• Global outcry saves Latin news show broadcast from Finland

    Global outcry saves Latin news show broadcast from Finland

    • Dec 29, 2017

    By broadcasting radio news in Latin, “Finland has done something that had earlier been experimented with only in the Vatican in the 1930s,” wrote Latin professors Christian Laes from the University of Antwerp and Dirk Sacre from the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium in an op-ed article published recently in Finland’s leading daily, Helsingin Sanomat.

  • Blessed Oscar Romero continues to inspire listeners through radio

    Blessed Oscar Romero continues to inspire listeners through radio

    • Dec 15, 2017

    Reopened in 2015, a radio station in El Salvador has set itself one purpose: to keep Blessed Oscar Romero alive. Every weekday, at 1 p.m., the late archbishop’s voice reverberates again through the speakers and draws radio listeners from all over the world.

  • Faith, hope, community: Catholic radio at work in the Philippines

    Faith, hope, community: Catholic radio at work in the Philippines

    • Nov 8, 2017

    The Catholic Media Network in the Philippines serves radio stations across the nation, and provides other news and information, plus music and children’s programming. Programming topics include agriculture, the environment, family issues, daily life, and youth-focused discussions. “Our best and most popular radio shows are the Mass and the liturgy,” said Father Francis Lucas, the network’s president.