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Teresa Tomeo at Marquette Women’s Conference – Pt. 1

April 27, 2013

Teresa Tomeo speaks at the Diocesan Women’s Conference held at St. Peter Cathedral in Marquette, Michigan.

Teresa Tomeo at Marquette Women’s Conference – Pt. 2

April 27, 2013

Teresa Tomeo speaks at the Diocesan Women’s Conference held at St. Peter Cathedral in Marquette, Michigan.

Dr. Ray Guarendi on Overcoming Anger

April 12, 2013

This series is about the spiritual and practical challenges of parenting in the 21st century. Join hosts Miki Hill (mother of 9) and Mary Hasson (mother of 7) and their special guest, clinical psychologist Dr. Ray Guarendi (father of 10) as they explore a wide range of issues facing today’s Catholic parents. Airs on Familyland Television Network. For more info., visit www.familyland.tv

Join the Cardinals and Ave Maria Radio in Prayer

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March 5, 2013

The College of Cardinals, meeting today for the 2nd day of the sede vacante period, have not yet set a date for their conclave to select a new Pope.

Briefing reporters after the morning meeting, Father Federico Lombardi, the director of the Vatican press office, said that the cardinals were evidently in “no rush” to proceed with the conclave. He pointed out that the cardinals’ congregation had chosen not to hold meeting on Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon, suggesting that this decision underlined their intention to proceed deliberately.

During the daily congregations, cardinals have spoken about the needs of the Continue Reading

Catholic Witness in a Nation Divided: Build the Church, Bless the Nation

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December 30, 2012

“Our problem isn’t in Washington; it’s in our parishes. Only if we first build the Church can we, will we, bless the nation.”

–Al Kresta

Al Kresta, host of the popular “Kresta in the Afternoon” broadcast on Catholic radio and President and CEO of Ave Maria Communications, is talking about the Catholic vote in the 2012 election. In November, according to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, forty percent of Mass-attending Catholics voted for President Obama, a self-identified champion of two intrinsic evils: (1) abortion, including partial-birth abortion; and (2) the redefinition of marriage.

Most elections don’t permit such black and white assessments. In this case, Continue Reading

Al Kresta on EWTN’s Bookmark

November 25, 2012

Doug Keck interviews Al Kresta on his book, Moments of Grace, co-authored with Nick Thomm, Executive Producer of Kresta in the Afternoon.

Teresa Tomeo on EWTN’s Bookmark

October 29, 2012

Doug Keck interviews Teresa on her new book, Wrapped Up. Teresa’s interview begins at the 13:00 minute mark.

Teresa Tomeo on Changing Images of Women in Society

October 7, 2012

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Teresa Tomeo talks about her book, Extreme Makeover.

Ave Maria Radio celebrates 15th year in Catholic broadcasting

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Catholic News Agency

August 24, 2012

Ann Arbor, Mich.- Defying the odds against success, the world’s largest producer of original English-language Catholic radio programming, Ave Maria Radio, is celebrating its 15th anniversary.

“Our Lady is surely pleased to lend her name to such a great mission!” EWTN Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Doug Keck said in light of the anniversary.

Keck said he and everyone at EWTN want to congratulate the “faith-filled professionals” of Ave Maria Radio for their “’Fiat’ to the work of Catholic media evangelization.

In 1997, Tom Monaghan, founder of Domino’s Pizza and former owner Continue Reading

Ave Maria Radio flourishes despite odds – including flesh-eating bacteria

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The Integrated Catholic LIfe

August 24, 2012

By Patti Maguire Armsrong

Fifteen years after the switch was flipped on at 1290 AM, WDEO (“DEO” is Latin for God) in Ann Arbor, MI, Ave Maria Radio is still leading the charge in Catholic Radio.

In 1996, Mother Angelica, the foundress of EWTN, the world’s largest religious network, offered programming to any Catholic radio station. Ave Maria was the first to accept the offer. It was an appeal to become a missionary because the field lacked a Catholic presence. Radio was either secular or Protestant Christian in 1996, although there were “Catholic Hours” on other stations and Continue Reading

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