In Let Love (am ET), for the first time, the sisters are walking with us, week by week, as we discover what is held out to us in this special season of grace that is Advent.
In Catholic Sprouts (am ET), Nancy talks about Advent in the context of the gift of Fortitude.
In American Catholic History (am ET), Tom and Noëlle tell us about Orestes Brownson, who was one of the most important intellectuals of the 19th century and a restless religious seeker.
In At the Table (am ET), Pat, Cody, Tracy and Beau discuss the new 3-letter secret to success.
In Messy Family Project (am ET), they first talk about the time between dinner and bedtime, which they affectionately call the “witching hour”. They also discuss the sad reality of adult children who have left the faith and how parents can respond to them. Then, they give some great places to go to find information about child development so parents can know how to create appropriate expectations.
In Snacking with the Saints (airing 10:05-10:54am ET), Andrea sits down with Shannon Schmidt to talk about her experiences as a BIPOC Catholic and one of her favorite saints, Ven. Henriette DeLille.
In Godsplaining (airing 10:57-11:25am ET), Fr. Patrick Briscoe, Fr. Gregory Pine, and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress discuss the Mass readings for the first Sunday of Advent, 2022.
In Short Catholic (airing 11:31-11:37am ET), Daniel Harms talks about the last words of film critic, Roger Ebert, and the faith crisis of YouTubers.
In Poco a Poco (airing 11:40-12:23pm ET), the friars talk about Advent as a time for hope and promises fulfilled and how even if he doesn’t solve every problem or make everything okay, God is coming.
In Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 12:26-1:00pm ET), Ken talks to film and podcast producer Micheal Flaherty about how he was inspired to bring the Gospel message to the Big Screen and why the truths of the classics never get old.