In You Were Born for This (am ET), Albert joins Fr. John and Mary and talk about the primacy of praise and gratitude, particularly as we celebrate Thanksgiving this week.

In Catholic Sprouts (am ET), Nancy talks about encountering Jesus in his real presence in the Eucharist.


In Sunday Homilies with Fr. Mike Schmitz (am ET), Fr. Mike explains how the Holy Spirit, poured out on the apostles (and the entire Church) at Pentecost would have gone to waste without the most important reality: that the disciples made themselves available to be used by God for the service of the people around them.

In Daughters’ Project (am ET), the sisters talk with Meg Hunter-Kilmer, who is a Catholic speaker, writer, and self-proclaimed hobo for Christ (She really dives into what that means in this episode!).⁠⁠ They talk a lot about Jesus and radical trust.

In Outside the Walls (am ET), TL sits down with Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo, from the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame. He joins the show to talk about his new book out through Ave Maria Press titled, Our Faithful Departed: Where They Are and Why It Matters.

In Blessed Is She (airing 10:05-10:33am ET), Beth reflects on how to have hope in hard times.

In Fountains of Carrots (airing 10:36-11:27am ET), Christy and Haley talk to journalist Bonnie Kristian about how to have a healthy relationship with news and media when the odds are stacked against us, how to love and maintain relationship with friends and loved ones who have accepted extremist ideologies, and more.

In Restore the Glory (airing 11:33-12:13pm ET), Bob and Jake discuss Type A and Type B wounds as well as seven categories of woundedness called the seven deadly wounds.

In Truth in Charity (airing 12:16-1:00pm ET), Bishop talks about the USCCB meeting. He shares about almost becoming vice president, his new chairman role, pro-life post-Dobbs, Ukraine, and three American women being considered for sainthood.