From Monday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Vincent de Paul, Pope Francis’ reflections on Jesus’ encouragement not to judge, and some ways families can live out the works of mercy.
On Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons (airing from 2:06-2:20am ET), hear about how God desires gifts for us in the Sacraments, but as the creator of them, He is never limited by them.
On The Daughter’s Project (airing from 2:26-3:16am ET) Sr. Nancy, Sr. Danielle, and Fr. Harrison discuss what the Church is, how we encounter Jesus through his Church, why the Church is essential for this encounter, and how we live this challenging yet salvific reality.
Today’s Daily Mass reading’s (airing from 3:21-3:25am ET) come from Zechariah 8, Psalm 102, Luke 9.
On Godsplaining (airing from 3:31-4:02am ET), Fr. Patrick Briscoe and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress take seriously the considerations of young parents asking the fundamental question of why baptize one’s baby.
The Renovo Podcast(airing from 4:05-4:31am ET) asks why there aren’t more adoptions and looks at similarities and differences between secular and Catholic adoption agencies.
On Pints with Aquinas (airing from 4:37-6:03am ET), Matt Fradd sits down with Protestant Theologian to have a healthy conversation about differences between Catholic and Protestant views.
Ethics and Culture Cast (airing from 6:06-6:24am ET) interviews Professor Christina Bambrick of the University of Notre Dame.
St. Dymphna’s Playbook (airing from 6:29-6:48am ET) talks about the 988 mental health crisis line getting funded in California, introduces listeners to Saint Joseph Calasanz, and answers listener questions about how help a friend who is overwhelmed by the need to be perfect, how to cope with intrusive thoughts around God and the afterlife, and how to find peace in a Church that’s sadly the very place of our trauma.
Church Life Today (airing from 6:51-7:23am ET) talks about the ways in which our environments shape us especially the digital environment and how we might create better conditions for disciples to be formed for healthy, responsible, and discerning engagement in our increasingly digital world.
On The Sandwich Generation (airing from 7:26-8:00am ET), hear about three fears that are nearly universal among seniors.
From Wednesday’s Podcast Block, hear about Sts. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, plus how Servant of God Emil Kapaun’s remains have finally come home, and a litany of saints who turned their lives around.
On Ave Explores (airing from 10:06-10:33am ET), Sarah Christmyer, contributor of The Ave Catholic Notetaking Bible, discusses how she grew to love Scripture and explains how reading the New Testament, especially the Gospels, helps us to know Jesus fully.
Let Love (airing from 10:39-11:18am ET) takes a look at the second part of Chapter 1 of The Gospel of Life, talking about how we can let Love give us a true vision of reality and about how we can only understand ourselves in light of God.
Today’s Daily Mass readings (airing from 11:23-11:26am ET) come from Daniel 7, Psalm 138, and John 1.
Thinking Faith (airing from 11:32am-12:14pm ET) begins a series of talks delivered by Dr. Brett Salkeld to the teachers of the Huron-Perth Catholic School Division.
Bishop Rhodes at a press conference (airing from 12:17-12:39pm ET) earlier this week on recent news from our Diocese.
On Pilgrim Soul (airing from 12:45-1:26pm ET), Theoretical physicist Dr. Steve Barr joins Sofia on the podcast for a conversation about faith and science.
On Counsel of Trent (airing from 1:29-2:18pm ET), Trent examines a recent video from Fr. Casey Cole and critiques his claims that the Gospels are “theology, not history.”
On Pints with Jack (airing from 2:23-3:20pm ET), The Tolkien Road podcast joins David to talk about episodes on J.R.R. Tolekin’s Christian influence and to encourage the Pints With Jack listeners to listen to them.
Truth in Charity (airing from 3:23-4:00pm ET) has Bishop Rhodes sharing on Heaven.
Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:00-5:00pm 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.
From Tuesday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Lawrence Ruiz and St. Wenceslaus, Pope Francis’ latest strong words about pro-life issues, and How To Make A Daily Spiritual Plan In 7 Steps.
Being Human (airing from 5:06-5:42pm ET) talks about Dr. Greg’s new mobile app, the significance of St. John Paul II making St. Thérèse a Doctor of the Church as a woman, a contemplative, and a young person, and how different people can be drawn to different saints.
Our Lady of Podcast (airing from 5:48-6:17pm ET) explores how we are called to recognize ourselves and others as worthy dwelling places of the Lord.
Today’s Daily Mass readings (airing from 6:22-6:24pm ET) come from Zechariah 8, Psalm 87, and Luke 9.
On Catholicism with My Kid (airing from 6:30-6:43pm ET), Frank and Kyle break down the story of David and Goliath.
Abiding Together (airing from 6:46-7:22pm ET) discusses how God meets us where we are rather than where we pretend to be and invites us into a never-ending love.
On Godsplaining (airing from 7:28-8:00pm ET), join Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Gregory Pine as they welcome Fr. Mark-Mary Ames, CFR to discuss holiness.
On Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing from 8:03-8:59pm ET), Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli take tests that could reveal their own psychic functioning.
On The Word on Fire Show (airing from 9:04-10:01pm ET), Brandon Vogt sits down with Michael Ward to discuss C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and how Michael’s new guide and commentary help readers make sense of Lewis’s argument.
CNA Newsroom (airing from 10:04-10:34am ET) looks at Iraq, six months on from Pope Francis’ historic visit, and talk to Iraqis on the ground to hear about the impact of the pope’s visit and the flourishing of the Catholic faith in the Middle East.
On Morning Jolt (airing from 10:37-11:00pm ET), hear a special episode of Morning Jolt featuring Sister Ignatia’s talk from Diocesan World Youth Day.