From Friday’s Daily Refill, hear about Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the Martyrs of Compeign, and St. Camillus de Lellis, plus news about a potential 20222 Beijing Olympics boycott, and 8 tips for making Mass a time of devotion.

In Short Catholic from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 1:06-1:10am ET), Anna Laisure gives us a meditation on the Breath of Life.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 1:17-1:23am ET), Nancy Bandzuch continues explaining and reflecting o the second Beatitude.

In the readings for today (airing 1:28-1:33am ET), hear from Exodus 11, Psalm 116, and Matthew 12.

In To the Heights (airing 1:39-3:11am ET), Olivia and Sarah talk about what they wish people knew about being activists and public figures so early in their lives––what they learned, what they’re grateful for, what went wrong, what they got fired up about, and what they wish others would know.

In Ave Explores (airing 3:15-4:28am ET), Fr. Joshua Johnson and Sr. Josephine Garrett, CSFN, share their experiences as Black Catholics, discuss why racism is sinful, and explore how Catholics are called to respond.

In Letters from the Least (airing 4:33-5:00am ET), hear about God’s role as the creator and our role as “craftsmen” as we follow in His image. This episode delves not only into our creative nature but also our relationship with natural creation itself.

In Saint Stories for Kids (airing 5:02-5:11am ET), hear about St. Kateri who held onto her faith as it was taught to her by her mother, wanted to learn more, and eventually converted to Catholicism. But her tribe didn’t completely agree with her.

In They That Hope (airing 5:17-6:00am ET), Fr. Dave and Bob talk sports (shocker), taking kids to Mass, living our faith in public, and what we can learn from St. Kateri and St. Bonaventure.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am 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 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 9:06-9:22am ET), Bishop Barron shares five recommendations as you follow his calling as priest, prophet, and king.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 9:28-9:50am 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 9:55-9:59am ET), hear from Exodus 1, Psalm 124, and Matthew 10.

In Pints with Jack (airing 10:05-10:54am 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 10:57-11:37am 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 11:43am-12:48pm 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 12:51-1:17pm ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks about three ways the imagination can help us understand God.

In K&J (airing 1:22-1:47pm 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 1:50-2:19pm ET)

The Sandwich Generation (airing 2:22-3:00pm ET)

From Thursday’s Daily Refill, hear about St. Bonaventure, Pope Francis home from the hospital and Cuban-American bishops statement on the country’s protests, plus tips for spiritual hygiene of the mouth.

In CNA Newsroom (airing 3:06-3:38pm ET), experts talk about the need for legal protections for renters, as the national eviction moratorium ends. A priest discusses the Catholic idea of a right to a decent home. Southern Missouri is one of the areas most affected by the Delta variant of the coronavirus— we talk with the local Catholic Charities about what they’re doing to help. And then, EWTN reporter Colm Flynn shares the story of Mario Salerno, a Brooklyn landlord who waived an entire month’s rent last year for hundreds of tenants amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In Fr. Mike Schmitz’ Sunday Homily (airing 3:44-4:04pm ET), hear about how God made us each chosen and consecrated.

In the readings for July 15 (airing 4:09-4:13pm ET), hear from Exodus 3, Psalm 105, and Matthew 11.

In The Simple Reminder (airing 4:13-4:27pm ET), the hosts look back on the topics we’ve discussed so far on the show, and how they all relate to each other.

In Letters to Women (airing 4:33-5:07pm ET), Danielle Bean talks about her new book, “Whisper – Finding God in the Everyday.” It’s a book full of real-life stories to teach us how to see God in our everyday lives – and how that starts with some mental shifts when it comes to our prayer life and saying no to things so we can say yes to making space to just be with the Lord.

In Pints with Jack (airing 5:10-6:22pm ET), David speaks with Dr. David Downing, Co Director of Marion E. Wade Center and author of “Into the Wardrobe: C. S. Lewis and the Narnia Chronicles”.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 6:08-6:14pm ET), Nancy Bandzuch talks about the second beatitude.

In Counsel of Trent (airing 6:17-6:58pm ET), Trent responds to the claim that the Beast of the book of Revelation actually represents the papacy and shows how the Bible proves the Pope can’t be the Antichrist.

In Outside the Walls 9airing 7:03-8:00pm ET), Tony Vasinda joins to talk about making other people’s lives easier and identifying and rooting out selfishness in our lives.

In Building Through Him (airing 8:02-8:07pm ET), Mary Jo Parrish talks about the perfected Body of Christ.

In Ten Thousand Places (airing 8:10-9:00pm ET), hear about what Catholic really believe about baptism.