Mother Angelica may be best known for starting a Catholic television network, but her launch of shortwave radio on Dec. 28, 1992, has also held its own in the work of the New Evangelization. EWTN Radio has seen tremendous growth, with 215 stations now on the air and new projects in the works.
For the 20th anniversary of EWTN Radio, David Vacheresse, general manager of EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network, spoke with Register senior writer Tim Drake about the radio network’s past, present and future.
What was Mother Angelica’s inspiration for launching EWTN Radio?
In the control room at EWTN Radio, there is a large sign that hangs over all the equipment which says, “Then I saw...READ MORE