In today’s Refill:
Hear about St. Frances of Rome, how Servant of God Fr. Emil Kapaun’s body was found and Minneapolis’ archbishop is praying ahead of Derek Chauvin’s trial, and tips for Confession from priests around the country.
In Renovo (airing 7:06-7:31am ET), hear about why the Roman empire mattered and how the Church rose from its ashes.
In Being Human (airing 7:37-7:51am ET), Dr. Greg Bottaro talks about the difference between mentorship and spiritual direction.
In Saint Stories for Kids (airing 7:51-7:55am ET), hear about St. Cuthbert who knew that God would always provide what he needed.
In the readings for today (airing 8:00-8:06am ET), hear from Deuteronomy 3, Psalm 25, ad Matthew 18.
In Ask Christopher West (airing 8:06-8:37am ET), Christopher and Wendy answer questions from a priest about how to talk about contraception, what dating couples should do about struggling with sin in their relationship, and religious vocation.
In Let Love (airing 8:43-9:29am ET), Sr. Mariae Agnus Dei, SV and Sr. Marie Veritas, SV talk about the incredible fact that we are, what healthy self-love looks like, and how we can let Love meet us in all our gifts and gaps.
In Morning Jolt (airing 9:22-9:37am ET), Sister Ignatia sits down with Sister Regina to talk about how to have a personal devotion to St. Joseph.
In Ten Thousand Places (airing 9:43-10:22am ET), hear about some of the historical reasons behind this and seeks to clarify the relationship between Catholicism as a relationship with God versus a purely cultural identity.
In Popecast (airing 10:25-10:37am ET), hear about St. John VIII who was one of the last solid pontiffs before perhaps the darkest time in the history of the papacy.
In Messy Family Podcast (airing 10:42-11:52am ET), Mike and Alicia talk with Fr. Jay Donahue about God’s vision for marriage.
In The Word on Fire Show (airing 11:55-12:33pm ET), Bishop Barron discusses questions about how our happiness can only be fully realized in cooperating with God’s will.
In Today’s Teenager (airing 12:36-1:00pm ET), Roy Petifils talks about how anxiety and fear manifest themselves in a parent’s desire to be ‘the perfect parent.’