With technology what it is today, anyone can have a ‘radio’ show. If you’ve got interesting things to say or interesting people to ask, this is an amazing way to share your Catholic identity with the world in a time when it’s desperately needed. Here are the nominees. 

URL: wordonfireshow.com

Bishop Barron's weekly dialog, usually with Brandon Vogt as co-host.

URL: threedogsnorth.com

Three Dogs North are Juice, C-Bisc, and Michael Metz. Topics are carelessly selected and poorly researched. The strength of the project lies in the fact that there is no way of knowing its audience. So please come in, grab a seat, and enjoy. 

URL: lifeteen.com/media/podcast/sunday-sunday-sunday-podcast-mark-hart

A reflection on the weekly mass readings from Mark Hart, the Bible geek.

URL: pintswithaquinas.com

If you could sit down with St. Thomas Aquinas over a pint of beer and ask him any one question, what would it be? Every episode of Pints With Aquinas addresses a question St. Thomas answers in his most famous work, the Summa Theologica.

URL: jenniferfulwiler.com

"Join me on SiriusXM channel 129 LIVE every weekday at 2:00 PM ET as I share my take on pop culture and current events from my perspective as a former atheist, self-professed nerd, and mother of six who can barely deal with life."

URL: catholicstuffpodcast.com

URL: catholiccreatives.org/podcast

"We believe that the greatest force of evangelization and social change in our world is beauty. We believe that Catholicism is the most beautiful framework for understanding and expressing the human experience. We do not have to be working for the Church to express that narrative powerfully, we just need to pursue our craft with excellence. Anything less compromises our passion, erodes our credibility, and dulls the vibrancy of our Catholic vision."

URL: catholic.com/focus

"Catholic Answers Focus highlights in-depth conversations with Catholic leaders, newsmakers, and unsung heroes of faith. With a wide array of topics and guests, and compelling commentary on current events, Catholic Answers Focus has something for everyone."

URL: layevangelist.com/catchingfoxes

"We are two friends from college who were trying to come up with a reason to keep talking to each other. One day I thought, 'Let's do a podcast' And then Luke decided to be all awesome and agree. So here's a show, about half an hour to one hour long, where we discuss topics that are relevant to us. Hopefully you'll like it too, but that's only secondary."

URL: matthewsleonard.com/podcast-2

Matthew Leonard’s weekly podcast about the Catholic spiritual life. Hhe talks about all kinds of aspects and issues of the faith, oftentimes interviewing authors on incredibly diverse topics from around the Catholic universe.