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 7:06-7:39am 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 7:45-8:03am ET) preaches a homily on being seen, known, and loved, and how transition always involves destruction.

Today’s Daily Mass readings (airing from 8:08-8:13am ET) come from 1 Colossians, Psalm 150, and Luke 6.

Letters to Women (airing from 8:19-9:03am ET) sits down with Makayla Carmichael to discuss adoption and being pro-life.

In Pints with Jack (airing from 9:06-10:14am 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 10:20-10:45am 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 10:48-11:49am 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 11:52am-12:20pm 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 12:23-1:00pm ET) shares a proof of God’s existence from St. Bonaventure.