In Daughters’ Project (7:06-7:45am ET),  the sisters have a conversation about God’s mercy and desire to have us with him. Join them as they share their reflections on Ezekiel 33:11, in which God says, “I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from their ways and live.” The Daughters of St. Paul hold the copyright of this podcast and it is used here with permission.

In Catholic Sprouts (7:50-7:57am ET), guest-host Monica, who is president of, helps us explore the human body and what our bodies teach us about ourselves.

In Catholicism with my Kid (8:03-8:13am ET), Kyle chats with his son Sebastian about a plank, a splinter, and if we should judge each other.

In Pilgrim Soul (8:19-8:58am ET), Sofia and Adrianna talk about friendship. Is friendship an essential kind of love? How is it a paradox of acceptance and conversion? What sets apart the most meaningful friendships? And what can we do if we are in a season of loneliness? Our media recommendation is the HBO show “Band of Brothers.” And our weekly challenge is to meet up with a friend (old or new) and ask about what’s happening in his or her life.

In Poco a Poco (9:03-9:58am ET), the friars continue their discussion about Mother Teresa. Could you imagine being woken up in the middle of the night because of a great desire to be with someone? For Mother Teresa, it was her desire to be with Jesus. She had a deep, supernatural union with God that gave her the experience of divinely-inspired thirst for Him. A living relationship with Jesus that brings her to this mystical state of ecstasy. This episode is the second part of the new series on Mother Teresa that talks about the beauty of the relationship Mother Teresa had with Jesus, and how it relates to all of us. It is also an invitation for us to recognize this desire that Mother Teresa had and the desire that God has for her and for all of us.

In Building Through Him (airing 10:05-10:34am ET), we hear Fr. Jason Smith’s talk from the Kingdom Builder’s Conference in 2022 about the power of Our Lady and the Holy Rosary.

In Protagonists of Change (airing 10:37-11:10am ET), we hear about the religious, brothers and sisters who have devoted their life to the service of God, and how our relationships with them – understanding their unique, intimate relationship with Christ – can help us lay people better invite Christ into our own lives.

In Thinking Faith (airing 11:16-12:27pm ET), Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett visit with University of Regina English Department head, Dr. Susan Johnston, to discuss reading for consolation in difficult times.

In Living Stones (airing 12:30-1:00pm ET), Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Ken Hallenius return to their discussion of pilgrimage, this time relating to our earthly pilgrimage towards heaven.