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Register Radio shines the truth of the Gospel on the events of the day to equip Catholics with the insight and encouragement necessary to engage the culture for Christ. Hosted by the Register’s Editor in Chief Jeanette De Melo, Register Radio airs on Saturdays at 7pm Eastern with an encores at 11am Eastern on Sundays. This is a weekly half-hour show provided by the National Catholic Register and EWTN. The show airs on more than 300 EWTN AM & FM affiliates across the U.S., as well as on SiriusXM Satellite Radio (channel 130) and on Sky (our European broadcast); and around the world on web stream through www.ewtn.com/radio, via mobile devices (EWTN, iHeart and TuneIn free apps) and our EWTN Shortwave Radio signal traveling the globe.

Sept. 3, 2016 Edward Pentin on Mother Teresa's Successor/ Joan Desmond on New Gender Study

She saw Jesus in everyone. That's what Mother Teresa's successor says about her. This week on Register Radio Jeanette DeMelo and Matthew Bunson hear from Edward Pentin about his interview with the...READ MORE

Aug. 27, 2016 - Annual Catholic Identity College Guide/ Msgr. Charles Pope on Comfort Catholicism

Which Catholic colleges celebrate their authentic Catholic identity? The Register has the answers. This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo, Matthew Bunson and Joe Pronechen take an indepth look...READ MORE

Aug. 20, 2016 - California Christian Colleges Win/ Steve Greydanus on Ben Hur

As the school year approaches, California Christian Colleges were recently saved from serious religious liberty threat. On Register Radio, hosts Jeanette DeMelo and Matthew Bunson together with...READ MORE

Aug. 13, 2016 -  Religious Liberty in 2016 Election Cycle/ A Novena for our Nation

This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo, Matthew Bunson and Joan Frawley Desmond explore the topics of tolerance and religious freedom in the context of the 2016 presidential election. Then...READ MORE

August 6, 2016 -  Edward Pentin's WYD Report/ Dominican Fr. Brian Mullady on St. Dominic

On Register Radio this week hosts Jeanette De Melo and Matthew Bunson look back with Edward Pentin at World Youth Day in Poland and look ahead to what's coming at the Vatican.  Then Jeanette and...READ MORE

July 30, 2016 - DNC Coverage/  World Youth Day

This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo discusses the Democratic National Convention with Register Senior Editor Matthew Bunson, who reported from the ground in Philadelphia. Then Jeanette looks...READ MORE

July 23, 2016 - RNC Coverage/ Pary Platforms and Catholic Teaching

On Register Radio Jeanette De Melo looks at highlights from the Republican National Convention with Register Senior Editor Matthew Bunson, who reported from Cleveland this week. And Jeanette and...READ MORE

July 17, 2016 Preview of World Youth Day/ Summer Films

As Poland-bound pilgrims are packing for World Youth Day 2016, on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and blogger Carrie Greiss, preview what they'll find as they encounter Pope Francis in St. John Paul II's homeland. Then Jeanette and film critic Steven Greydanus take a look at summer films. » READ MORE

July 9, 2016   Saving the North American Martyrs Shrine/ Ad Orientum Liturgy

How did a bishop, volunteers and benefactors save the Shrine of the North American Martyrs? This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and reporter Peter Jesserer Smith take a look at efforts to reopen the sacred grounds in Auriesville, New York. Also, Jeanette and liturgist Christopher Carstens reexamine the theme of liturgical renewal, following a cue from Cardinal Robert Sarah. » READ MORE

July 2, 2016 Edward Pentin on Pope's Armenia Trip/ Mary Eberstadt on Anti-Christian Trends

Pope Francis talked about Genocide, Brexit, and Apologies during his flight interview last Sunday. And this week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Edward Pentin, who accompanied the Holy Father to Armenia, discuss the trip and what exactly the Pope said. Then Jeanette and author Mary Eberstadt look at secularism's growing intolerance for Christianity. » READ MORE

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