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Radio Maria builds hope through daily broadcasts

During the current Coronavirus crisis, Catholics can hear a daily Mass through the Cambridge-based station Radio Maria

Radio Maria is also strengthening faith by daily broadcasts of the Holy Rosary, in which listeners are invited to participate. In addition to Church liturgy, the station provides teaching and catechesis covering faith and social issues, programmes focusing on human and social development, and news from across the world.

Radio Maria England is a non-commercial station without advertising which is supported by those who believe in its mission. As a private initiative within the Catholic Church, it seeks to offer its listeners an opportunity to pray, to learn and to celebrate with the Church. 

Radio Maria is defined by five essential characteristics: Marian Spirituality; conformity to the teaching of the Catholic Church; a missionary Spirit; trust in divine providence; and finally, a dependence on the gifts and support of volunteers.

Radio Maria UK is led by the Diocese of East Anglia priest Rev Dr Sam Randall. You can find out how to listen on DAB Radio in Cambridgeshire and via a smartphone app, iTunes and online everywhere else at: https://radiomariaengland.uk/ 

You can contact the Radio Maria office on:

Radio Maria England, Lincoln House, The Paddocks Business Centre, Cherry Hinton Road, CAMBRIDGE, CB1 8DH