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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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25 new deaths associated with Covid-19 in Ireland
Archbishop Michael Neary in his Pastoral letter published today for Holy Week says he is offering daily Mass for victims of COVID19, for healthcare workers, researchers developing a vaccine, and for all families. While Bishop John Fleming of Killala in his; The gardai have issued a warning about a callous scam relating to #Covid19.
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Highways empty as state-wide Passover seder curfew holds
President Reuven Rivlin just got off the phone with the Pope Francis after the two discussed the coronavirus pandemic and exchanged holiday greetings. “In his conversation with Pope Francis, the president expressed his thanks and appreciation for the Pope’s support of the fight against anti-Semitism....
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Pressure on whisky firms to halt ‘non-essential’ production
Firefighters from the Aberdeen Central Fire Station performed an impressive TikTok dance routine in the middle of a street. The energetic team mastered the tricky social media trend to cheer up locals currently on lockdown during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Bushiri avails K50 million to fight Coronavirus
South African based celebrated preacher Shepherd Bushiri has announced that he is availing K50 million to the nation of Malawi to assist them in combating the deadly Coronavirus which has claimed one life. In a statement released on Wednesday, Shepherd Bushiri Foundation (SBF) said the intervention....
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Kenya coronavirus: Cases hit 179, parliament defers sitting, 17 MPs infected
Meanwhile a recall of parliament scheduled for today was cancelled due to travel ban on movement into and out of the capital Nairobi. A measure ordered by President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier this week. Lower house Speaker Justin Muturi confirmed the decision to local media late Tuesday.
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Sport - Norwich City Football Club Kevin Keelan, Norwich goalkeeper displays his athleticism during training for the Old Trafford clash. His career at Norwich City lasted from 1963 to 1980. Dated No date (1963 -1980) Photograph C7937
Ken Brown - he led us to our win at Wembley and will always be thanked for that. ALMOST GOT ME IN TO MAJOR TROUBLE MOMENT. When Mark Bowen scored against Bayern Munich I was looking after our newly born first daughter on my own for the first time and almost dropped her. A last ditch save saved the day.
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Siete Palabras 2020: Reflections on ecumenism and harmony
INTER-RELIGIOUS dialogue and promoting a harmonious relationship with indigenous peoples will be the general theme of the Archdiocese of Cebu's Siete Palabras or the Seven Last Words of Jesus, which will be streamed live and telecast on Good Friday, April 10, 2020. Msgr.
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Lifestyle Buzz: List Of Online Masses This Holy Week
This year, Lent will be celebrated—to borrow Pope Francis' opening at his recent video message filmed in Vatican—"in a different way than usual.” This is, of course, due to the coronavirus pandemic that has now inflicted more than a million and killed almost 75,000 across 184 countries, Thanks to....
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Coronavirus news – live: UK admits it doesn't know when peak will hit as Boris Johnson remains in intensive care and Wuhan celebrates end of lockdown
US planning ways to ‘ease’ back to normal life if virus control efforts work, top official says. Health officials are planning ways for the US to return to normal activities if social distancing and other steps to mitigate Covid-19 this month prove successful in curbing the outbreak, a top infectious disease official has said.
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Coronavirus claims life of Paul Kalill, attorney and former Springfield City Councilor
By Stephanie Barry | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it SPRINGFIELD — Paul Kalill, a prominent attorney, onetime radio host and former city councilor, died Tuesday after contracting coronavirus , according to friends, colleagues and family. Kalill, 77, of Westfield, was a well-known figure in Springfield’s political....
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Cocooned Archbishop asks for Easter ceremonies to be broadcast
HOLY WEEK The solemnity and poignancy of Easter is reflected in a cross silhouetted against a late evening skyline at St Tiernan’s Church, Crossmolina last week. Pic: David Farrell Anton McNulty BOTH the Archbishop of Tuam and the Bishop of Killala are unable to take part in Easter liturgies in....
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