Hear about St. Mary Magdalene, how the Texas bishops are speaking up to defend the right for Catholic Charities to continue working, and in honor of the feast day of the first evangelist, some practical ways to evangelize.

In CNA Newsroom (airing 7:06-7:30am ET), hear from the parents of priests and religious about the experience of having a child dedicate themselves to God.

In Fr. Mike Schmitz’s Sunday Homily (airing 7:35-7:51am ET), hear about how there are many opportunities to waste one’s life. One of those ways is to allow one’s circle of interest to outstrip one’s circle of influence.

In the readings for today (airing 7:56-8:01am ET), hear from Song of Songs 3, Psalm 63, and John 20.

In Letters to Women (airing 8:07-8:44am ET), Amanda Zurface talks about her work as a canon lawyer, her mission as a spiritual director, and how to find joy in daily life.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 8:47-9:03am ET), the fathers talk about body image and Catholic theology with special guest Dr. John Acquaviva.

In Pints with Jack (airing 9:09-10:23am ET), Dr. Devin Brown, author of the “Inside Narnia” series, talks about “The Silver Chair” and his unpublished manuscript.

In K&J (airing 10:26am ET), Kevin and Jay dive into the Beatitudes. These solemn blessings which mark the opening of the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew’s Gospel have been a comfort to Christians throughout the centuries. K & J explore the meaning of each of the 8 Beatitudes and share their personal thoughts about them.

In Outside the Walls (airing 11:11-12:07pm ET), Sam Rocha joins us today to talk about phenomenology, and more broadly philosophy, as an important tool to understand the world around us. He promotes a “folk phenomenology,” an idea about which he has written a book, and produced a podcast.

In Building Through Him (airing 12:10-12:28pm ET),  Mary Jo Parrish talks about how we all know we should be praying, and we can uncover barriers that are keeping us from deep and fruitful prayer.

In Ten Thousand Places (airing 12:31-1:00pm ET), hear about why Catholics have their babies baptized.