This week is Summer’s last hurrah, we are supposed to have temperatures in the mid90s. We have had some glimpses of Autumn weather and I’m really looking forward to their return. One of the trees outside our building is already showing some Fall color, I hope we have another beautiful season.
We are happy to announce a new 24-hour FM signal in the St. Louis area that covers much of St. Louis and Jefferson Counties! Check out 96.7 FM while you are traveling around.
The Radiothon will soon be here! If you are interested in helping my first request is for prayer. Through the grace that we have received from Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament the mission of this apostolate is simply to evangelize the Catholic faith primarily through radio. Would you offer a Holy Hour or Mass for Covenant Network and all the listeners? Rosaries and any other prayers are always appreciated as well.
Over the years we have been the beneficiaries of some delicious, fortifying meals during the radiothons. If you would be interested in providing anything for breakfast, lunch, or snacks please give me a call or email me at email@example.com. The staff and volunteers really appreciate anything!
This month is dedicated to the Holy Rosary. Pray it every day! Please pray for the Church, our priests, and our country. We have added an option to listen and pray the rosary on the Covenant Network App. You can scroll through to choose which mysteries you want to pray.
Catholic radio is especially important as a faithful, faith-filled opportunity to hear God’s Word, to know His Church, and to help us keep our lives centered on Him. Listen and learn so that you can better help others see Christ in you and be drawn to the Faith. Listening will also help you be able to give a better defense of the Faith when you are called to share with someone.
I hope you will be tuning in to listen, we have a great group of people who will be on air starting bright and early Monday, October 1 through Friday the 5th.
Please prayerfully consider supporting Covenant Network. We need your help.
Sincerely in Christ,
Teresa M. Holman