The Feast of St. Gregory the Great

Greetings!  Today is a cloudy day, but a sunny afternoon is predicted.  The trees are starting to bud, the flowers are springing up, and I cannot wait for Spring to arrive!  Now that we have switched the clocks and we have a little more daylight in the evenings I’m beginning to be able to get outside a bit more following my workday. 

The first big news this month is the 2020 Spring Radiothon.  Your support is very important!  We really need YOU, please help us as we bring you solid Catholic programming every day.  Think about what you can do to support the apostolate.  We really need your support!

And you may have heard already, but I am so excited to share with you a project that we have had in our plans for a very long time.  Beginning April 6th we will have our first live, local, daily morning show!!!  The talented and inspiring Adam Wright will be the host from 7 – 8 a.m. Monday through Friday.  Please tune in and let others know about it.  There isn’t anything like it on air and we want you to listen.  The goal of the new program is to make us all great saints!  What could be better than that?  Tune in for Roadmap to Heaven starting Monday, April 6 for your daily commute to the Promised Land!

How is your Lent?  Are you joining in the 54-day rosary novena?  On March 30th I’m also beginning the 33-day Consecration to St. Joseph.  It will end on May 1 which is the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and is also the 23rd anniversary of Covenant Network’s very first broadcast on AM 1080 WRYT.  I would love to have you join me in prayer.  Keep praying!

Finally, I want to encourage you to keep listening, keep praying, and to invite others to listen to Covenant Network.  I will be keeping you in my prayers during Holy Week and Easter!  I wish you a very blessed and Happy Easter!

Sincerely in Christ,

Teresa M. Holman

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