In The Simple Reminder (airing 12:03-12:12am ET), Pat and Tracy talk about finding joy and peace amongst a sometimes disheartening reality.

In Restore the Glory (airing 12:12-1:00am ET), Jake and Bob discuss how marriage is a union of two broken people, but by inviting in the love of God, growing together in unity is made possible.

In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 1:06-1:20am ET), he invites us to reflect on the final words of the Bible and what they tell us about the identity of the Church.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 1:20-1:29am ET), this week Amanda and Jonathan Teixiera are guest hosts to tell us what God teaches about money.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 1:34-1:44am ET), Fr. Alec and Fr. Conrad discuss the impact that the Ascension had on the Church, and how it brought the new era of Jesus’ mystical body.

In the readings from Mass (airing 1:50-1:54am ET), we hear from Acts 18, Psalm 47, and John 16.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 2:00-2:18am ET), Tommy answers listener questions about accepting limitations related to our mental health, if missing Mass because of depression is a sin, and how to understand body positivity and increase awareness of eating disorders within the Catholic context.

In Follow to Lead (airing 2:18-3:00am ET), Dr. Richard Ludwick, President of the University of St. Thomas talks about their collaboration with Bishop Robert Barron’s “Word on Fire Institute” in presenting a masterclass series called “The New Evangelization and New Media.”

In Fountains of Carrots (airing 3:03-4:02am ET), Dr. Abigail Favale shares about a way forward for Catholic feminism, how the incarnational nature of our faith should inform our understanding of gender and our bodies as gift, and so much more.

In Lust is Boring (airing 4:05-4:53am ET), Jason talks to Joey Pontarelli of Restored Ministry about the long-term impact divorce can have on children and how adult children of divorce can overcome their wounds and fears to thrive in their own relationships.

In Cannonball (airing 4:59-5:26am ET), Brad Farmer ponders the historical reality of levitation stories about the saints and how it applies to real life.

In Godsplaining (airing 5:29-6:00pm ET), Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Gregory Pine talk about the life and virtues of Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:03-7:00pm ET), Dr. Tom McGovern shares everything you need to know about the sun and your skin, including skin types, when to wear sunscreen, how to avoid sunburn and dark spots, how to prevent skin damage that causes cancer and aging, and more.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 7:03-8:00am ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron discuss the critical call for every Christian to live as a total gift.

In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:49am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV talk about how God is with us in each moment – in the vulnerabilities and uncertainties of childhood, adulthood, and old age – and how we can give our hearts and minds space to learn how to let Love unfold the beautiful within us.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:49-9:57am ET), Jonathan and Amanda Texiera are the guest hosts this week talking about what God has to teach us about money.

In the readings from Mass (airing 10:02-10:08am ET), we hear from Acts 16, Psalm 149, and John 15.

In Renovo (airing 10:14-10:36am ET), Doug Tooke takes a deep dive look at guardian angels.

In American Catholic History (airing 10:43-11:00am ET), Tom and Noëlle Crowe share the story of how devotion to Mary played a key role in the New World from 1492 and how that devotion led her patronage of the USA.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 11:03-12:00pm ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron discuss the critical call for every Christian to live as a total gift.

In The Paul George Show (airing 12:05-1:07pm ET), Paul and Dcn. Adam talk about babies, incorruptible saints, and how miracles can increase our faith.

In Ten Thousand Places (airing 1:13-1:32pm ET), Lewis, Alex, and Justin reflect on the onor and glory of the beard and other sundry pop culture topics.

In Catholic Stuff You Should Know (airing 1:35-2:25pm ET), Fr. John Nepil & Jacob Machado talk about how our desires and our will shape our lives and how grace can help us move them toward the good.

In Church Life Today (airing 2:28-3:00pm ET), Lenny talks to Dr. Mary O’Callaghan about scientific advances in prenatal testing and the danger of “disability selective abortions.”

In They That Hope (airing 3:06-3:49pm ET), Fr. Dave and Dcn. Bob talk about Speaker Nancy Pelosi and what it means to pray “Give us this day our daily bread.”

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:54-4:02pm ET), Amanda and Jonathan Texiera are guest hosts this week talking about what God has to teach us about money.

In the readings from Mass (airing 4:08-4:14pm ET), we hear from Acts 18, Psalm 98, and John 16.

In The Daughters Project (airing 4:20-5:00pm ET), Sr. Orianne Pietra René and Sr. Julie Benedicta are joined by Sr. Emily Beata in a conversation about God’s glory as he shows it in the life of St. Paul, in each of our lives, in his mercy, love, patience, and, well, everything.

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In Poco a Poco (airing 5:03-5:49pm ET), the friars talk about the spiritual lessons we can learn from the 12 Step program.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 5:49-6:00pm ET), Fr. Conrad is joined by a couple guests to talk about reasons for hope in the Church.

In Letters to Women (airing 6:05-6:40pm ET), Elise Crawford Gallagher talks about vulnerability in business leadership and why the phrase “girlboss” just doesn’t cut it in describing the work that women do in business.

In The Cordial Catholic (airing 6:43-8:08pm ET), Keith talks to Catholic convert, author, and historian Rod Bennett about the apostles, apostolic succession, and how the Early Church understood the role of these very first Christian leaders.

In Living Stones (airing 8:11-8:38pm ET), Ken talks to Fr. Anton ten Klooster about grace and moral transformation.

In At the Table (airing 8:40-9:00pm ET), Pat, Cody and Beau discuss the different reasons for this issue, and why we as employees, managers, and leaders are often solving for the wrong things.