Hear about Sts. Andrew Kim Tae-gon, Paul Chong Hasang, and their Companions, Pope Francis’ Angelus reflection on serving others, and some saints who can help us be holy online.
The Daughters Project (airing from 7:26-8:21am ET) reflects on the modernist and materialist philosophies in today’s culture and the difference between these mentalities and the Christian worldview.
The daily mass readings (airing from 8:26-8:30am ET) come from Ezra, Psalm 126, and Luke 8.
Catholic Sprouts (airing from 8:30-8:39am ET) shares about how religion is good.
In Pints with Aquinas (airing from 8:45-9:53am ET), Matt Fradd shares on how he thinks Protestants can pray the Rosary too, and answers some listener questions surrounding that.
The Renovo Podcast (airing from 9:56-10:23am ET) asks the question of whether Catholics are bad at preaching and then offers practical advice for getting better at it.
St Dymphna’s Playbook (airing from 10:29-10:48am ET) talks about online counseling services, introduces listeners to Saint Cajetan, and answers listener questions.
In The Counsel of Trent (airing from 10:51-11:12am ET), Trent sits down with author Leila Miller to discuss the many ways divorce parallels the evil of abortion, including in the ways some faithful Catholics try to justify it.
In Godsplaining (airing from 11:17-11:51am ET), join Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Gregory Pine as they consider whether or not being nice is a virtue.
Church Life Today (airing from 11:54am-12:23pm ET), our guest today is Obianuju Ekeocha: founder and president of Culture of Life Africa, an initiative dedicated to the promotion and defense of the African values of the sanctity of life, beauty of marriage, blessings of motherhood and the dignity of family life.
Sandwich Generation (airing from 12:26-1:00pm ET), Mother Teresa said, “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” The concept of competition while cooperating while building community is explored with Patrick McCaskey, Vice President and Board Member of the Chicago Bears. An author and speaker, our conversation with Papa George Halas’ grandson spans the early days of the NFL, raising a Catholic family of 11 while running a historic sports franchise, all the way to Pat’s favorite for this year’s Super Bowl. He also shares a poem from his new book on the Gospels.