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Ave Maria Radio's Online Only Drive! Donate Now!

Each year, February and June have traditionally been slow times for new pledges for Ave Maria Radio.  In order to remedy this, please consider making a new pledge during our June Online Only Membership Campaign. Whether you have never been a member, or have become a lapsed member, now is the time to join with Ave Maria Radio in the New Evangelization for Jesus and His Church.

Your membership gift will not only help spread the Good News that Jesus Christ loves each and every one of us, but it will also help Ave Maria Radio to continue producing the best Catholic radio programming in the English speaking world.  Act now. Click the donate button, become a partner in the New Evangelization and help save souls for heaven.

4:00 – How to Go from Being a Good Evangelical to a Committed Catholic in Ninety-Five Difficult Steps
American evangelicalism has recently experienced a new openness to Roman Catholicism, and many evangelicals, both famous and ordinary, have joined the Catholic Church or are considering the possibility. Christian Smith is here to help sort out the kinds of concerns that typically come up when Evangelicals discern whether to enter into the full communion of the Catholic Church. In simple language, it explains many theological misunderstandings that evangelicals often have about Roman Catholicism, and suggests the kind of practical steps many take to enter the Catholic Church. He speaks first-hand as an Evangelical-turned-Catholic.
5:00 – A Heart for Freedom: The Remarkable Journey of a Young Dissident, Her Daring Escape, and Her Quest to Free China’s Daughters
More than twenty years ago, Chai Ling led the protesters at Tiananmen Square and became China’s most-wanted female fugitive. Today, she’s finally telling her astonishing story. Though haunted by memories of the horrifying massacre at Tiananmen and her underground escape from China in a cargo box, Ling threw herself into pursuing the American dream. She completed Ivy League degrees, found love, and became a highly successful entrepreneur. Yet her longing for true freedom, purpose, and peace remained unfulfilled. Years after Tiananmen, she was still searching to find meaning in all the violence, fear, and tragedy she’d endured. She is here to tell her tale of passion, political turmoil, and spiritual awakening . . . and the inspirational true story of a woman who has dedicated everything to giving people in China their chance at a future. 

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