Hear about Bl. Maria Romero Meneses and Bl. Peter To Rot, the US bishops’ plan to help with investigations into former US residential schools and their response to the moratorium on federal executions, plus the Litany of the Most Precious Blood.

In¬†Saint Dymnpha’s Playbook¬†(airing 7:06-7:26am ET), Tommy talks about the therapeutic approach known as EMDR, introduces listeners to Blessed Jutta of Thuringia, and answers listener questions about how faith and feelings go together, how to navigate being asked to help at the parish when we don’t feel good enough, and what forgiveness means in the context of healing after abuse.

In You Were Born for This (airing 7:32-7:48am ET), Fr. John and Mary exhort us to understand that the same God who set apart Paul and Barnabas for ministry wants to do great things in and through us.

In the readings for today (airing 7:53-7:58am ET), hear from Genesis 41, Psalm 33, and Matthew 10.

In Catholic Cafe (airing 8:06-8:33am ET), The Gospel account of the interaction between Jesus and the hemorrhaging woman, and his subsequent healing of her, speaks volumes to us even today, as we desire to be healed.

In Ave Spotlight (airing 8:36-8:56am ET), author and speaker Meg Hunter-Kilmer discusses St. Mark Ji Tianxiang who, although he struggled with addiction throughout his life, lived with great faith.

In Godsplaining (airing 9:03-9:41am ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress chat with Matt Fradd (Pints with Aquinas) on topics ranging from human connection to screen time.

In¬†Pints with Jack¬†(airing 7:44-11:08am ET), David, Matt, and Andrew look back on the main texts of this season, “The Screwtape Letters” and “Screwtape Proposes A Toast”.

In Poco a Poco (airing 11:13-12:13pm ET), the friars talk about what it takes to learn to love like Jesus.

In Truth in Charity (airing 12:16-1:00pm), Bishop Rhoades talks about St. Maria Goretti and also the story of her attacker, Alessandro Serenelli, who repented while in prison, and upon his release, worked as a gardener in a monastery for the rest of his life.