From Monday’s Daily Refill, hear about Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin, Pope Francis’ angelus message from the hospital, and some married couples who have been canonized or are on their way.

In Bishop Barron’s Sermons (airing 2:06-2:22am ET), Bishop Barron shares five recommendations as you follow his calling as priest, prophet, and king.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 2:28-2:50am ET), Tommy talks about how to find a therapist that doesn’t charge an arm and a leg, discusses how teachers can support students and families, introduces listeners to Blessed Marguerite Rutan, and answers listener questions about how to prepare for the return of anxiety after the pandemic, how to approach the situation of a young child engaging in seemingly sexual behaviors, and how to recognize and recover from verbal abuse.

In the readings for today (airing 2:55-2:59am ET), hear from Exodus 1, Psalm 124, and Matthew 10.

In Pints with Jack (airing 3:05-3:54am ET), Dr. Michael Ward returned to the show for the second time this season, this time to talk about his new book, “After Humanity: A Guide to C.S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man.”

In The Pilgrim Soul (airing 3:57-4:37am ET), Adrianna and Sofia confront existential nihilism, the experience of the emptiness and meaninglessness of life. How is our society afflicted by nihilism? What symptoms in our culture point to this loss of meaning? In our own lives, what does the battle against nihilism look like — and in the end, what saves each of us from the abyss of nothingness?

In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 4:43-5:48am ET), Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli look at the odd childhood Pauline Dakin’s experienced and the surprising reason Pauline’s mother gave for why they kept moving around the country.

In Being Human (airing 5:51-6:17am ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks about three ways the imagination can help us understand God.

In K&J (airing 6:22-6:47am ET), with over 48 years of marriage experience combined, Jay and Kevin talk about what they feel makes a good marriage.

Church Life Today (airing 6:50-7:19am ET)

The Sandwich Generation (airing 7:22-8:00am ET)

From Wednesday’s Daily Refill, hear about St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Pope Francis’ time with pediatric cancer patients and the new bill that could fund abortions in the US, plus a prayer for healing and justice for indigenous peoples.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 10:06-10:30am ET), Tommy talks about the limits of confidentiality in therapy, discusses the process for how to get help once you realize you need it, introduces listeners to Saint Zélie Martin, and answers listener questions about all or nothing thinking, if the Church’s teaching on marriage leads to co-dependent relationships, and how to work through emotions after scandal comes to your parish.

In You Were Born for This (airing 10:36-11:00am ET), Fr. John and Mary talk about two grace-filled apostolates that offer practical prayerful support for our priestly brothers.

In the readings for today (airing 11:05-11:08am ET), hear from Exodus 3, Psalm 103, and Matthew 11.

In Thinking Faith (airing 11:08-11:42am ET),  Dr. Andrew Polaniecki from Holy Cross Colledge at the University of Notre Dame talks about the Catholic Faith, athletics, health, and building virtue through sports.

In Ave Explores (airing 11:48am-12:37pm ET), Sister Bethany Davis of the Daughters of St. Paul tells her vocation story, explores the charism and mission of her congregation, and also shares about the new book of saints from the Daughters of St. Paul, In Caelo et in Terra: 365 Saints, and how this project ten years in the making is finally coming to fruition.

In The Gathering Place (airing 12:40-1:06pm ET), Jenna and Beth talk about how the Lord knocks on the doors of our hearts, waiting for us to receive His love.

In Godsplaining (airing 1:12-1:43pm ET), Fr. Patrick Briscoe and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress discuss scrupulosity – what it is, what role it plays in the spiritual life, and how to best navigate through it.

In Speaking with Deacons (airing 1:46-2:23pm ET), Dcn. Larry Oney talks about the untapped power of Baptism that many Catholics have but don’t even know about!

In Poco a Poco (airing 2:28-3:21pm ET), the friars talk about the art of sacrifice and how can grow in holiness by accepting the penances that life gives us.

Truth in Charity (airing 3:24-4:00pm ET), in which we celebrate the first Native-American to be canonized…St. Kateri Tekakwitha. Hear more about this 17th-century saint from a Mohawk village in upstate New York. She converted to Catholicism as a young adult and gave a powerful example of following God’s will despite hostility and illness. Then, Bishop Rhoades takes a closer look at missionary work among Native-Americans…its past, present, and future.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:00-5:00pm ET), Dr. Jeff Berger, medical director of Guest House a treatment center for Catholic clergy and religious with addictive disorders, shares important information about alcohol and alcoholism. He answers questions like: what is alcohol, how does it affect our bodies, are there any benefits, and how do we know when there’s a problem and what to do about it?

From Tuesday’s Daily Refill, hear about St. Henry II, Pope Francis’ extended hospital stay and the need to pray for Cuba, plus some reflections to help us get more out of praying the Our Father.

In Renovo (airing 5:06-5:33pm ET), Doug Tooke looks at the USCCB, what it is, what authority it has, and what exactly is a synod.

In Catholic Cafe (airing 5:39-6:07pm ET), Leah Jacobson, founder and CEO of the Guiding Star Project and author of Wholistic Feminism, joins for part 1 of a special 6 episode series on Feminism. In this episode, she discusses John Paul II and his call for a new feminism.

In the readings for today (airing 6:11-6:16pm ET), hear from Exodus 2, Psalm 69, Matthew 11.

In Ave Spotlight (airing 6:22-6:49pm ET), Chenele Shaw and mental health counselor Tommy Tighe talk about saints who strived for holiness and struggled with mental illness.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 6:51-7:10pm ET), Tommy talks about the LAPD’s move to send out mental health professionals instead of officers and discusses Colorado’s struggle with mental and emotional wellness, introduces listeners to Saint Jerome Emiliani, and answers listener questions about sin and scrupulosity, how to forgive someone who isn’t sorry, and how to navigate a relationship when you feel like you have to hold something back about yourself from those who love you.

In The Messy Family Podcast (airing 7:15-8:27pm ET), Mike and Alicia Hernon are joined by Dan and Beth Meola to talk about divorce and it’s effects on families, especially children.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 8:30-8:36pm ET), Nancy Bandzuch talks about the second beatitude..

In K&J (airing 8:41-9:23pm ET), they discuss professional athletes. Should professional athletes be held up as heroes? How have sports figures changed over the years? Who were some of your favorite athletes growing up?

In The Word on Fire Show (airing 9:26-10:35pm ET), literary and theological scholar Jessica Hooten Wilson talks to Bishop Barren and Jared Zimmerer about caring for the soul through human formation.

In Morning Jolt (airing 10:39-11:00pm ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with Sister Petra to explain the key differences between secular healthcare and Catholic healthcare.