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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
'Rock star' Pope steals limelight
"There's no question Francis will be the star of the show when he's in town," John L Allen, author of Against the Tide: The Radical Leadership of Pope Francis said in an interview. "Anyone else will be on the B-list. Princess Diana, maybe, could have rivalled him when she was alive. It's a short list and Xi is not on it.

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Pope Francis makes historic address to U.S. Congress – Video
Pope Francis on Thursday (24th September) made history by becoming the first Pope ever to address a joint session of the United States Congress, Radio Vatican reports. In his wide-ranging address that was frequently interrupted by applause, the Pope touched on many themes including the need for....

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Pope Francis on Climate Change: Some Questions
For the many of us--clergy and laypeople, academics and plain citizens, in the U.S. and throughout the world--who for decades have been saying that the environmental crisis calls for a religious perspective and an activist religious response Pope Francis' bold words are a wonderfully welcome addition.

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New Zealand Deports World’s First ‘Climate Change Refugee’
“While Kiribati undoubtedly faces challenges, Mr. Teitiota does not, if returned face ‘serious harm,'” the court ruled . “There is no evidence that the government of Kiribati is failing to take steps to protect its citizens from the effects of environmental degradation, to the extent that it can.

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Pope Francis Pushes U.S. Congress On Immigration, Climate Change, Death Penalty
. September 24, 2015 by Mike Eckel. WASHINGTON -- Pope Francis praised the United States as a land of liberty and opportunity, but also gently reprimanded the country, calling on lawmakers to abolish the death penalty, be more inclusive of immigrants, and do more to combat climate change.

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'Green News Report' - September 24, 2015
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Pope Francis delivers morality and climate change message at the White House and in historic address to U.S. Congress; Eleven House Republicans call for climate action; Fortune 500 companies pledge to go 100% renewable; PLUS: Better late than never: Hillary Clinton finally announces her position on the Keystone XL pipeline.

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How Un-Luxurious Is Pope Francis, Compared to His Predecessors?
Popes have long been associated with fine living for centuries; one past pontiff reportedly died after overindulging in too much melon , while another sold sin-forgiving indulgences to help pay for treats like his pet white elephant . Today, Vatican City even has its own tax-free, three story luxury goods store—known discreetly simply as the .

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AZ/DC Meluskey airs TV ad in challenge to McCain Meluskey airs TV ad in challenge to McCain Republican U.S. Senate candidate Alex Meluskey, a political newcomer, is relying on his own money to fund his campaign. AZ/DC 4 days, 18 hours ago Political Inside
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Alex Meluskey introduced himself to Arizona voters on Wednesday in a dramatic way, paying to run a television campaign commercial four times in the Phoenix and Tucson markets during Wednesday's much-watched GOP presidential debates.

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We Need an Inner Revolution and a Radical Spirituality
Major spiritual belief systems were founded by radicals but are perpetuated by conformists. If Moses overthrew the Egyptian faith, who then questioned the awesome and frightening god of Moses? If Jesus rejected the god of the sword, who then overthrew the perfect, loving "father" God? And so on! Is that a problem? You bet it is.

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Ronald Reagan, Pope John Paul II and the Alliance That Won the Cold War
Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II were men of the same moment. They were both horrified by nuclear war, they both hated communism and the Soviet Union, they both had been shot but survived and they both forgave their assailants. They had also both been superior high school athletes and, curiously,....

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Pope's 36 hours in NY, the city that never sleeps
Francis, the fourth pope to visit New York in 50 years, arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport at 5:00 pm (2100 GMT) on Thursday and leaves for Philadelphia at 8:40 am Saturday. Here are the most important things to know about the Argentine pope's first visit to the Big Apple: Thursday schedule.

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Verse of the day

It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. Matthew, 19. 24


Is wealth an indication of God’s favor or blessing?