Results from Tag: 'mother angelica'
Spurred on by stories from prisoners who found hope amid darkness listening to Catholic radio, Len Oswald shares providential moments leading EWTN Radio’s largest affiliate for 27 years, as the Guadalupe Radio Network continues to grow and inspire listeners.
Happy Birthday to Mother Angelica! On April 20, Mother Mary Angelica, the nun who created the world’s largest Catholic media network, would have turned 100 years old. EWTN Global Catholic Television Network’s founder, who died in 2016, has had a profound impact on Catholics in the United States and around the world. Today on Register Radio, Father Joseph Mary shares stories of Mother Angelica’s great trust and how that continues to impact EWTN’s work. Then the Register’s Digital Managing Editor, Alyssa Murphy, brings us stories from listeners and readers who have been touched by Mother.
‘Your plans, your projects, your dreams have to always be bigger than you, so God has room to operate ...’
Today, the Mother Angelica Museum offers a self-guided tour of some of the notable places in Canton associated with her life and attracts pilgrims from around the country.
Reflecting on Mother Angelica and the network, CEO and chairman Michael Warsaw said, ‘It’s the centrality of the Eucharist... It’s what grounds us. It’s what makes us who we are…’
‘Give Myself To Jesus’: Bishop Raica Recalls Mother Angelica’s Dying Words at Mass Celebrating EWTN Foundress’ 100th Birthday
‘My friends, on this centenary of Mother’s birth… we gather in grateful appreciation for this amazing religious woman who with the love of Christ in her heart, and intrepid apostolic zeal, sought to share the saving message of Christ to the world.’