In You Were Born for This (airing 7:06-7:28am ET), Fr. John and Mary reflect on several passages from the Book of Revelation that allow us even now to see how it all ends, so that we might live each day with quiet hope.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:33-7:42am ET), Nancy talks about Advent in the context of the gift of Fortitude.

 

In The Simple Reminder (airing 7:43-7:51am ET), this week, Pat and Karen sit down to discuss why being nice can actually be a selfish act.

In Sunday Homilies with Fr. Mike Schmitz (airing 7:57-8:20am ET), Fr. Mike explains how we are made for more than a second-hand relationship with God. For those who are looking for a plan to grow this Advent, Fr. Mike suggests committing to spending 29 minutes every day for the next 29 days before Jesus in the Eucharist.

In Ave Explores (airing 8:26-8:58am ET), Jackie Mulligan, CEO of Reform Wellness, says healing only happens when we know Jesus, rely on him, and allow him to heal us. She explains how we come to be healed through this relationship with Jesus.

In Outside the Walls (airing 9:03-9:59am ET), TL sits down with Allison Gingras, who talks about her new book out through Ave Maria Press titled, Signs of Faith: My Unexpected Journey with Sacramentals, the Saints, and the Abundant Grace of God.

In Letters to Women (airing 10:05-10:33am ET), Chloe talks to Nell O’Leary from Blessed Is She about all kinds of relationships and why it’s important to prioritize prayer and reflection in our lives as women today.

In Restore the Glory (airing 10:36-11:57am ET), Jake and Bob walk listeners through a thirteen step process of forgiveness, offering guiding insights along the way.

In Living Stones (airing 12:00-12:28pm ET), Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Ken Hallenius return with part 4 of their conversation on pilgrimage: this time in Advent, and they reflect on how the Ten Commandments are guideposts of our earthly pilgrimage.

In Truth in Charity (airing 12:31-1:00pm ET), Bishop Rhoades talks about how a diocese is structured, covering diocesan curia, secretariats, and moderators.