Sandra McDevitt

Sandra McDevitt has been producing Catholic radio since 1992, beginning with “The Catholic Broadcast,” the first Catholic program to air in the Ann Arbor area. EWTN Radio ran the show from 1998-2002. She is a graduate of Concordia University with a degree in Human Resources and English. She and her husband John opened St. Michael’s Academy in 1990 which grew into the Spiritus Sanctus Academies. Sandra wrote numerous articles on Catholic culture for, “Credo,” a Catholic newspaper which served southeastern Michigan. Currently she is working on, “Moments in Catholic History,” written vignettes into our Catholic past. Sandra is the proud mother of five children and three grandchildren.

Program Details:

Times: Monday - Friday: 6:15-6:30 am EST

Call-in Phone: n/a

“Stories from the Heart” is a daily radio program featuring uplifting Catholic inspirational stories meant to bring the heart and soul closer to God. They are enjoyed by children and adults alike and span the late 1800’s to the present day. Keep your tissues nearby when listening to these heartwarming stories!

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Sandra McDevitt's Latest Programs

  • Stories from the Heart – September 22, 2017: The Badge of the Sacred Heart

    • Program #: 642
  • Stories from the Heart – September 21, 2017: My Baby

    • Program #: 641
  • Stories from the Heart – September 20, 2017: Angel’s Feathers

    • Program #: 1043
  • Stories from the Heart – September 19, 2017: His Mother’s Rosary

    • Program #: 640
  • Stories from the Heart – September 18, 2017: The Promise

    • Program #: 639
  • Stories from the Heart – September 15, 2017: Escape from Tehran

    • Program #: 1042
  • Stories from the Heart – September 14, 2017: Threshold Dwellers

    • Program #: 638
  • Stories from the Heart – September 13, 2017: Blessed Germaine Cousin

    • Program #: 1041
  • Stories from the Heart – September 12, 2017: The Story of a Wronged Priest

    • Program #: 637
  • Stories from the Heart – September 11, 2017: Mistress or Maid

    • Program #: 636