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In the Catholic Church, the word “saint” has two definitions. From the Latin, “sanctus”, “saint” (with a lower case “s”) means holy. All Christians are called to be saints. In […]

Today, Catholic radio is accessible in the United States and around the world by radio antenna, phone and tablet app, and online. Since it can be found quickly and listened […]

For many, the weekend has a routine that differs from the weekday. No matter if you are running errands, driving family members, exercising, or spending the weekend at home, Catholic […]

Holy Week is a time of transition in the liturgical calendar of the Catholic church. It is the movement from Lent to Easter in which the faithful reenact and participate […]

What Is A Rule Of Life?   A rule of life is not a mandate or law, but a spiritually-based daily routine that includes time for prayer, work, ministry, recreation, […]

There is much division and contention in the world today. We see it in families, communities, institutions, states, and countries. Although events happen among humanity, we need to examine current […]

Just as the season of Advent leads the faithful to Christmas, so does Lent prepare for Easter. Society has captured Christmas, swapping out Jesus with the commercialization of giving. In […]

All Catholics are called to be saints. For some the path of life leads to Sainthood with a capital “S” whereby after one’s death there are approved miracles indicating sanctity. […]

How can Catholic radio help you in the new year?   No matter what area of life, everyone likes a fresh start, to begin anew with a clean slate. Our […]

There are things we all take for granted without question, and the presence of Catholic radio across the airwaves is one of them. If you are driving across the country, […]

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