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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
Christianity
Berks churches schedule virtual and in-person worship services (Religion Digest)
Christ Episcopal Church, 435 Court St., Reading, will livestream four worship services this week, all including remote Holy Eucharist: today at 10 a.m., a service for families with young children; on Sunday at 8 a.m., a said service (no music); on Sunday at 10 a.m., a service with music; and Thursday at 6 p.
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Galway based company Aerogon creates jobs in Shannon
100,000 people have tested positive for Covid-19 this month - which is more than in all of last year. That landmark was reached last night after 1,254 new cases were confirmed, along with 48 deaths. In this region there are 45 new cases in Galway, 13 in Mayo, The Tánaiste expects the first doses of....
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Death Notices Saturday 30th January 2021
Maura Collins. Knockatee, Dunmore and formerly of Lissananny, Kilconly. Mass for Maura Collins will take place privately tomorrow Sunday at 11:30 in the Church of our Lady and St. Nicholas, Dunmore. Mass will be streamed live online on dunmoreparish.com and broadcast on parish radio. Funeral afterwards to Dunmore Cemetery.
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“Everything was under threat”
The V studied secondary and preparatory in Piedras Negras, and then took an electricity course at Conalep. Some time he worked on that in a town hall in this region bordering the United States. He also rode rodeo bulls, although a fracture made him abandon the jockey prematurely.
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US Archbishop criticizes Biden, hopes for change from courts
The head of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities called President Joe Biden's stance on abortion "religiously and ethically incoherent" during his homily at the opening Mass of the annual National Prayer Vigil for Life Jan. 28. Biden "proudly professes to be a devout Catholic even as he promises to codify Roe v.
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A social chief is beheaded within the Colombian division of Antioquia
The Police of the Colombian division of Antioquia have confirmed the homicide of the social and peasant chief Miguel Uribe , whom an unidentified armed group has allegedly shot and decapitated , in line with Europa Press. Miguel Uribe, 39, was a member of the Neighborhood Motion Board of the Ochalí....
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In evenly split Wisconsin, partisan divides may only grow
Most of Conrad’s customers applauded the message. But several longtime customers left angry voicemails vowing to never return. Another showed up to shout disapproval, she said. Such was life in Wisconsin as hyper-partisan rhetoric echoed and the state was poised to play a major role in the 2020 presidential election.
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Religion news – Jan. 30
Editor’s note: Some church services may have moved to online-only formats after The Republic’s deadline due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Services and studies. Asbury United Methodist Church — At this time, all in-person worship has been suspended. Join online at asburycolumbus.org. The church is located at 1751 27th St.
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"There's just a lot of questions that have not been answered"
As coronavirus continues to grip the nation, the vaccine rollout continues in order to protect the most vulnerable in society. Yet scepticism about it and its effectiveness has persisted, with some fearing possible side-effects of getting the jab. Levels of this scepticism are highest among the....
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Celeb Bake Off: Meet the A-list stars in this year's 'insane' line up
Star Wars star Daisy Ridley, TV presenter Stacey Dooley and scottish actor James McAvoy are among 20 celebrities revealed as the stars of this year's The Great British Celebrity Bake Off. Every year a celebrity cast take part in the quintessentially British TV show to raise money for Stand Up To....
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Jewish man bequeaths nearly £2m to French village that sheltered him from the Nazis as a child
A Jewish Austrian has left a bequest believed to be worth nearly £2m to the French village that sheltered him from the Nazis during the Second World War. Eric Schwan, who died on December 25 at the age of 90, left a large part of his fortune to Chambon-sur-Lignon, a remote mountain village in....
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