In The Messy Family Podcast (airing 12:03-1:00am ET), Mike and Alicia talk to Chris and Natalie Stefanick about how their marriages has been a source of trial and difficulty but also great healing.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 1:06-1:22am ET), Fr. Alec and Fr. Conrad take a deep dive into the three types of souls, what makes human souls unique, and answer the question, “What is a soul?”

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 1:27-2:03am ET), Sr. Orianne Pietra René and Sr. Julie Benedicta are joined by Sr. Mary Lea (a.k.a. The Crabby Mystic) in a conversation about putting on Christ, and what that means.

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In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 2:09-2:28am ET), Tommy answers listener questions about being angry at God after a miscarriage, how to cope with Hyperemesis gravidarum, and how to work through workplace trauma.

In Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 2:34-3:00am ET), Ken talks to Mary Eberstadt about Pope Paul VI’s encyclical on human life, Humanae Vitae, how it predicted so many of our current cultural problems, and what we can do about it.

In Fountains of Carrots (airing 3:03-3:59am ET), Meg Hunter-Kilmer talks about the importance of finding saints we connect with, what it means to have relationships with the saints, what exactly it looks like to befriend them, how they find us, and how they help our spiritual lives.

In Follow to Lead (airing 4:02-4:48am ET), John Cannon from SENT Ventures talks about faith in the marketplace and the business world our Catholic School graduates can encounter in their future.

In Thinking Faith (airing 4:56-5:25am ET), Dr. Brett Salked sits down with John Jalsevac to discuss their experiences of unhealthy approaches to faith and truth-seeking and work out healthier ways forward.

In Godsplaining (airing 5:28-6:00am ET), Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress and Fr. Patrick Briscoe discuss the Litany of Trust and why it is so necessary in our modern world.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:03-7:00am ET), Dr. Gwyneth Spaeder talks about the most important things parents should be doing with their children to make the biggest difference in their lives. She covers how to spend quality time with them at different ages, discipline, screen time, friendships, when and how to talk about sexuality, and more.

In The Paul George Show (airing 7:03-8:00am ET), Paul and Dcn. Adam talk about how to have a gritty faith, how we can learn to love Jesus in the Eucharist, and more.

In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:45am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV talk about how true humor can open us up to God and help us see reality with fresh eyes.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:45-9:50am ET), Nancy’s sister who is a religious sister is answering questions about what it’s like to be a nun, like how she knew she was called to be one.

In Renovo (airing 9:55-10:19am ET), Doug Tooke takes a look at the history of the city of Jerusalem and why it’s important enough for so many people to fight over it.

In the readings from Mass (airing 10:25-10:32am ET), we hear from Acts 11, Psalm 42, and John 10.

In American Catholic History (airing 10:38-11:00am ET), Tom and Noelle tell the story of Patricia Neal who endured trouble and tragedy in her life through infidelity, abortion, and illness but eventually found faith, forgiveness, and redemption in the Catholic faith.

In The Paul George Show (airing 11:03-12:00pm ET), Paul and Dcn. Adam talk about how to have a gritty faith, how we can learn to love Jesus in the Eucharist, and more.

In Do Something Beautiful (airing 12:05-12:47pm ET), Leah talks to Jackie Francois Angel about motherhood, prayer life, and what to do when you feel like you’re drowning in the day to day.

In Thinking Faith (airing 12:50-1:14pm ET), Dcn. Eric kicks off Mental Health Awareness Month by looking at the lives of Sts. Louis Martin and Therese of Lisieux and how their lives were impacted by mental health struggles.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 1:20-2:24pm ET), Dan, and Aaron talk with two Damascus Missionaries, Bridget and Joshua about their time in the Damascus Missionary Program and what the Lord has in store for them next.

In Church Life Today (airing 2:27-3:00pm ET), Hans Plate from Vinea Research talks about the findings of his team’s study on the impact of COVID-19 on US Catholics.

In They That Hope (airing 3:06-3:42pm ET), Dcn. Bob gives a spoiler-free review of the new Doctor Strange movie and explains why he shaved his head, then he and Fr. Dave discuss the leaked majority opinion in Dobbs and explain what it means to pray, “thy kingdom come.”

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:47-3:52pm ET), Nancy’s sister who is a religious sister is answering questions about what it’s like to be a nun, today’s she’s talking about whether prayer ever gets boring.

In Catholicism with My Kid (airing 3:52-4:01pm ET), Frank and Kyle talk about the disciples leaving their nets to follow Jesus.

In the readings from Mass (airing 4:07-4:14pm ET), we hear from Acts 13, Psalm 89, and John 13.

In Godsplaining (airing 4:20-5:00pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman continue their special series on the Eucharist, this time digging in to what it means that the bread and wine change at Mass.

In Poco a Poco (airing 5:03-6:00pm ET), the friars share some “hot takes” about living the Christian life like when we should pray for people, how we can keep from making people into our projects, and more.

In Letters to Women (airing 6:05-6:40pm ET), Catholic therapist Julia Marie Hogan Werner talks about how we can focus in on our faith and values to help us make decisions and embrace the life God gave us.

In The Cordial Catholic (airing 6:43-8:08pm ET), Keith talks to YouTuber Austin Suggs about why he isn’t Catholic after a year of digging deeply into questions about the Catholic faith.

In Living Stones (airing 8:10-8:35pm ET), Deacon Harold-Burke Sivers and Ken Hallenius continue their discussion of Christology.

In At the Table (airing 8:38-9:00pm ET), Pat, Cody and Tracy discuss how we can begin to see failure as a necessity, and look back on difficult moments with gratitude instead of shame. (NB: there’s a little bit of very slightly fruity language in the episode, in case you need to be careful of little ears!)