In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 1:06-1:23am ET), we hear about the parable of the Prodigal Son and how giving and receiving gifts tells us everything we need to know about our relationship to God.

In Good and Decent (airing 1:28-2:09am ET), Javi Zubizarreta speaks with reporter and author Michael O’Loughlin about the history of the AIDS crisis and the Catholic Church.

In the readings for the feast of the Annunciation (airing 2:15-2:22am ET), we hear from Isaiah 7, Hebrews 10, and Luke 1.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 8:28-8:52am ET), Tommy answers listener questions about how we should react to Kanye West’s very public walk with mental health symptoms, how to handle the reality of religious life not always seeming open to those with mental illness, and if it’s okay to miss Mass because of our mental health.

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 2:55-3:33am ET), Sr. Orianne Pietra René and Sr. Julie Benedicta are joined by Sr. Marie James in a conversation about dwelling with God in his final mansions.

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In Fountains of Carrots (airing 3:38-4:28am ET), Christy and Haley talk to Shannon Ochoa about the Eden Invitation and how we can all minister to our brothers and sisters in Christ, especially those who feel like they’re on the outside.

In Follow to Lead (airing 4:31-5:18am ET), Fr. Randy talks to Camille Pauley from Healing the Culture about the current state of the battle for Life, along with the school curricula and programs they have developed in this most important area.

In Godsplaining (airing 5:24-6:00am ET), Fr. Bonaventure Chapman and Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk continue the Back to Belief Lenten series, this week, talking about why we believe in God.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am ET), Dr. Mary Keen shares the latest information about autism including how it’s diagnosed, the most common symptoms, the latest research on what causes it, modern approaches to treatment, and more.

In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:49am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV talk about how our culture views time, the Christian understanding of time, and how we can let Love meet us in each present moment.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:54-10:00am ET), Nancy Bandzuch continues the Lent series on the Seven Deadly Sins, focusing this week on gluttony.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 10:00-10:13am ET), Fr. George and Fr. Conrad revisit Exodus and the story of the first Passover while they draw the connections to how we celebrate and interact with the Eucharist today.

In the Scripture readings from Mass (airing 10:19-10:28am ET), we hear from 2 Kings 5, Psalm 42, and Luke 4.

In Ten Thousand Places (airing 10:34-11:25am ET), the guys are back for another season and in this episode they talk about the vision and the challenges of the new evangelization and give practical suggestions for how you can live your call to share the good news of the Gospel.

In Lust Is Boring (airing 11:30-11:55am ET), Jason Evert begins a 5-part series on the five loves of Saint John Paul the Great, this time focusing on the Eucharist and how we can get the most out of Mass by rekindling eucharistic amazement in your daily life.

In Restore the Glory (airing 12:58-1:17pm ET), Dr. Schucts and Jake continue their series on healing and leadership, this time welcoming Mother Superior Gloria Therese and Sr. Regina Marie of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles to hear their powerful accounts of their own person healing and how healing together has helped their whole community.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 1:20-2:17pm ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron talk about the beatitude: “Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 5:10)

In Church Life Today (airing 2:20-3:00pm ET), Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo talks to Paul Blaschko about how we can think about and investigate the meaning and the good of work.

In They That Hope (airing 3:06-3:55pm ET), Fr. Dave and Dcn. Bob talk about basketball, how Mass is more than a communion service, and the virtue of temperance.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 4:00-4:07pm ET), Nancy continues reflecting on the capital sin of gluttony and how Jesus is what really fills us.

In the readings from Scripture (airing 4:13-4:20pm ET), we hear from Jeremiah 7, Psalm 95, and Luke 11.

In Poco a Poco (airing 4:26-5:23pm ET), the friars continue reflecting on Fr. Innocent’s book for Lent, this time telling a harrowing story from their own time in the desert and how it shows the importance of choosing to do hard things again and again out of love.

In Letters to Women (airing 5:26-6:00pm ET), art historian Elizabeth Lev talks about what we can learn from St. Joseph and the incredible history of women throughout Church history who leaned on him and his courage when they were feeling underrepresented or burdened with challenges.

In The Cordial Catholic (airing 6:05-7:40pm ET), podcaster, writer, and speaker John Edwards shares his powerful conversion story from a prison cell to daily Mass and leading other men to Christ.

In Living Stones (airing 7:46-8:15pm ET), Deacon Harold and Ken discuss how fasting can help focus prayer.

In At the Table (airing 8:18-8:32pm ET), Pat and the team talk about flexibility and the importance of identifying and working towards a ‘true north’ over adhering to the details of a plan.

In American Catholic History (airing 8:35-9:00pm ET), Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of Claude McKay and how his atheistic socialism gave way to a Catholic faith through the Catholic Worker Movement and friendship with Dorothy Day.