What is Catholic radio

"Radio offers perhaps the closest equivalent today of what Jesus was able to do with large groups through His preaching. Radio is an intimate medium, which can reach people on the street, in their cars or in their homes."
–Pope John Paul II

The faithful in South Carolina brought Catholic radio programming to the stateTired of listening to programs promoted by the culture of death? How about trashy music with bad language? Take control of the radio dial with Catholic radio. It's part of a growing movement to rebuild the cultural, moral and spiritual underpinning of our society.

The Catholic Radio Association was formed in 1999 to serve as the trade organization for the growing number of stations. Learn more about this organization.

You can also learn more about helping the important ministry of Catholic radio by visiting the EWTN Web site.

Here are a few of the newest stations to the U.S. Catholic radio movement:

  • KPHA 91.3 FM Bismarck, ND
  • WOPG 89.9 FM Schenectady / Utica, NY
  • WQOM 1060 AM Boston, MA

  • WSJE 91.3 FM Summersville, WV
  • WNGL 1410 AM Mobile, AL
  • WNOC 89.7 FM Toledo, OH

  • KEDC 88.5 FM Bryan/College Station, TX
  • WJTA 88.9 FM Leipsic, OH

Important links
EWTN
Catholic Answers
Ave Maria Radio
Relevant Radio
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