Hear about St. Francis of Assisi, Pope Francis’ message about how God loves us like little children, and some ways to adapt Laudato Si to our everyday lives.

On Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons (airing 7:06-7:21am EST), Bishop preaches on marriage as the most intimate friendship with God one could ask for and talks about community is required for understanding the Bible.

Saint Stories for Kids (airing 7:26-7:31am EST) shares the story of St. Francis of Assisi, who’s feast day is this week.

On Catholicism with my Kid (airing 7:31-7:39am EST), Kyle Heimann of Redeemer Radio and his son, Sebastian, look at the Golden Rule and why it is such a popular phrase.

The Daily Mass readings (airing 7:44-7:51am EST) come from Jonah 1, Jonah 2, and Luke 10.

On The Messy Family Podcast (airing 7:57-8:45am EST) talks about rebelling against culture by simply being a parent.

The Daughters Project (airing 8:48-9:41am EST)  talks about their struggles to relate to Mary and how they discovered the importance of her role, both in our personal lives and in the life of the Church.

On Follow to Lead (airing 9:47-10:43am EST), Fr. Randy Sly turns the tables on his co-host, Kyle Pietrantonio, Executive Director of Duc In Altum Schools Collaborative, to interview him about his career in Catholic Education,

On St. Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 10:46-11:06am EST), Tommy talks about the Illinois law allowing children to take mental health days from school, introduces listeners to Saint Joan of the Cross, and answers listener questions

On Godsplaining (airing 11:11-11:44am EST), Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Gregory Pine discuss the relationship between spiritual direction and counseling in the Christian life.

On Church Life Today (airing 11:47am-12:19pm EST) the students become the teachers as today a former student talks about her own vocation as a doctor and how to form Catholics for healthcare

Sandwich Generation (airing 12:22-1:00pm EST) talks about how old age is a stage in our development like any other, and one for which we should proactively plan.