The Daily Refill for Monday, November 22, 2021 (airing throughout the day) features Blessed Zef Marxen, a case regarding abortion at the Supreme Court, and Queen Elizabeth and the Gospel.

Bishop Baron’s Sermons (airing 2:06-2:20am EST) from Sunday, November 21, 2021 is abour the Feast of Christ the King, which encapsulates what the Christian life is all about. All the other celebrations of the year are leading us to this conclusion, and on this last Sunday of the liturgical year, we are asked the question: Is Christ the King of your life?

Catholicism With My Kid (airing 2:26-2:35am EST) features Kyle Heimann and his son Sebastian looking at the similarities of salt and light, and what it means to be both.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 2:40-2:45am EST) for Monday, November 22, 2021 are from Daniel 1:1-6, 8-20; Daniel 3:52, 53, 54, 55, 56; and Luke 21:1-4.

The Messy Family Podcast (airing 2:51-4:08am EST) features listener questions and Katie (Hernon) Gamboa, who sits in as the “Every-mom” and asks the questions that our members have sent in to us to be answered. Per usual, there is a variety of subjects that we cover in this episode.  One mom is struggling with spiritual desolation and a husband who is agnostic.  A dad dealing with addiction reached out for encouragement and advice on relating to his wife during recovery.  We also touch on lighter topics such as laundry routines, having fun with your kids, and navigating the secular Christmas trappings that are all around us.  And we always have questions about toddlers, so that topic is in here too!

Renovo (airing 4:11-4:56am EST) investigates what cryptocurrency, the metaverse, and Jesus have to do with one anthoer.

Godsplaining (airing 5:02-5:42am EST) features Father Joseph-Anthony Kress and Father Bonaventure Chapman, who are joined by Rob Kaczmark, president and CEO at Spirit Juice Studios, to discuss the importance of telling stories well.

Follow to Lead (airing 5:47-6:53am EST) features a discussion with with Emily Cavins, who has participated in several excavations in Israel, and with her husband, Jeff, leads annual pilgrimages to Israel and other Bible related destinations such as Turkey, Greece, Italy, Jordan, and Egypt. She was the co-editor of  “Amazing Grace for Mothers,” and developed the “Great Adventure Kids” bible study materials that centers around teaching children the plan of salvation history and based on her husband Jeff’s “The Story of Salvation: A Journey through the Bible.” She is also the author of “Lily of the Mohawks: The Story of St. Kateri,” the first Native American Saint from North America.

This week’s episode of Church Life Today (airing 6:56-7:25am EST) is a celebration of Thanksgiving week, sharing quotes, passages, and a poem that invite us to deepen our appreciation for and wonder about the gift of Christ in the Eucharist as an exchange of thanksgiving. For those who revere and adore the Sacrament of the Eucharist, we know that being transformed by that particular and unique “thanksgiving” should shape and transform our entire lives.

This week’s episode of The Sandwich Generation (airing 7:28-8:00am EST) features a conversation with Doctor Meg Meeker, a pediatrician, author and national media contributor who shares her wisdom on protecting children and forming strong characters within them, and meeting today’s challenges for mothers, father, and grandparents.

The Daily Refill for Wednesday, November 24, 2021 (airing throughout the day) features martyrs of Vietnam, stores closing for Thanksgiving, and the Nazi’s first guillotine victim.

From bulldogCatholic, Father Mike Schmitz’s Sunday Homily (airing 10:06-10:27am EST) from Sunday, November 21, 2021 (the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe) addresses, when we are in the middle of a journey…or the middle of life…we will encounter obstacles. In that encounter with obstacles, we will be tempted to go back. But it is necessary to ask “what is God asking of me right now?”

Let Love: The Gospel of Life (airing 10:33-11:09am EST) discusses that God is not distant; He is close to us, and He tells us: “Do not be afraid.” In this episode, Sister Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sister Marie Veritas, SV talk about the conclusion of The Gospel of Life, looking at Mary’s “yes”, the reality of the spiritual battle against evil, and our own call to let Love live His mystery within us.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 11:14-11:19am EST) for Wednesday, November 24, 2021 are from Daniel 5:1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28; Daniel 3:62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67; and Luke 21:12-19.

On You Were Born for This with Father John Riccardo (airing 11:25-11:50am EST), Father John and Mary reflect on the Kingship of Jesus and the ramifications of that for how we speak about people and situations.

Ave Explores (airing 11:53am-12:28pm EST) features a conversation with Paul Jarzembowski, assistant director of youth and young adult ministries at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, who discusses Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation on evangelization. Jarzembowski explains how accompaniment and encounter are the key elements of evangelization.

