St. Gabriel Radio not only broadcasts quality programming put out by stations like EWTN, but we also broadcast programs we produce ourselves or in partnership with other stations. Here’s a listing and times you can enjoy them on air. You can also find each of these programs in our archives on our website or in our app.
Have you heard our newest show? Messages of Hope with Fr. Stash Dailey, gives you just in a inspiration packed 12 minutes every weekday afternoon at 4:45pm.
Abiding in Hope: Saturday 11 AM, Sunday 3 PM.
Catholic therapist Mary Ann Jepsen, MACPC, LPCC and Fr. John Sims Baker, JD, MDiv (Nashville), share practical insights on hope, joy, growth, and redemption: Why you need them and how to find them. Listener questions are welcome. Show is a co-production of St. Gabriel Radio and St. Rose of Lima Radio, in Murfreesboro, TN.
Alive for More: Saturday, 7 AM, Sunday 3:30 PM.
Fr. Nic Ventura, Tricia Kasson, Kayla Walton, and Joel Yarmesch dialogue with Catholic young adults to encourage and inspire the universal call for holiness.
Answering the Call: Saturday 12:30 PM, Sunday 12:30 PM.
Elizabeth Ficocelli hosts this show offering a glimpse into the spiritual journey of priests, deacons, and religious in the Diocese of Columbus.
Beyond Damascus: Saturday 8 PM, Sunday 5 PM.
Dan Dematte and Aaron Richards co-host a show that brings you life-changing encounters of ordinary people that launch them in to lives of extraordinary mission. A co-production of St. Gabriel Catholic Radio and EWTN Radio.
Bishop Brennan: In our archives.
Special event recordings of His Excellency, Bishop Robert Brennan, Bishop of the Diocese of Columbus, Ohio.
Catechesis from the Cathedral: In our archives.
Fr. Adam Streitenberger takes us on a tour of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Recorded at St. Joseph Cathedral in Columbus, Ohio.
Conversations On Discipleship: Weekdays at 8 AM.
Hosted by Fr. Adam Streitenberger. Discussions among sincere Catholics on how to follow Jesus Christ.
Damascus Daily Prayer Lab: Weekdays at 8:14 AM.
Missionaries with the Damascus Catholic Mission Campus Daily Scriptures reflections.
Dominican Dimensions: Saturday 12 PM, Sunday 12 PM.
A half hour of lively discussion about Catholic issues from a Dominican perspective featuring the friars from St. Patrick Church in Columbus, Ohio.
Family Sanctuary: Saturday 4 PM, Sunday 2 PM.
Peggy Hartshorn hosts a show that inspires living the Gospel message in word and deed within our families.
Foundations in Faith: Saturday 4:30 PM, Sunday 10 AM.
Msgr. Frank Lane offers insight into the readings heard at Mass.
Friday Morning Show: In our archives.
Hosts Katy Wyatt, of St. Gabriel’s Raising Saints, and Fr. Adam Streitenberger OFS, Bishop’s Coordinator of Evangelization, are passionate about sharing the faith and ideas about how to live it within your lives.
Life Perspectives: Third Saturday at 5:30 PM & Third Sunday at 4:30 PM
Host Gary Anderson shares Respect Life and Pro-Life news from around central Ohio.
Living the Catholic Life – Bishop Campbell: Tuesday at 5 PM.
Spiritual reflections from The Most Reverend Frederick F. Campbell, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Columbus.
Messages of Hope: Weekdays at 4:45 PM.
Fr. Stash Dailey offers daily messages of hope in each 12 minute episode.
Raising Saints: Sunday 1:30 PM.
Katy Wyatt discusses various topics with young adults in a show designed for Catholic parents who desire to raise the saints in their lives.
Sacred Heart Hour: First Friday of the Month at 8 AM.
Fr. Stash Dailey, and JoAnn and Chuck Wilson host an hour dedicated to the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus on the first Friday of every month.
Sacred Soundings: Sunday 9:30 AM, 2:30 PM and 9 PM.
Music to deepen your faith beyond measure, hosted by Al Romano.
The Seminarians: Saturday 11:30 AM, Sunday 1 PM.
A dialogue with students from the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio, to encourage and inspire vocations to the religious life.
Triumph: Third Saturday at 5 PM & Third Sunday at 4:30 PM
Sharing God’s Mercy in Post Abortion Healing with hosts Tim and Jo Welsh.