardt, who played tennis in the 1960s against the likes of Margaret Court and Billie Jean King. They talk about how the culture of women’s sports has changed – for better and worse – since Title IX was passed 50 years ago.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:42-3:51pm ET), Nancy helps us pray and reflect on the 7th day of the consecration to Jesus through Mary.

In Godsplaining (airing 3:57-4:29pm ET), in a special “Guestsplaining” episode, Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk talk to Sr. Miriam James about forgiveness and healing in our lives.

In Renovo (airing 4:35-5:00pm ET), Doug Tooke tells the story of Cabeza de Vaca, a conquistador who grew a conscience, became a slave then healed a people.

In Poco a Poco (airing 5:03-6:00pm ET), the friars continue their series on “The Practice of the Presence of God” and focus in on how we have to accept our weakness to let ourselves fully rely on the love of God.

In Building Through Him (airing 6:05-6:47pm ET), Mary Jo reflects on how God calls us to give our time and energy to our neighbors, letting the fire of charity burn in us and bring our souls to life.

In The Cordial Catholic (airing 6:50-8:40pm ET), Keith talks to Dr. Margaret Turet about the whole of salvation history and what it shows us about who God is, a loving father or a vengeful king?

In Catholic Games from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 8:43-9:00pm ET), Kyle plays “The Word of God Condensed to One Word” with Tony Vasinda.