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Fr. Mike Schmitz’s Sunday Mass Homily (airing 7:06-7:31am EST) preaches on the story of the Rich Young Man and applies it to today.
Let Love (airing 7:37-8:23am EST) unpacks more of Chapter 2 of The Gospel of Life, looking at how we can let Love reveal to us the beauty of the whole trajectory of our lives, and how every person is part of God’s plan.
The Daily Mass readings (airing 8:26-8:30am EST) come from Romans 2, Psalm 62, and Luke 11.
On Living Stones (airing 8:36-9:03am EST), Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Ken Hallenius are joined by filmmaker Michael McGlinn. They discuss his background as a Notre Dame football player, his love of music, and his journey in the Catholic faith.
The Feminine Genius Podcast (airing 9:06-9:45am EST) kicks off a new season with a conversation on seeing art as a vessel to get closer to God.
Thinking Faith (airing 9:51-10:14am EST) continues their four-part series of talks given by Dr. Brett Salkeld to the teachers of the Huron Perth School Division.
The Paul George Show (airing 10:17-11:13am EST) reflects on our lack as humans and our need for God.
On The Counsel of Trent (airing 11:16am-12:14pm EST), Trent critiques the claim that religious education of children is really abusive “indoctrination”.
On Truth in Charity (airing 12:17-1:00pm EST), Bishop Rhoades breaks down the mystery of human suffering, starting with the origin of man and how everything changed when God sent His Son for our redemption.