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Catholic Answers Live
Catholic Answers LIVE is a daily, call-in radio program of Catholic apologetics and evangelization airing live from 6-8 pm ET.
EWTN Open Line
Mondays: John Martignoni (Apologetics); Tuesdays: Barbara McGuigan (Chastity/Pro-life issues); Wednesdays: Fr. Mitch Pacwa (Bible and Church History); Thursdays: Patrick Madrid (Church and the World); Fridays: Colin Donovan (Catholic Theology)
The Journey Home (Encore)
This exciting call-in show examines why so many people, including fallen away Catholics and individuals from other denominations, are being drawn home to the Catholic Church. Host Marcus Grodi and his special guests discuss their personal conversion...
Threshold of Hope
This program teaches the core of the Encyclicals of Pope John Paul II.
The Angelus is a Christian devotion in memory of the Incarnation. The name Angelus is derived from the opening words: Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ and is practised by reciting as versicle and response three Biblical verses describing the mystery;...
Catholic Evidence Guild Radio Show
Divine Mercy Chaplet
This is a contemporary, fresh version of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy - a prayer that pleads God's mercy on the whole world.
The word Rosary means "Crown of Roses". Our Lady has revealed to several people that each time they say a Hail Mary they are giving her a beautiful rose and that each complete Rosary makes her a crown of roses. The rose is the queen of flowers, and so...
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
Jazz Hour packs classics, standards and contemporary music into one hour a day with a style for everyone.
Life on the Rock
Talk over the joys and challenges of being young and Christian in today's secular world with Doug Barry, Fr. Mark and their dynamic guests. People of all ages will be encouraged by this lively and live call-in show and the musical guests who offer...
Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen may be best known for his 50s television program, Life is Worth Living. He was also bishop of Rochester and later archbishop of New York. In 2002, the cause for his canonization was officially opened.
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