A. You can see a map of the coverage area by here
A. Catholic radio offers programming from a Catholic perspective that isn’t available on the other stations.
A. Catholic radio offers a variety of programs targeted to Catholics and non-Catholics. The core programming by its nature is Catholic and will attract a Catholic audience. However, research shows that many of the programs attract a general audience and becomes a tool for evangelization.
A. The station offers programming twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
A. The station is listener-supported with partial funding through underwriting sponsors.
A. First, please pray for us that the Lord will grant us success in the attainment of our mission. Also, please consider supporting us financially (for more details, please click here).
A. The operators of the station work in concert with the Church to ensure all programming is in line with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
Q. The programming comes mostly through EWTN, the Catholic broadcasting network based in Alabama. How does that relate to the local market?
A. The Catholic Church is worldwide and our teachings are universally the same. Whether it comes from Alabama, Australia or Indiana, the message will always be consistent.
A. The range of programming spans all aspects of our Catholic faith. The topics may include prayer, catechesis, apologetics, current events, testimonials and many more. The majority of content is talk based.
A. There is no program dedicated solely to news. A popular live call-in show, “The World Over” includes news from the Vatican and national Catholic news for the week, every Friday evening.
A. Underwriting will play a part in the funding of our station. As a not-for-profit station we will not be accepting advertising and will rely on businesses, organizations and individuals in the Catholic community to help fund and underwrite the messaging of the station. For additional information please contact us to learn more.
A. The Diocese of Owensboro already has a wide spectrum of ministries that must be supported. This is especially true in service to the poor and underprivileged. Financial and human resources are already stretched to the maximum. We have chosen not to ask for financial support.