From bulldog Catholic (airing 7:06-7:28m EST), hear FR. Mike Schmitz’s homily from Sunday, October 24, 2021: Learning To Lose: Get Up. Life is about losing, it’s not about quitting.
On Let Love: The Gospel of Life (airing 7:34-8:09am EST) Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV expand upon the first part of Chapter 3 of The Gospel of Life by sharing about the incredible privilege of walking with a woman who is pregnant, how to receive and accompany her heart, and how we can let Love turn a crisis into an invitation to newness.
The Daily Mass Readings (airing 8:12-8:15am EST) for October 27, 2021 are from Romans 8:26-30; Psalms 13:4-5, 6; and Like 13:22-30.
The Feminine Genius Podcast (airing 8:21-9:13am EST) features Chenele sharing her story of deepening her faith, being a champion for mental health awareness and racial reconciliation, and why it’s important to have those difficult conversations to foster true human fraternity. “We are all trying to eradicate a sin and replace it with a virtue, so let’s all be on the same page.” When she was younger, Chenele Shaw saw something in her peers that piqued her curiosity. After making some poor choices in her past, she made a conscious decision to reform her life and turn to God. This initial yes helped her grow in relationship with God and give witness to true human fraternity and she does this through groups like The Human Condition Community and Before Gethsemane Initiative.
Pints with Aquinas (airing 9:16-11:48am EST) discusses how Eastern and Western Christians can mutually enrich each other, with Fr. Jason Charron.
At The Table with Patrick Lencioni (airing 11:51am-12:16pm EST) is this podcast’s 100th episode: Pat and Cody are back with an important reminder. Go ahead, enter the danger.
In this week’s episode of Truth in Charity (airing 12:19-1:00pm EST), Bishop Rhoades of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese talks about a special Mass he celebrates every year for those in the law profession as well as those who serve in public office, called the Red Mass. And this year, in his homily, he shares a story about a young Sicilian judge who courageously dealt with Mafia criminal activity in the 1980s and was later assassinated. Hear more about Blessed Rosario Livatino in this episode. The show wraps up with a shift from the legal profession to the Commandments and this Sunday’s Gospel reading about the Greatest Commandment.