In Beyond Damascus (airing 12:03-1:00am ET), Brad talks to Dr. Andrew Swafford about how he learned to love the faith, the importance of the Creed, and more.

FRIDAY BLOCK

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 7:03-8:00am ET), Sr. Aletheia, Sr. Nancy, and Fr. Harrison talk 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.

In Let Love (airing 9:06-9:45am ET), Sr. Marie Agnus Dei & Sr. Mary Grace talk about inviting Jesus in and letting Him show up.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:50-9:58am ET), Nancy talks a bout St. Therese the Little Flower and her Little Way of love.

In American Catholic History (airing 10:04-10:27am ET), Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how Mother Teresa gave her truly Christ-like witness to divine love and the dignity of every life to all Americans–including the the most influential and powerful–on several occasions.

In At the Table (airing 10:33-11:00am ET), hear a crossover episode of the Working Genius Podcast to hear Pat talk about some of his experiences as an author and provide a behind-the-scenes look at his new book.

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 11:03-12:00pm ET), Sr. Aletheia, Sr. Nancy, and Fr. Harrison talk 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.

In All Things Women’s Health (airing 12:03-12:45pm ET), Dr. Chris Stroud talks to counselor Amber Todd about good counseling and care can help women suffering with mental health challenges find healing.

In Beyond Damascus (airing 12:48-1:57pm ET), Brad, Dan, and Aaron talk about their experiences – good and difficult – working with Gen Z, why they’re leaving the Church, and what we can do about it.

In Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 2:00-2:30pm ET), Ken talks to Aimee Murphy, founder of Rehumanize International, a human rights organization dedicated to creating a culture of peace and life about her new book, Rehumanize: A Vision to Secure Human Rights for All, and explore the principles of the Consistent Life Ethic.

In The Pillar In-Depth (airing 2:33-3:00pm ET), Kate talks to pro-life OBGYN Dr. John Bruchalski about how the overturning of Roe v. Wade is impacting women’s health and how doctors can offer life-affirming care to women, even in difficult circumstances.

In At the Table (airing 3:06-3:42pm ET), Pat and Cody discuss why conflict is critical on teams and why so many organizations avoid it at all costs.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 3:47-3:54pm ET), Nancy talks about St. Therese the Little Flower and her Little Way of love.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 4:00-4:15pm ET), Tommy answers listener questions about how to cope with anxiety-caused nightmares, how to help a daughter experiencing symptoms related to PTSD, and how to engage in our faith when we feel like our local parish isn’t doing enough to keep us safe.

In The Pilgrim Soul Podcast (airing 4:21-5:00pm ET), Adrianna, Giuli and Sofi discuss the Church, the continued presence of Jesus Christ on earth.

In Poco a Poco (airing 5:03-6:00pm ET), we hear the fourth part of a series on Hungry For God by Dr. Ralph Martin which talks about how we persevere to be in relationship with God the Father in the midst of these lived experiences and provide some amazing insights on how we stay where the grace is.

In Letters to Women (airing 6:05-6:39pm ET), Chloe talks to Kelly Breaux, the president of Red Bird Ministries, an organization to help families dealing with child loss, about what it looks like to heal from wounds and then minister from those same wounds, and how grief can actually be something that strengthens your relationship with your spouse instead of destroying it.

In Catholic Bytes (airing 6:42-6:54pm ET), Fr. Conrad talks to Julie about how we can be more careful about how we use social media.

In The Cordial Catholic (airing 7:00-9:00pm ET), Keith talks to Jack Morgan about his conversion story, Old Testament studies, the Early Church, questioning authority, Mary, the Magisterium, and how an incredibly devout, reasonable, Bible-loving, Christ-centred Christian would ever think about becoming Catholic.