On They That Hope (airing 1:06-1:43am EST), Fr. Dave shares where he was last week and why he hasn’t been watching the World Series. He and Bob talked about Halloween, the challenge of educating your kids, St. Charles Borromeo, and St. John Lateran.

Catholic Sprouts Podcast (airing 1:49-1:54am EST) looks at how Saints can help transform us into Saints ourselves, especially Blessed Chiara Badano.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 1:57-2:02am EST) for Friday, November 5, 2021 are from Romans 15:14-21; Psalm 98:1-4; and Luke 16:18.

Catholicism With My Kid (airing 2:08-2:19am EST) features Kyle Heimann and his son Sebastian talking about Mary and Martha, and why we should prioritize relationships.

Outside The Walls (airing 2:22-3:24am EST) includes Dr. Charles C. Camosy, associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University, talking about the importance of defending and promoting fundamental human dignity in the realm of Medical Ethics, particularly resisting dehumanizing models of ‘care’ when serving an aging population.

On Pints with Aquinas (airing 3:27-5:56am EST), John Edwards shares his powerful life story of finding mercy and God’s forgiveness, titled “From Cocaine to Christ”.

On this week’s episode of Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am EST), Surgical oncologist Dr. Jennifer Perone shares the most important information we need to know about breast cancer, including the biggest risk factors, prevention, and the latest advances in treatment.

Bishop Baron’s Sermons (airing 9:06-9:20am EST) relates that God is not satisfied to be in the background of your life. The Lord your God is the Lord alone, so love him with everything you’ve got—your whole heart, your whole soul, and all your strength.

In The Counsel of Trent (airing 9:26-9:43am EST), Trent examines the faulty claims of “prosperity preachers” like Kenneth Copeland who promise to wealth to Christians who tithe (to their ministries).

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 9:46-9:53am EST) for Monday, November 1, 2021 are from Revelation 7:2-4, 9-14; Psalm 24; First John 3:1-3; and Matthew 5:1-12a.

The Messy Family Podcast (airing 9:59-10:53am EST) features a contuination of the conversation on spiritual freedom with Matt and Jen Lozano from Heart of the Father Ministries. Matt and Jen walk us through the process of defining the lies of the enemy and breaking their power over us, beginning with repentance and forgiveness. Then, we have to renounce these lies, just like we do in confession, and engage in the grace that is there for us. Last we need to receive the blessing of the Father, which is the deepest longing of our hearts.

Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 10:56-11:56am EST) answers questions from patrons on topics such as FTL travel, crying, the Eye of Sahara, the Shroud of Turin, St. Brendan the Navigator, and more.

Pints with Aquinas (airing 12:02-12:40pm EST) is a live talk on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Unnatural Law, with Dr. Scott Hahn.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 12:43-1:08pm EST), Tommy talks about the how to get our prayer life back on track in the context of mental health symptoms, introduces listeners to Blessed Frédéric Ozanam, and answers listener questions about how the Church can better love people when mental health struggles impact their faith, how to address the need to walk out of Mass due to anxiety, and how to cope with a roommate who may have Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

Godsplaining (airing 1:11-1:42pm EST) is Fr. Patrick Briscoe and Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk talking about the occult, divination, magic, and demons during the Halloween season.

On this week’s episode of Church Life Today (airing 1:45-2:25pm EST), Meg Hunter-Kilmer talks about Saints. She has no time for bland, stale stories of saints, as she is too busy reveling in the wild and diverse beauty of holy people. When their stories have not been told well, she seeks after the heart of their story and waits to see the drama, the glory, the full-fledged humanity that others have missed – and then she tells their stories.

On this week’s episode of The Sandwich Generation (airing 2:28-3:00pm EST), DK Raymer gives good advice for restoring ourselves and our communities after a crisis, and encourages people to ask for whatever help they need.

Catholic Games (airing 3:06-3:27pm EST) features Dr. Matt Smith and Jason Nees being tested in their knowledge of Catholic Innovation (mostly scientific), then talk about innovation in the church and some great resources!

On You Were Born For This with Fr. John Riccardo (airing 3:33-3:45pm EST), Father John and Mary share the graces from the Rescue Project retreat and let people know how they can receive updates on the project.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 3:48-3:53pm EST) for Thursday, November 4, 2021 are from Romans 14:7-12; Psalm 27:1, 4, 13-14; and Luke 15:1-10.

Ave Explores (airing 3:59-4:35pm EST) features a discussion with Mallory Smyth on how understanding our gifts and paying attention to how the Holy Spirit calls us to use them is the first step in sharing the faith. She also shares how her reversion to Catholicism and her work in various ministries has shown her that we are all called to uniquely give witness to Jesus.

Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 4:38-5:07pm EST) features Petra Farrell, who joined the de Nicola Center in October 2017 as the Culture of Life Programs Manager, overseeing the Vita Institute, the Notre Dame Evangelium Vitae Medal, and serving as the advisor to the Right to Life student club. Having previously served for several years as a volunteer with St. Joseph County (now Michiana) Right to Life, she performed sidewalk counseling as well as organized and emceed the organization’s annual fundraising dinners.

Letters to Women (airing 5:13-5:51pm EST) is a letter to the woman who wants to rest without feeling guilty. Have you made a commitment to exercise only to fall off the bandwagon a few weeks in? Have you ever gotten angry at your body for failing you but also the (possibly) unrealistic goals you set for yourself? What about using exercise as a way to punish yourself or a way to cancel out what you think is a poor choice, instead of moving your body in a way that supports your WHOLE health as a woman? Today’s episode is with Mairead Suthoff, a board certified Athletic Trainer, and a Fertility Awareness Instructor, trained in the FEMM protocol. She’s also the creator of Sync Up!, which is an online course that helps you navigate how to sync how you move your body, feed yourself, and take care of yourself all based on your fertility as a woman. If you’re ready to approach exercise, nutrition, and self-care in a way that honors the way God made your body and created your hormones to fluctuate each mother, sister, this letter is for you.

Do Something Beautiful (airing 5:54-6:41pm EST) is an episode from The Catholic Coaching Podcast. Matt and Erin Ingold, founders of Metanoia Catholic Coaching, invited Leah to join them to discuss Coaching and the Catholic Life.

Poco a Poco (airing 6:44-7:30pm EST) begins a four-part series on King David. There’s always some mystery involved in an anointing. God doesn’t select the person we expect; this happens throughout the Old Testament and with the Apostles. There’s a mystery of who God calls and how God calls. God still calls really talented people, but not because they’re talented. We are not our skills. God sees beyond that, even when we’re really focused on what we can bring. In David’s case, he was the only one who wasn’t caught up in it all; he had the posture and disposition to be king. And while intention is really important, it’s not enough to make a person good. The world idolizes intention, but it’s necessary to actually be obedient and faithful—to put that intention into practice. As for us? Well, we might not become kings of Israel, but we will have some kind of calling. And as we respond to that call, we have access to the same grace that David did, and we can be as confident as he was in the anointing that God has put on our lives. David was not the author of his own destiny and identity, and neither are we. We’re not self-defined.

On The Counsel of Trent (airing 7:33-8:41pm EST), Trent sits down with Jimmy Akin to talk about his recent debate with Jay Dyer as well as to do a deep dive on issues raised in the debate related to apologetics, presuppositionalism, and the philosophy of knowledge.

On this week’s episode of Building Through Him (airing 8:44-9:00pm EST), Mary Jo discusses how to shut down Satan.