The Popecast (airing 1:06-1:53am EST) is about a pope that needs no introduction, being one of the finest men to ever grace the Chair of St. Peter, but he does need a long episode to tell the whole tale of his long and eventful life. October 22 – the day that this episode is being released – is this man’s feast day and the anniversary of the 1978 inauguration of his papacy, so raise a glass (or a pierogi) for one of the greatest of all pontiffs.

Living Stones (airing 1:59-2:26am EST) features Ken and Deacon Harold returning to their discussion of Evangelium Vitae in Chapter 4, paragraph 78. They reflect on their summer travels, why proclaiming the Gospel is proclaiming life, and the vital importance of sound doctrine in Catholic institutions.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 2:29-2:32am EST) for October 29, 2021 are from Romans 9:1-5; Psalms 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20; and Luke 14:1-6.

Pints with Aquinas (airing 2:38-3:38am EST) features Fr. Pine answering questions on all things death: what to expect in death, how to understand death as Christians, how death is both natural and unnatural, and more!

On The Counsel of Trent (airing 3:41-4:02am EST), Trent reveals three bad ways to answer mythicism, or the view that Jesus never existed.

Outside The Walls (airing 4:08-5:07am EST) features a discussion with Kristin Putnam about Catholics being Pro-Life. This is a consistent tenet of the faith. Her pro-life position, however, doesn’t begin and end with the unborn. Rather, our advocacy for the unborn flows out of our belief in the Dignity of the Human Person made in the image and likeness of God.

The Exodus 90 Show (airing 5:10-5:56am EST) is about time in prayer. Feeling like you can avoid going to the chapel to pray today because the calendar shows that there’s a tomorrow? One encounter with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist could change your life forever. A daily encounter with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist will change your life—and the lives of those around you—forever. This episode includes a sit down with Andrew Nobauer of Canada based collegiate ministry, Catholic Christian Outreach. He shares not only his experience of Exodus 90, but also his experience of conversion after an encounter he had with our Lord in the Eucharist. Then in the fervorino we get real practical on why we should be praying for an hour every day as men.

On this week’s episode of Doctor, Doctor (airing 6:00-7:00qm EST) features multiple discussions about religious freedom in healthcare. First, physician assistant Megan Kreft from Portland, OR talks about how she found a place to practice medicine and honor her conscience after she was fired for her religious beliefs. Then Louis Brown, J.D., Executive Director of Christ Medicus Foundation and former HHS Office of Civil Rights official, joins the doctors to talk about the importance of religious freedom for healthcare providers and how CMF Curo works to educate lawmakers to understand and uphold conscience rights. And finally, Dr. Stephen White, the chair of Healthcare Policy for the Catholic Medical Association, talks about how the CMA advocates for healthcare providers.

Bishop Baron’s Sermons (airing 9:06-9:22am EST), Bishop talks about the Gospel from October 20th, the marvelous story of the healing of blind Bartimaeus—an icon of tremendous power and a sacred picture of the spiritual life and the process of salvation. We all find ourselves, in our need of Christ, in this image, as our own blindness distorts our vision of spiritual reality and the meaning of life.

The Daughters’ Project (airing 9:28-10:10am EST) discusses prayer: How do you pray? How often do you pray? What are your joys, struggles, and desires in prayer? Where to start if you don’t know how? Join Fr. Harrison Ayre, Sr. Aletheia, and Sr. Nancy as they reflect on prayer as a gift from God that is always available to us, and share practical ways we can respond to this awesome gift as members of Christ’s body.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 10:13-10:16am EST) for October 25, 2021 are from Romans 8:12-17; Psalms 68:2 AND 4, 6-7AB, 20-21; and Luke 13:10-17.

The Simple Reminder with Pat Lencioni (airing 10:16-10:24am EST): Some of life’s greatest gifts are wrapped in packaging we don’t expect.

The Messy Family Podcast (airing 10:30-11:13am EST), features a conversation on Spiritual Freedom for Parents, with Matt & Jenn Lozanowe, who talk about recognizing the lies that we believe, renouncing them, and choosing the good.  So many of us believe lies from our past which keep us trapped in a “small story” but when we allow Jesus to free us, He brings us into a larger story, the story of truth.

On Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 11:16-11:36am EST), Tommy talks about the idea of wanting to see a Catholic therapist, introduces listeners to Blessed Claudio Granzotto, and answers listener questions about how to take care of our mental health with all the bad news around us, why those of us with ADHD seem to engage in impulsive behavior, and how to help those around us understand our mental health experience and needs.

Pints with Aquinas (airing 11:42am-12:25pm EST) is a check-in after three months without a smart phone – how has it been?

Godsplaining (airing 12:28-1:02pm EST) is a discussion between Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Patrick Briscoe about the film Beautiful Boy starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet.

Renovo (airing 1:05-1:32pm EST) episode 244 is about Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente, and why he was the greatest.

This week’s episode of Church Life Today (airing 1:35-2:16pm 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”.

This week’s episode of The Sandwich Generation (airing 2:19-3:00pm EST) features Dr. Catherine Godfrey-Howell discussing how doing the right thing requires much thoughtful and prayerful effort. It is especially difficult when we are making decisions for other people, which is something we do all the time in the sandwich generation! In this privileged position we alone are responsible for forming and following our conscience. Parental authority comes from the Creator Himself and cannot be abrogated, and should be supported.

Catholic Bytes (airing 3:06-3:19pm EST) asks, you may have heard that the Pope has convoked a synod on synodality…is this just a meeting about church bureaucracy? Fr. Conrad and Fr. Alec break that down a bit more for us and explain why a synod on synodality is actually quite important. As the preparatory document states, “by journeying together and reflecting together on the journey that has been made, the Church will be able to learn through Her experience which processes can help Her to live communion, to achieve participation, to open Herself to mission.”

Catholicism With My Kid (airing 3:25-3:41pm EST) is titled The Bible – Where Did it Come From?, and discusses who wrote it, Bible trivia, history, and why some Bibles are different. Also we get into a mix-up between two historical figures.

The Daily Mass Readings (airing 3:44-3:46pm EST) for Thursday, October 28, 2021 are from Ephesians 2:19-22; Psalms 19:2-3, 4-5; and Luke 6:12-16.

You Were Born For This (airing 3:52-4:13pm EST) features Fr. John and Mary share their excitement and their plans about The Rescue Project and offer something practical to do in this World Mission Week.

In The Counsel of Trent (airing 4:16-6:15pm EST), Trent sits down with Jon Steingard, the former front man for the popular Christian pop/punk band Hawk Nelson, to discuss why he left the Faith. Together they discuss the problem of evil, divine hiddenness, and Bible difficulties.

In They That Hope (airing 6:21-6:41pm EST), Bob talks about his weekend in Tampa, accepting God’s will in tough circumstances, and the virtue of hope.  Fr. Dave just keeps saying, “Baseball.”

Do Something Beautiful (airing 6:44-7:29pm EST) welcomes film director Cameron O’Hearn! We discuss the project I worked with him on, which he calls “the case for the Traditional Latin Mass.” Cameron shares with us how his love for the Latin Mass developed, and the shocking history of the Latin Mass in the past decades, and why the Latin Mass may be so closely tied to belief in the True Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. They go way back in Cameron’s own story, and talk about how he came to be a filmmaker, what inspires and surprises him about making films, what film has in common with evangelization, what Beauty means for us in the world today, and keeping the most important things front and center in our lives.

Poco a Poco (airing 7:32-8:18pm EST) features a discussion on believing that God is enough. Even when we experience God’s goodness, repeatedly and in big and small ways, it can be a struggle to keep believing that God is enough. He is LORD. He is enough, and we only have to give him permission to work. It sounds simple, but it can be tough when we’ve faced rejection in other areas of our lives. How do we believe? How do we find the courage and take the risk—to learn he always shows up?

On this week’s episode of Building Through Him (airing 8:21-8:30pm EST), Mary Jo talks about the Power in the Name.

On this week’s episode of Ten Thousand Places (airing 8:33-9:00pm EST), the True Presence of the Eucharist is discussed. When Catholics say the Eucharist is the body and blood of Jesus, are they for real? Is the Eucharist for real? This episode will explore some of the scriptural, historical, and practical reasons why Catholics take Jesus at his word when he says, “This is my body.”