From Monday’s Podcast Block, hear about St. Jeanne Jungan, Pope Francis’ angelus address from Sunday, and the flip side of “sunny spirituality”

In Bishop Barron’s Sermon (airing 2:06-2:23am ET), he most important thing in our lives is to be in harmony with God, and so we follow his divine law. We must, with prudence and wisdom, distinguish between the commandments of God that structure us, and fussy human traditions that distract from our relationship with him.

In Your Catholic Life (airing 2:28-2:38am ET), Dr. Peter Kreeft, one of the most respected authors of our time, on the Eucharist.

In the readings for today (airing 2:42-2:47am ET), hear from 1 Thessalonians, Psalm 96, Luke 4.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (airing 2:53-3:15am ET), Tommy talks about the importance of focusing on your relationship as a married couple and how to address suicide with young children, shares a little bit about Saint Ignatius of Loyola, and answers listener questions about recovering from childhood abuse, navigating relationships with difficult family members, and supporting a loved one experiencing early cognitive difficulties.

In Catholic Art History (airing 3:18-3:38am ET), Charles and Amanda Shepherd from Fort Wayne Museum of Art talk about Moses in the Burning Bush by Nicolas Froment.

In Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World (airing 3:45-5:18am ET), Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli explore who Paul Amadeus Dienach was, what he claimed to see, and whether this man really did travel to the future.

In Being Human (airing 5:21-5:55am ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro goes through a practical exercise to hear and heal different parts of ourselves with Dr. Peter Malinoski.

In Follow to Lead (airing 6:00-6:50am ET), Dr. Clare Kilbane, Professor of the Practice at the University of Notre Dame affiliated with the McGrath Institute for Church Life at Notre Dame talks about her work in Catholic education.

In Church Life Today (airing 6:54-7:30am ET), Tolkien’s creative imagination is discussed with Holly Ordway.

In The Sandwich Generation (airing 7:33-8:00am ET), Tony Minopoli of the Knights of Columbus discusses managing risks in family and financial life.

From the Wednesday Podcast Block, hear about St. Beatrice, St. Giles, and the Prophet Joshua, plus the Vatican’s potential efforts to help in Afghanistan, and Fulton Sheen’s guide to making a holy hour.

In Saint Dymphna’s Playbook (10:06-10:27am ET), Tommy talks about involuntary psychiatric hospitalizations, introduces listeners to Saint Sharbel Makhlouf, and answers listener questions about how to respond to someone who says we use our mental health symptoms as a crutch, if we should pray for our abusers who have died, and how to interact with an adult child who identifies as transgender.

In You Were Born for This (airing 10:33-10:55am ET), Fr. John and Mary let the Word of God shape how they respond to the tragic events in Afghanistan this past week.

In the readings for today (airing 11:00-11:03am ET), hear from Colossians 1, Psalm 52, and Luke 4.

In Popecast (airing 11:03-11:12am ET), hear about the pope who came to power after after 1000 days of an empty papal chair, a guy who wasn’t even a priest when he was elected: Bl. Gregory X.

In Thinking Faith (airing 11:20am-12:30pm ET), in light of the upcoming Canadian Federal Election on September 20th, this re-release of our two-part series introduces Catholics to important tools for discerning how to participate in the electoral process without leaving your faith at the door.

In Ethics and Culture Cast (airing 12:33pm-1:10pm ET), Vicki Thorn, a certified trauma counselor and founder of Project Rachel, talks about her work with women and families who have suffered after abortion.

In Godsplaining (airing 1:15-1:45pm ET), Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk consider the role of humor in human morality and relationships.

In Do Something Beautiful (airing 1:50-2:22pm ET), Leah Darrow talks to Blake Brouillette about Christ in the City and how we are all called to serve those in need.

In Poco a Poco (airing 2:30-3:10pm ET), the friars talk about how Jesus receives us as a gift.

In Truth in Charity (airing 3:15-4:00pm ET), Bishop Rhoades talks about what purgatory is, where the concept is found in the Bible, and specific ways we can pray for the dead…including indulgences.

In Doctor, Doctor (airing 4:00-5:00pm ET), Critical care physician Dr. Wes Ely talks about what he’s learned from his years of research about how providers and families can work together to improve intensive care unit stays for patients by always seeing and treating them as whole persons.

From the Tuesday Podcast Block, hear about St. Raymond Nonnatus, 3 holy men and women who Pope Francis approved to move forward on the path to sainthood, and some of Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s advice about why we should make time for a holy hour.

In Renovo (airing 5:06-5:30pm ET), Doug Tooke takes a look at the history of journaling and its impact on the spiritual life.

In Catholic Cafe (airing 5:36-6:06pm ET), if you have ever wondered if rules in the Catholic Church were too pharisaical, perhaps a reminder that our faith is Incarnational – we are soul and body – will help us see that sometimes the rules help us to find Jesus.

In the readings for today (airing 6:10-6:14pm ET), hear from 1 Thessalonians, Psalm 27, and Luke 4.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 6:14-6:20pm ET), Nancy Bandzuch talks about how to be a disciple.

In Ave Spotlight (airing 6:26-7:00pm ET), School counselor Jasmyn Joubert discusses how to help kids navigate difficult times.

In Short Catholic from The Kyle Heimann Show (airing 7:03-7:10pm ET), Nathaniel Binversie from Exodus 90 talks about the virtue in RECEIVING gifts!

In The Messy Family Podcast (airing 7:16-8:10pm ET), Mike and Alicia Hernon talk about embracing the messiness of family life.

In Our Lady Of Podcast (airing 8:13-8:45pm ET), explore the places we need refuge in our lives and how we can be a refuge to others.

In The Daughters’ Project (airing 8:50-9:35pm ET), Fr. Harrison, Sr. Nancy and Sr. Aletheia share their experiences of being overcome by beauty and reflect on the power of beauty to open our minds and hearts to God—and how we make room for reflection, beauty, and mystery in our lives.

In The Word on Fire Show (airing 9:38-10:48pm ET), Dr. Larry Chapp and Bishop Barron talk about Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker movement, traditionalism and liberalism in the Catholic Church, the Second Vatican Council, and more.

In Morning Jolt (airing 10:48-11:00pm ET), Sister Ignatia Henneberry shares how a healing service can be more than just physical healing, and what it looks like.