The Daily Refill for Tuesday, November 16, 2021 (airing throughout the day) features Saint Gertrude the Great, Ratzinger Prizes, and Nightbride’s insight on everyday miracles.

Being Human (airing 7:06-7:30am EST) features discussions on how to befriend the negative voices in your head; following Jesus’ example in learning how to encounter our negative parts; the downfalls of pop psychology; how Mindfulness helps us become more aware of our interior life; the moral neutrality of Mindfulness; the importance of having an accurate anthropology; and using your imagination to encounter your unconscious.

On The Counsel of Trent (airing 7:36-7:59am EST), Trent examines an attitude among “non-denominational” Christians that downplays doctrine and says “all that matters is just believing in Jesus.” Trent shows how belief in Jesus must correspond with obedience to Jesus’ commands and that requires sound doctrine.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 8:04-8:10am EST) for Tuesday, November 16, 2021 are from Second Maccabees 6:18-31; Psalm 3:2-3, 4-5, 6-7; and Luke 19:1-10.

Catholic Sprouts (airing 8:16-8:25am EST) features a conversation with Christina, this week’s host, providing guidance for parents as daughters prepare for maturity with Christ at the center.

On The Pilgrim Soul (airing 8:25-9:06am EST), Sofia and Giuliana have a conversation about becoming fully human, through the lens of the lives of the saints. What does a fulfilled humanity look like? What does it mean that the saints were fully human? And how can their prayers and example help us become more truly ourselves?

Abiding Together Podcast (airing 9:09-9:48am EST) continues the four part series on the identity of sister. They discuss the unique wounds that women often inflict on one another and our own experiences of jealousy, rivalry, and competition, and look at how assumptions can damage relationships and the role of intentional communication and transparency in repairing these wounds.

Ave Spotlight (airing 9:54-10:11am EST) is entitled Can Catholics Party? Partying with friends can sometimes lead to behaviors that are unhealthy and harmful. Campus minister Mari Pablo shares tips to help fellow Catholics create a community of support, accountability, and holiness.

Pints with Aquinas (airing 10:14-11:16am EST) features a discussion with Benjamin Handelman on how to become Catholic.

The Word on Fire Show (airing 11:21-11:49am EST) reconciles modern psychiatry with faith in God. Modern psychiatry tends to downplay spirituality, but Bishop Barron and Brandon discuss a new Scientific American article suggesting that “Psychiatry Needs to Get Right with God.” The author explains how belief in God is associated with significantly better treatment outcomes for many patients, and therefore patients should have the option to include spirituality in their treatment. And, a listener asks, where does one go to get the Catholic Church’s official interpretation of Scripture?

Ave Explores (airing 11:52am-12:33pm EST) features Chris Padgett, internationally known Catholic speaker and author, discussing how evangelization begins and ends with an authentic witness to the ways Jesus has changed your life. He says stories and humor are especially important when trying to help people encounter the Lord.

This week’s episode of Morning Jolt (airing 12:36-1:00pm) is an encore presentation of Sister Ignatia and Sister Maria Gemma explaining how to discuss topics of gender and sexuality with truth and charity.