Hear about Sts. Priscilla and Aquila and St. Jeanne-Maria Kerguin, how pro-life people are preparing for a world after Roe v. Wade, and a reflection on why we are the faithful, not the worthy.

In this homily from Fr. Mike Schmitz (airing 7:06-7:22am ET), hear about how we too often encounter our own brokenness and pretend it isn’t there or we just want it to be taken away. But surrendered to God, our weakness is more than replaced and more than erased, they are redeemed.


In Saint Stories for Kids (airing 7:28-7:34am ET), hear about St. Anthony Zaccharia.

In the readings for today (airing 7:39-7:44am ET), hear from Genesis 44, Psalm 105, and Matthew 10.

In Catholic Games from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 7:50-8:10am ET), JM Boyd from Glass Canvas plays a game about things that begin with the letter “A.”

In Pints with Jack (airing 8:13-9:39am ET), Matt, David, and Andrew are joined by Andrew’s wife, Christin-Ditchfield Lazo to discuss the fourth book in the Chronicles of Narnia series, “The Silver Chair.”

In Ave Explores (airing 9:45-10:35am ET), Meg Hunter-Kilmer, author of the forthcoming Pray for Us, loves to tell stories of the saints, especially those who are not as well known. She shares how growing close to holy men and women has helped her to love Christ more.

In Counsel of Trent (airing 10:38-11:00am ET), Trent points out a double-standard in Protestant apologetics and reveals one doctrine that enjoyed “universal support” in the early Church.

In Outside the Walls (airing 11:04-12:00pm ET), Sherry Weddell, co-founder and executive director of the Catherine of Siena Institute (siena.org), joins on the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle to talk about the difference made by a personal encounter with the risen Christ.

In Building Through Him (airing 12:03-12:29pm ET), Mary Jo Parrish talks about how God has given us an entire army of protection – who are they and how do we call upon them?

In Ten Thousand Places (airing 12:32-1:00pm ET), Dr. Giltner and Dr. Pearson talk about what exactly baptism is for, and what it’s supposed to do.