They That Hope (airing 1:06-1:36am EST): Fr. Dave and Bob talk about baseball, broken guitars, St. John Paul II, and fasting with joy.
Catholic Sprouts (airing 1:42-1:51am EST) celebrates Pope St. Joh Paul II, and talked about the Kingdom of Heaven with Anthony D’Ambrosio.
Today’s Daily Mass Readings (airing 1:54-1:57am EST) for Friday, October 22, 2021 are from Romans 7:18-25a; Psalm 119; and Luke 12:54-59.
Ave Explores (airing 2:03-2:33am EST) features Marcel LeJeune, founder of Catholic Missionary Disciples, who says forming authentic and honest relationships is the key to sharing the faith with others. He explains that evangelization is not a program to fix people.
The Burrowshire Podcast (airing 2:36-3:39am EST) discusses joy: It’s hard to stay joyful today. We’ve all noticed a rise of anxiety, anger, and bitterness, whether in ourselves or among friends. Our cultural climate is toxic, to say the least. Yet, we are called to be missionaries of joy, who spread the evangelium gaudium (joy of the Gospel). How do we do this? How do we develop and protect our joy? In this episode, Fr. Blake and Brandon explain how to root our joy in Christ, how to recognize the enemies of joy, and Chesterton’s and Tolkien’s advice on maintaining “joy without a cause.”
On Pints with Aquinas (airing 3:45-4:46am EST), Fr. Pine explains why we pray the rosary and answers questions on relativity, vanity and fitness, theological details of the resurrection, and more!
Outside the Walls (airing 4:49-5:48am EST) features Krista Corbello, founder of Even This Way, who had been involved in Pro-Life advocacy for years before she learned that she had a sibling who was lost to abortion. Krista shares how this revelation impacted her and eventually pushed her to embrace a consistent life ethic, and to create a space for sibling survivors of abortion to find healing and community.
On this week’s episode of Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00am EST), Cohost Dr. Tom McGovern talks about his day job as a practicing dermatologist. He shares why he chose the specialty, the most rewarding and most difficult aspects of his work, how his faith guides him in his work, and some basic advice for everyday skin concerns.
Bishop Baron’s Sermons (airing 9:06-9:20am EST) discusses friends, power, and honor – and how we ought to ask for those in the right spirit.
In Follow to Lead (airing 9:26am-10:17am EST), special guest Jonathan Weiss discusses a new video trilogy called “Mass for the Ages”, discussing the Latin Mass and Pope Francis’ Motu Proprio, “Traditiones Custodes”.
The Daily Mass Readings (airing 10:20-10:23am EST) for Monday, October 18, 2021 come from 2 Timothy 4:10-17b, Psalm 145, and Luke 10:1-9.
On Pints with Aquinas (airing 10:29am-12:37pm EST), the many arguments of Aquinas for God’s existence are discussed with Dr. Joseph Trabbic, who has a PhD in philosophy and is the chair of the philosophy department at Ave Maria University.
Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 12:43-12:59pm EST) discusses how to know when a therapist is a good fit, coping with military deployment, avoiding teacher burnout, and introduces listeners to Saint Giles.
In the Godspaining podcast (airing 1:02-1:40pm EST), the three ages of spiritual life, taken from Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange’s The Three Ages of the Interior Life: Prelude of Eternal Life, are explored with Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman.
In this week’s episode of Church Life Today (airing 1:43-2:11pm EST), the University of Notre Dame’s Dr. Kati Macaluso, who works to form other teachers at their Institute for Educational Initiatives, discusses her essay titled “New Pathways for Catholic Schools After the Pandemic”.
In this week’s episode of The Sandwich Generation (airing 2:14-3:00pm EST), Dr. Joe Brickner details his book “So You Want To Be A Coach…”, and topics such as bringing out the best in others as a corporate manager and his experience as the head basketball coach for his alma mater Benedictine College.
Catholic Bytes (airing 3:06-3:19pm EST) features a discussion with Fr. Conrad and Fr. Alec Scott on how to discern moments of the Holy Spirit, answering questions such as, how can we tell when it’s the Spirit prompting us to do something or when it’s more of our own action and impetus?
On You Were Born For This (airing 3:25-3:45pm EST), Fr. John Riccardo and Mary address the common experience of many Christians trying to fix themselves rather than allowing the Holy Spirit to do it.
Today’s Daily Mass Readings (airing 3:48-3:51pm EST) for Thursday, October 21, 2021 come from Romans 6:19-23; Psalm 1; and Luke 12:49-53.
In The Counsel of Trent (airing 3:51-4:20pm EST), Trent shares three similarities between Protestant critiques of Catholicism and atheistic critiques of Christianity in general.
The Burrowshire Podcast (airing 4:26-5:16pm EST) includes Brandon and Fr. Blake discussing Fr. Blake’s new book (Reclaiming Vatican II: What It (Really) Said, What It Means, and How It Calls Us to Renew the Church) and why so many people misunderstand the Second Vatican Council. They also explore the Council’s four major documents and how to reclaim and (properly) implement them today.
On Living Stones (airing 5:19-5:47pm EST), Deacon Harold and Ken Hallenius welcome their friend and author Paul Senz, and they discuss his book Fatima, 100 Questions and Answers.
Letters To Women (airing 5:53-6:38pm EST) is a letter to the woman wishing she could take a break from Instagram: if you’re ready for a break and you’re hungry for contentment, this letter is for you.
Poco a Poco (airing 6:41-7:33pm EST) examines Week 4 of a series on A 30-Day Personal Retreat with the Litany of Trust, by Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, S.V., and how we are invited to trust through concrete experiences, both small and large.
On Godsplaining (airing 7:36-8:09pm EST), Sam Guzman and John Heinen from The Catholic Gentleman join Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Joseph Anthony Kress to discuss Catholic masculinity.
On this week’s episode of Building Through Him (airing 8:12-8:21pm EST), May Jo talks about a little love note from God about the tide of temptation.
On this week’s episode of Ten Thousand Places (airing 8:24-9:00pm): When parents wait for their child to choose a religion, they may think they are being fair and reasonable, but things aren’t what they seem. What is the child REALLY being taught by parental withholding of religious practice and graces? And how can it be that there is really no “neutral” ground here?