From Friday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Nicholas of Tolentino, news from the Church in Korea and England, and pray along with the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Living Stones (airing from 1:06-1:33am ET) returns to their discussion of Evangelium Vitae with paragraph 88.

Pints with Jack (airing from 1:39-2:07am ET) was invited onto “Ready to Stand” by host Cullen Herout to talk about C.S. Lewis’ views on humility and pride.

Today’s Daily Mass readings (airing from 2:12-2:15am ET) come from 1 Timothy, Psalm 16, and Luke 6.

In Your Catholic Life (airing from 2:15-2:26am ET), Fr. Bill Watson shares on the conversion of St. Ignatius and Ignatian spirituality.

In Let Love (airing from 2:32-3:07am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV begin to unpack the incredible beauty of St. John Paul II’s letter, The Gospel of Life.

In Ave Explores (airing from 3:10-3:42am ET), author and itinerant missionary Meg Hunter-Kilmer says daily reading of Scripture inspires a greater appreciation of Church tradition and a more robust understanding of Christ.

Do Something Beautiful (airing from 3:48-4:14am ET) reflects on the unique and yet also universal wounds experienced as women.

Pints with Aquinas (airing from 4:17-5:11am ET) chats with Andrew Swafford about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and its relation to the spiritual life.

In They That Hope (airing from 5:16-5:53am ET), Bob has a new puppy!  Fr. Dave and Bob talk about family pets, sports, being honest with God in difficult situations, and Mary’s birthday.

In Doctor Doctor (airing from 5:16-6:53am ET), Princeton professor Dr. Margarita Mooney Suarez shares her expertise as a sociologist and experience as an educator to talk about woke ideology and cancel culture and how they’re affecting the mental health of young people.

From Monday’s Podcast Block, hear about saints who never gave up and saints who were “failures” plus a prayer for staying peaceful when reading the news.

In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 9:06-9:21am ET), Jesus travels outside of Israel and heals a man of his deafness. Today, we live in a realm of spiritual deafness. We are bombarded with voices from outside, echoing around us until we are as incapable of hearing as the man from our Gospel. Like him, look to Jesus to heal you so that you might hear the word of God and understand his truth, rather than the lies of the world which surround us.

Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:27-9:35am ET) shares about our call to seek God.

In the readings for today (airing 9:40-9:43am ET), hear from 1 Colossians, Psalm 62, Luke 6.

In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 9:49-11:16am ET), Jimmy Akin and Dom Betinelli explore Neanderthals, Jesus’ Hidden Years, Terminal Lucidity, Owlman, Yoga, Astral Projection, and More Patron Questions.

In Short Catholic (airing 11:19-11:23am ET), hear Kyle Heimann share inspiration on doing the impossible. Which means it is possible. But how?

In Being Human (airing 11:29am-12:34pm ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks about forgiveness, fatherhood, and miraculous grace with Devin Schadt.

In another episode of Short Catholic (airing 12:37-12:40pm ET), Jimmy Mitchell talks about freedom including a quote from one of the greats.

In Outside the Walls (airing 12:45-1:41pm ET), Deacon Kevin Tulipana, D.O. shares with us the nuances of Medical Ethics.

In Church Life Today (airing 1:44am-2:19pm ET), Timothy Troutner talks about a call to bring back imprecatory psalms in today’s Church.

In The Sandwich Generation (airing 2:22-3:00pm ET), hear about moral conscience, fear, and decision making.

From the Thursday Podcast Block, hear about St. Peter Claver, Pope Francis’ latest reflection on St. Paul’s letter to the Galatians, and an examination of conscience for living out the Corporal Works of Mercy.

In Godsplaining (airing from 3:06-3:39pm ET), Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Gregory Pine discuss death and dying with Victor Sweeney, a Catholic funeral director.

Fr. Mike Schmitz (airing from 3:45-4:03pm ET) preaches a homily on being seen, known, and loved, and how transition always involves destruction.

Today’s Daily Mass readings (airing from 4:08-4:13pm ET) come from 1 Colossians, Psalm 150, and Luke 6.

Letters to Women (airing from 4:19-5:03am ET) sits down with Makayla Carmichael to discuss adoption and being pro-life.

In Pints with Jack (airing from 5:06-6:14pm ET), Author Rod Bennett joined David to talk about a presentation on he gave at a big Christian rock festival about C.S. Lewis’ relationship to “Pulp Fiction”.

In Counsel of Trent (airing from 6:20-6:45pm ET), Trent reflects on his recent interview with Cameron Bertuzzi and shares how Protestants and atheists use similar techniques to defend their positions.

Outside the Walls (airing from 6:48-7:49pm ET) talks about how the desert isn’t a place to be rescued from, but rather the mechanism of God’s action in our lives, a vehicle to teach us reliance on God’s providence, the classroom where we learn the necessity of Rest.

In Building Through Him (airing from 7:52-8:20pm ET), we hear how Jesus is the Word, how we must simply let ourselves be loved by Him and spend time with Him that way, and calls us to embrace the Voice of Love daily.

Ten Thousand Places (airing from 8:23-9:00pm ET) shares a proof of God’s existence from St. Bonaventure.