In today’s Refill:
Hear about the Martyrs of Cilicia and St. Onesimus, how the Knights of Columbus are helping in the Amazon and Pope Francis’ praise of legumes, and some interesting Fat Tuesday traditions from around the world.
In Renovo (airing 7:06-7:38am ET), hear about how Christianity came to Anglo Saxon Britain.
In Popecast (airing 7:43-7:57am ET), hear about Pope St. Zosimus who was only in office a short time, but still managed to leave a mark that’s resounded through the ages in battling one of early Christianity’s most monumental heresies.
In the readings for today (airing 8:02-8:08am ET), hear the story of Noah in Genesis 6, Psalm 29, and Mark 8.
In Ask Christopher West (airing 8:08-8:40am ET), Christopher and Wendy answer questions about how to deal with revelations of a painful past, what Theology of the Body can tell us about evolution, and a possibly problematic Bruce Springsteen song.
In Saint Stories for Kids (airing 8:45-8:53am ET), hear about St. Thomas Aquinas who knew what God was calling him to do even though it wasn’t what his family wanted.
In Let Love (airing 8:56-9:33am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV speak about what it means to be mothers and fathers in the image of God’s own love, how we can let Love flourish us in our call to bring spiritual life to others.
In Messy Family Podcast (airing 9:40-10:05am ET), Mike and Alicia talk about how Lent can be a time for us to really invest in prayer, fasting, and mercy to help us grow in our vocations.
In Pints with Aquinas (airing 10:47-12:07pm ET), Matt Fradd talks to Jonathan Pageau about how porn isn’t art, it’s an idol; and how icons aren’t porn! We also talk about art, the COVID lockdowns, and more.
In The Word on Fire Show (airing 12:10-12:40pm ET), Bishop Barron talks to students from Princeton University in a virtual Q&A about God, faith, reason, and evangelization.
In Today’s Teenager (airing 12:43-1:00pm ET), Roy shares strategies and insights that will help you to discuss the importance of setting and respecting boundaries with teens.