With certain fear that this may turn out to be an autobiography, let me relate how Radio Maria started in the Philippines During the years ... See more of my theology studies in rome between the years 1994 and 1997, I had often heard of the existence of Radio Maria. I happen to first listen to Radio Maria when I visited one family who happen to be joining the Liturgy of the Hours being prayed on-air. I never thought then that I would be part of the vast family of Radio Maria.

99.7 FM ( TARLAC) ; 101.5 FM ( CAGAYAN); 102.1 FM ( ISABELA) ; http://radiomaria.ph/listen (online)

Bringing Christ into your Home!

Radio Maria is a fruit of the response to the call of Pope John Paul II to use the Mass Media as a means of evangelization. By “evangelization,” Radio Maria aims to bring Christ into every home, communicating peace, joy and comfort to its listeners particularly the sick, the imprisoned, the lonely, and the neglected. We also aim to be a school of formation for all generations with special care for... the youth. This is through the collaboration of the clergy, religious and lay people. Radio Maria is funded from the donations of its listeners. It is managed and operated by volunteers under the Directorship of a priest with the approval of the Bishop where the station is located. The Priest-Director ensures that sound Catholic teaching is broadcast over Radio Maria. Radio Maria originated from Italy where it was founded in 1983. From this emerged the World Family of Radio Maria Association based in Varese, Italy. Each member station, bound by one mission and one charism, while committed to helping each other, is independent of each other and should be self-sufficient. Radio Maria Philippines started airing on February 11, 2002. At present it can be heard over 99.7FM in the province of Tarlac and some parts of Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Pangasinan, La Union, Nueva Vizcaya, Zambales and Aurora, 101.5 FM in Cagayan and 102.1 FM in Isabela. Radio Maria can be heard throughout the world via audio streaming through the internet at www.radiomaria.ph and www.radiomaria.org. Radio Maria seeks to be close to its listeners by being interactive with them participating by voice call over the phone or by SMS messages and e-mail. Being a non-commercial and non-profit organization, Radio Maria Philippines relies mostly on the help of listeners and other benefactors through coin banks and donations deposited to designated banks. While our benefactors are mostly the poor and the sick who themselves are in great need, it is Radio Maria’s conviction to save on the cost of operations without sacrificing the mission. This is the reason why we seek the help of those who would willingly take part, providing for some particular needs, “giving without expecting anything in return." May our Lord God and Mama Mary bless you and touch your hearts to come and take part in this mission. Thank you for your help and assistance. For donations, please deposit to "Radio Maria Foundation, Inc." Banco de Oro: 0297-08814-9 Unionbank: 201-0-3000-1460 Metrobank (Peso): 102-3102-29223-6 Metrobank (Foreign currency): 102-2102-00660-1 See More

06/02/2011

Sunrise Subdivision, 2300 Maliwalo, Tarlac, Philippines

+63 (45) 982-1792 / +63 (45) 982- 1910

info.phi@radiomaria.org

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