In They They Hope (airing 7:06-7:46am ET), Fr. Dave and Dcn. Bob talk about the World Series, the NBA (go Cavs!), Halloween, and the mid-term elections. They conclude their study of Philippians by reflecting on what it means to do all things “through him who gives me strength” (Phil. 4:13).
In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:51-7:57am ET), Nancy talks about our relationship with animals and how they’re a gift from God, but also explains that those relationships can never take the place of our relationships with other humans.
In Saint Dympnha’s Playbook (airing 8:03-8:17am ET), Tommy talks about assisted suicide and coping with Church scandals, introduces Saint Dymphna, and answers listener questions about finding help after trauma, how mental health impacts our struggle for virtue, and the difference between a counselor, a therapist, a psychologist, and a psychiatrist.
In Protagonists of Change (airing 8:23-9:00am ET), they talk about Saints-men and women who lived ordinary and extraordinary lives filled with heroic virtue. First, they hear from Darnell, who tells the story of an altogether uneventful car accident and the one moment that he can’t seem to shake. Then they talk to Meg Hunter-Kilmer, an itinerant missionary who travels the world, living out of her car, talking about her love for Christ. She has also written the book on saints, two of them actually, and loves to connect people to those in heaven who are already praying for them. She tells them about her life as a missionary and how she came to know and love the saints she does. Then in Who’s That Saint, they do something a bit different, they let Meg tell the story of a saint whose story has been pulling on her heart, Venerable Alfonse Gallegos.
In Poco a Poco (airing 9:03-9:52am ET), the friars continue their discussion about the need for a dynamic relationship between liturgical worship and love of neighbor. They then explain that Mother Teresa of Calcutta is an exceptional example of this. A person who embodied and lived the fullness of the gospel life and who was such a great steward of the grace she received that it influenced millions of people in a very good way. A saint who gave us a glimpse of who Jesus is and how He loves us. This is the first part of the new series on Mother Teresa wherein the CFRs shares a little bit about their experience of Mother Teresa and what it meant to them.
In Building Through Him (airing 10:05-10:38am ET), we hear Mary Jo’s talk from the 2022 Kingdom Builders Conference about how we can walk without fear by holding tight to the hand of our Savior.
In Godsplaining (airing 10:41-11:14am ET), Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress and Fr. Patrick Briscoe are joined by Blake Brouillette to discuss homelessness and the importance of simple encounters.
In The Cordial Catholic (airing 11:20-12:29pm ET), Keith talks to Morgan K. Blair about how she met Catholics online who walked with her, how she left behind progressive Christians views for the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, and the incredible graces, blessings, and life-changing events which have followed.
In Living Stones (airing 12:32-1:00pm ET), Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Ken Hallenius discuss their recent pilgrimages and talk about the spiritual fruits that come from going on pilgrimage.