The Feminine Genius Podcast (airing 12:34-1:11pm EST) features a conversation on saying “yes” to God with Lauren Costabile, the founder of Hearts of Joy International. Lauren recalls a summer serving at a camp for children and youth with special needs. In her nervousness, she connected with a camper with Down Syndrome, and she says that this was like a hug from God. As she learned more and grew in her desire to serve this community, she founded the organization Hearts of Joy International, which provides heart surgery for children with Down Syndrome in countries where families can’t afford medical care.

Poco a Poco (airing 1:14-2:05pm EST) is part 4 pf their 4-part series on King David: Are we good at repenting? When someone notices our stuff and points it out… are we open to it? To repenting wholeheartedly? Or do we hold onto it? We need help repenting and finding healing, so God constantly sends prophets to speak into the lives of his chosen people. David’s a really good example of how to be formed; how to be led. Look at Psalm 51 for a model of repentance. The orientation is totally towards God; it’s not about turning in on ourselves. It is God who creates a new heart in you. We can choose to make sure that repentance takes place in relationship with God, who loves us. Even in the repentance of Psalm 51, there’s a hope for restoration and reconciliation, and a recognition that God is still a giver of good gifts.

Pints with Jack (airing 2:10-3:05pm EST) features the gang discussing love of nature.

At the Table with Patrick Lencioni (airing 3:05-3:19pm EST) is about the 20-Minute Challenge. Too often, we waste time scheduling meetings around conversations that could happen immediately: Pat, Cody and Tracy issue a challenge.

On this week’s episode of Truth in Charity (airing 3:22-4:00pm EST), Bishop Rhoades of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese discusses Thanksgiving: How can we be more grateful? What’s the connection between being grateful and our spiritual, mental, and physical health? Bishop also talks more about the discipline of gratitude.

This week’s episode of Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:00-5:00pm EST) features Pediatrician Dr. Becca Bakke and infectious disease specialist Dr. Paul Carson, who share the latest information about how COVID-19 affects children, including the increase in serious illness, how likely they are to spread the virus, and what parents need to know when making decisions about vaccines.

The Daily Refill for Tuesday, November 23, 2021 (airing throughout the day) features Blessed Miguel Pro, the Wisconsin parade tragedy, and joining a Convent.

Being Human (airing 5:06-5:32pm EST) is a discussion on why we keep doing thigs we really don’t want to do, such as: The struggle to stop negative behaviors and start doing what you actually want to do; the inner difficulties experienced by St. Paul; the psychological intuitiveness of St. Thérèse of Lisieux; how our brain and psyche are ordered towards self-protection; the importance of self-compassion, love and mercy; approaching this conflict within us in a radically new way; and following Christ’s example as our model for how to love.

On The Pilgrim Soul (airing 5:38-6:12pm EST), Join all three hosts for a conversation inspired by questions from our listeners. It centers around the charism of Communion and Liberation, our experience of life in the movement, and our hopes for the season of Advent. This is the final episode of Season 2, tune in again soon for Season 3.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 6:17-6:22pm EST) for Tuesday, November 23, 2021 are from Daniel 2:31-45; Daniel 3:57, 58, 59, 60, 61; and Luke 21:5-11.

Ave Spotlight (airing 6:28-6:47pm EST) is all about dating with Chenele and Regina Boyd, a Catholic licensed counselor, who answer listener-submitted questions on dating, getting out there, and giving yourself a break.

The Abiding Together Podcast (airing 6:50-7:30pm EST) concludes their four part series on the identity of sisterhood. They discuss the idea of celebrating and championing other women to live out their unique God given call and purpose, and Sister Miriam ends this series with a powerful meditation inviting us each to forgive and receive forgiveness in relationships that have wounded our understanding of true sisterhood.

Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 7:36-9:13pm EST) is all about Dan Cooper, now known as D.B. Cooper, who boarded a short flight to Seattle fifty years ago and then hijacked the plane. After getting $200,00 in ransom, he parachuted out of the plane, never to be seen again. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli ask who he really was, how he pulled off the plot, and what happened to him after.

The Word on Fire Show (airing 9:21-10:15pm EST) contains the answers to questions that were asked at the recent FOCUS SEEK, where seminarians and young people were discerning their vocations, including: Did Bishop Barron ever consider religious life? How should we use philosophy to approach and interact with theology? What should we do about a “dark night of the soul” when it comes to discernment? How should one discern between dating versus pursuing a religious vocation? What should women in particular look for when discerning a religious order? How should one sift through fears and anxieties during discernment? What is something that Bishop Barron learned as a priest, that he wish he had known as a seminarian?

CNA Newsroom (airing 10:18-10:39pm EST) discusses Pablo Tac, who was a young Luiseño Indian man that wished to become a missionary priest, and a petition to open his sainthood cause is gaining traction. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we learn more about Pablo’s story, and revisit the stories of Squanto and Nicholas Black Elk.

On this week’s episode of Morning Jolt with Sister Ignatia (airing 10:42-11:00pm EST), Sister Ignatia talks about abortion, and if there are exceptions to being pro-life.