In Let Love (airing 7:06-7:45am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV unpack what intentional living looks like: we can either approach leadership, home, work, relationships, and God with a stance of control, fear, or indifference, or we can let Love unfold the beautiful in us by approaching it all with an attitude of receptivity, love, and craftsmanship.
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:45-7:51am ET), Nancy is talking about Jesus’ mother Mary and how she’s appeared to people throughout the centuries since she went to Heaven.
In the readings from Mass (airing 7:56-8:03am ET), we hear from Acts 14, Psalm 115, and John 14.
In Renovo (airing 8:09-8:33am ET), Doug Tooke takes us through what “informed conscience” means and how we know when to follow ourselves and when the follow Church teaching.
In American Catholic History (airing 8:39-9:00am ET), Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about Sr. Ignatia Gavin and how she was involved in the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous.
In Do Something Beautiful (airing 9:03-10:00am ET), Leah talks to Kate Lloyd about the law practice she founded to help women rescued from human trafficking and what we can all do to end modern slavery.
In The Domestic Church Project (airing 10:05-10:41am ET), Matt Pinto, the founder and former president of Ascension Press talks about how to make Scripture a bigger part of our families and our homes.
In Beyond Damascus (airing 10:45-11:50am ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron talk with Damascus Missionary Gabe Gessler about Mary’s key role in the New Evangelization.
In Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 11:53-12:28pm ET), Dr. Kristin Collier talks about how her conversion to Christianity impacted her work as a physician and why she founded the University of Michigan Medical School’s program on Health, Spirituality, and Religion.
In Church Life Today (airing 12:31-1:00pm ET), Jessica Keatin, the director of the Office of Life and Human Dignity within the McGrath Institute for Church Life at Notre Dame, talks about how we can increase respect for life in all its stages throughout our culture.