In today’s Refill:

Hear about St. Angela of the Cross and St. Agnes of Bohemia, plus the latest about Pope Francis’ Iraq trip and the new COVID relief bill, and some ideas for Lent with kids.

In Renovo (airing 7:06-7:34am ET), Doug Tooke does a deep dive on what kinds of heresies were brewing in the Middle Ages and what kinds of things did the Church do that caused them to mature.

In Being Human (airing 7:40-8:00am ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks about the foundation and benefits of healthy and effective dialogue.

In the readings for today (airing 8:04-8:09am ET), hear from Isaiah 1, Psalm 50, and Matthew 23.

In Ask Christopher West (airing 8:09-8:36am ET), Christopher and Wendy answer questions about kissing Mary, the difference between repressing something and self-discipline, and recommendations of books about Theology of the Body.

In Let Love (airing 8:42-9:20am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV talk about talking – what it means to communicate ourselves and to receive others, and how we can let Love fill and transform our dialogue, communication, and conversations (even hard conversations).

In Popecast (airing 9:23-9:35am ET), hear about Pope John IX who said putting a corpse on trial is bad.

In Catholic Sprouts (airing 9:35-9:42am ET), Nancy Bandzuch explains the ultimate goal of Lent for kids.

In They That Hope (airing 9:47-10:23am ET), Fr. Dave Pivonka and Bob Rice talk about the Mars landing, Franciscan households, and love for the Pope and the Church.

In Messy Family Podcast (airing 10:26-11:28am ET), Mike and Alicia Hernon talk about the virtue of discipline and how to encourage obedience in children.

In Pints with Aquinas (airing 11:33-12:11pm ET), Matt Fradd takes a look at what Aquinas has to say about the limits of philosophy and the necessity of revelation for our salvation.

In The Word on Fire Show (airing 12:14-12:41pm ET), it’s the second part of Bishop Robert Barron’s Q&A with students from Princeton University.

In Today’s Teenager (airing 12:44-1:00pm ET), Roy Petifils answers a question from a parent: “How do I get my teen to do what they don’t want to do?”