Hear about St. Therese of Lisieux, the month of the Rosary and Pope Francis’ intentions for October, and 10 Quotes on Eucharistic Adoration from the Saints.

On They That Hope (airing 7:06-7:42am EST), Fr. Dave and Bob discuss the Women’s Health Protection Act, the importance of standing up for the dignity of life, and the plethora of saints the Church celebrates this week.

Catholic Sprouts (airing 7:48-7:54am EST) approaches the final episodes of their Why Be Catholic series.

The Daily Mass readings (airing 7:59-8:03am EST) come from Baruch 1, Psalm 79. and Luke 10.

Living Stones (airing 8:09-8:36am EST) continues a serious on Evangelium Vitae.

On Counsel of Trent (airing 8:39-8:58am EST), Trent explains what the ad hominem fallacy is and how people often mistakenly think it is the same thing as genuine criticism.

On Pints with Jack (airing 8:58-9:16am EST), David sits down to record a solo episode to talk about his newborn son, Sidecar Day, blue flowers in Narnia, and also to make his tongue-in-cheek case as to why C.S. Lewis is better than J.R.R. Tolkien.

On Pints with Aquinas (airing 9:22-10:22am EST), Fr. Gregory Pine shares the church’s teaching on Purgatory and answers some listener questions.

On Outside the Walls (airing 10:25-11:21am EST), Sr. Sydney Moss and Sr. Bernadette Mota from the Salesian Sisters of St. John Boscoe join us to talk about the Fiat Project, a recent finalist in the OSV Innovation Challenge.

On Ave Explores (airing 11:26am-12:00pm EST), Jeff Cavins, biblical scholar and a contributor to _The Bible in a Year _podcast, says that the book of Revelation is often misinterpreted as predicting the future. Instead, Revelation reveals that Heaven is a Mass and we are all invited to it.

Doctor, Doctor (airing 12:00-1:00pm EST), Carter Snead, president of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture and member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, talks about his new book “What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics.” In this second of two parts, he talks about how a true understanding of the human body ought to inform our understanding and policies related to abortion, reproductive technologies, end of life care, and more.