The Feast of St. Lucy

Greetings! We are almost at the end of another year. Can you believe how quickly 2018 has gone by? This year seemed like I could never catch up, I have been going full speed, with a few lovely breaks, and looking towards the new year trying to figure if that is my new normal or if I need to make some changes. It has been a good year.

I hope you have a beautiful Christmas! Stay tuned to Covenant Network as we begin Christmas with the music of these holy days. Make us your Christmas music station. We will bring you the best Christmas music and programs to fill your heart and home with the beauty of the greatest gift we have been given and will ever receive.

We move ahead to 2019 with much to be thankful for and likely even more to pray about. I encourage you to pray a daily rosary and include in your intentions the Church and our country, and for a greater yearning for knowledge of the Faith. We have so many Catholics who do not know the Faith, please encourage them to listen to Catholic radio. I was recently with a friend who shared that she used to listen to other stations but after switching to Catholic radio she realized how gradually she was slipping away from her steadfastness for the Truth. She is now a devoted listener who is faithful to helping others live a truly Catholic life. The world and media affect us if we are not faithful to everything the Church has held true from her beginning. Know the Faith, Love the Faith, Live the Faith!

In January of 2019 everyone who made a contribution to Covenant Network in 2018 will receive a statement of contributions in the mail. Covenant Network is a 501c3 non-profit organization, donations are tax deductible. You can make a donation to help this apostolate share the Faith by mail, by phone, or by donating online at ourcatholicradio.org. Donations by mail must be postmarked by Dec. 31 to be accounted for 2018.

Finally, I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas! Don’t forget to celebrate the entire season. We spend a month of Advent preparing for Christmas, we should be celebrating His Nativity at least as long.

Merry Christmas and a Blessed and Happy New Year!

Sincerely in Christ,

Teresa M. Holman

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