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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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
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Smart Infoboard: Emergency communications tool gains traction
The SMS blast is done via the Infoboard, a web-based SMS solution developed by Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) to help facilitate effective, fast, and efficient dissemination of information to target communities. “Through the years and through many disasters, our radio station has helped guide....

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Philippines: Officials plane skids off wet runway
Manila: An aircraft carrying a government entourage that accompanied Pope Francis’s visit to Tacloban City and Palo, Leyte figured in a runway accident Saturday amid rains. Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte saying no one was hurt when a Bombardier Global carrying several government....

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‘Let’s celebrate’
THE Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) on Saturday called on Filipinos to attend the Mass to be celebrated by Pope Francis at Rizal Park today. CBCP president and Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas urged families to bring images of the Sto. Niño. “Bring your whole family.

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Mothers of 2 kids blessed by Pope near Nunciature share encounter
Pope kissed 2 babies of Nunciature's neighbors. Mom on right says she didn't wash her kid today. (via ABS-CBN News Channel (@ANCALERTS) January 17, 2015 MANILA - Two mothers living near the Apostolic Nunciature could not hide their joy after their children were blessed and kissed by Pope Francis.

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Pope Francis' charisma different from John Paul II
MANILA -- How is Pope Francis different from St. John Paul II? Pope Francis is currently in the Philippines for a five-day apostolic visit, while St. John Paul II, who served as Pope for 27 years, visited the Philippines twice -- in 1981 and 1995. Archbishop-Emeritus Oscar Cruz, who got the chance....

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Why Pope doesn't want nuns to be old maids
In an interview with radio DZMM, Sr. Mary John said the Pope apologized in advance for using "politically incorrect" words in talking to nuns during the International Union of Superiors General. "You know what he said to the religious? 'I am sorry to talk this way but I would like to ask you as....

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ASIA-ITALY - Rediscovering the faith thanks to the missionary Churches of Asia
Milan (AsiaNews) - Rediscovering the faith through missionary witness, the catechesis on the radio and especially the vitality of the Churches of China and Korea. This is the experience of a young man from Brescia, who wanted to share with Fr. Piero Gheddo - missionary of the Pontifical Institute....

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What happened inside papal plane after Tacloban trip
According to ABS-CBN Correspondent Lynda Jumilla, the Pope was very sorry that he had to shorten his stay in Leyte province because of the inclement weather. However, the Pope was also thankful because he was able to spend time with the people in Tacloban and Palo and even celebrate Mass at the Tacloban airport.

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Why 'rock star' Pope Francis appeals to the youth
MANILA -- Before Pope Francis landed at the Villamor Air Base late afternoon on January 15, the last time the Filipinos saw a pope live in Manila was in 1995 when then Pope John Paul II attended World Youth Day. First held in 1986, World Youth Day, which has been described as a "Catholic Woodstock,"....

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Philippine Officials' Plane Skids as Pope Leaves Tacloban
A chartered plane with several Philippines government officials on board skidded off the runway at the Tacloban airport on Saturday, moments after Pope Francis flew out in his plane from the city. The plane's nose wedged into the mud as it overshot the runway at Tacloban airport in central....

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Plane following Pope overshoots runway in Philippine storm
A plane carrying top aides of Philippine President Benigno Aquino overshot a runway in stormy weather on Saturday, authorities said, shortly after Pope Francis's plane took off from the same airport. The plane's nose wedged into the mud at Tacloban airport in the central Philippines but no-one was....

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