In Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon (7:06-7:20am ET), Bishop explores that we’ve come to the great feast of Christ the King, which is always the last Sunday of the liturgical year. He invites us to think of the king coming at the end of a long procession into his palace; this is Christ the King at the end of the great procession of the liturgical year. He then looks at three dimensions of Christ’s kingship, one from each of the three readings today: our unity in Christ, Christ the warrior, and the weapons by which Christ wins the battle with the powers of darkness: his nonviolence and forgiving love.

In Catholic Sprouts (7:25-7:33am ET), guest-host Monica, who is president of https://tobet.org, helps us explore the human body and what our bodies teach us about ourselves.

 

In Being Human (7:39-8:31am), Dr. Greg and Dr. Bryan dive into discussion about men’s emotional lives, giving listeners a peek into the male psyche while sharing their observations on what it means to be an emotionally healthy man.

In Renovo (8:37-8:56am ET), they ask if the church ever had a medieval female Pope who died in the streets? Some legends say so, but are they just that, legends?

In Living the Call (airing 9:03-10:40am ET), Dcn. Charlie talks to Brett Attebery about his cutting-edge approach to ending abortion, specifically by incorporating powerful business and marketing strategies into his work.

In Follow to Lead (airing 10:45-11:27am ET), Fr. Randy talks to Anna Camacho about how the intercession of St. Joseph helped her find creative and fulfilling work making handcrafted candles with scents directly inspired by saints and the faith.

In Godsplaining (airing 11:30-12:00pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Patrick Briscoe discuss Heaven, what it might be like, and what it won’t be like.

In Doctor Doctor (airing 12:03-1:00pm ET), Dr. Emily Krach and her brother Dr. Patrick Krach share their experiences as young Catholic doctors facing extra challenges, questions, and even discrimination during their residency training.