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Support Houston Catholic Radio, KSHJ 1430 AM
Support Houston Catholic Radio 1430 AM
The Guadalupe Radio Network has brought Catholic Radio to Houston.  KSHJ 1430 AM reaches over 5 million people in the metro Houston area.

Since Houston Catholic radio is still relatively new in the area, they need your help getting the word out, praying for their mission and supporting them financially, if possible.  

KSHJ 1430 am serves the people of the Houston metro area and the Catholic Church with the best inspiring, educational and faith filled Catholic programming available.  The mission of the Guadalupe Radio Network is to assist in drawing all people to the knowledge and love of Jesus and His Church through the medium of Catholic Radio, in full accord with the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. You can tune in throughout the week to hear the best of EWTN radio  and live Catholic programming.  

This week, the Guadalupe Radio Network is hosting their fall Share-A-Thon to raise awareness about their 21 Catholic radio stations in Texas, New Mexico and Washington DC.   They are seeking an Army of Angels to help support this Catholic radio network.  

If you can help, please call 800-476-3311 or visit the GRN Share-A-Thon website for giving levels and to donate online.  

Will you take a moment to help us spread the word about Houston Catholic Radio and the rest of the Guadalupe Radio Network?  

We invite you to pin the image above on Pinterest, share on Facebook, tweet or call a friend to ask them to pray for the success of the network and their share-a-thon.  Tune into 1430 am on your radio dial, listen online at grnonline.com or through the TuneIn Radio app on your phone or other device.  

My absolute favorite thing from 1430 AM is at 3 pm everyday.  1430 AM plays a beautiful version of the Divine Mercy Chaplet in song from EWTN at the hour of mercy.  Many days I find myself sitting in the kids' school carpool line praying and singing along with the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Today, when I pray at 3 pm, I'll be praying for the continued success and support of Houston Catholic Radio.   Will you join me?

 

 

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