The Daily Refill (airing throughout the day) highlights St. Casimir, Cathedrals ringing their bells in support of Ukraine, and a heroic Ukrainian rabbi who saved 250 orphans.
In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 7:06-7:22am ET), he encourages us to reflect on how Jesus’ temptations in the desert show us three classical substitutes or God.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:22-7:29am ET), Nancy continues this week’s reflection on the sin of anger.
In Saint Stories for Kids (airing 7:34-7:39am ET), we hear about St. Katharine Drexel and how she used her immense fortune to help Native American and African American communities.
In Renovo (airing 7:39-8:10am ET), Doug Tooke takes us on a deep dive into the history of Church architecture.
In the reading from Mass (airing 8:16-8:22am ET), we hear from Isaiah 58, Psalm 51, and Matthew 9.
In The Daughters’ Project (airing 8:28-9:12am ET), Sr. Orianne Pietra René and Sr. Julie Benedicta are joined by Sr. Maria Kim Ngân in a conversation about how we find God’s love in darkness.
In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 9:15-9:31am ET), Tommy answers listener questions about the role of exorcism in a Catholic understanding of mental illness, how kids with mental health symptoms can find hope and support in the saints, and how to help a loved one in the midst of a panic attack.
In Blessed Is She (airing 9:31-9:53am ET), circle back to Teachable Tuesday with Beth’s reflection on letting God be the guide for our Lent.
In Fountains of Carrots (airing 9:58-10:45am ET), Christy and Haley talk to Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble about finding new life through a memento mori mindset.
In Thinking Faith (airing 10:48-11:23am ET), Deacon Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld discuss the 2021-2023 Synod on Synodality, and why we should learn to listen instead of trying to make sure our voice “wins.”
In Godsplaining (airing 11:29-12:00pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Patrick Briscoe discuss truth, why we believe in it, and why it is important to have it.
In Doctor, Doctor (airing 12:00-1:00pm ET), Dr. Tom McGovern discusses the Passion of Jesus from a medical perspective, reflecting on his sacrifice and dispelling some myths using historical records and modern medical knowledge.