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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
What's on listings for Salisbury and district from March 12-19, 2020
HERE is a list of the latest events taking place in and around Salisbury from March 12-19, 2020. TODAY. Stonemasonry Works Yard Tour, Salisbury Cathedral, 2pm. Also Tuesday. Info: salisburycathedral.org.uk. , City Hall, Salisbury, 7.30pm. Info: cityhallsalisbury.co.uk or 01722 434434. TOMORROW.
Bishops issue directives for religious services due to coronoavirus
A set of directives have been issued by the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference on 'liturgical considerations' in the context of the coronavirus outbreak. Included in the directions are keeping Holy Water fonts empty, no shaking hands for the Sign of Peace while those with underlying conditions and....
Coronavirus: Church of England issues stricter guidance on communion and touching
Churchgoers taking part in communion in an Anglican Church can no longer drink wine from the common cup. The new move is part of an update to the Church of England's coronavirus guidance for churches announces on Wednesday evening. In a letter written to clergy the Archbishops of Canterbury and York....
Iconic Bradford City fan from Windrush Generation funeral tomorrow
THE FUNERAL of an iconic Bradford City fan, who was “one of the first” of the Windrush generation to attend games, takes place today. Algie Sennett Brown - who was affectionately known as “Sammy Pogo” - died at his home, aged 84, in the arms of his beloved family on Valentine's Day.
Country Report on Human Rights Practices 2019 - Turkey
Executive Summary. Turkey is a constitutional republic with an executive presidential system and a 600-seat parliament. The unicameral parliament (the Grand National Assembly) exercises legislative authority. In presidential and parliamentary elections in 2018, Organization for Security and....
Country Report on Human Rights Practices 2019 - Russia
Executive Summary. The Russian Federation has a highly centralized, authoritarian political system dominated by President Vladimir Putin. The bicameral Federal Assembly consists of a directly elected lower house (State Duma) and an appointed upper house (Federation Council), both of which lack independence from the executive.
Country Report on Human Rights Practices 2019 - Eritrea
Executive Summary. Eritrea is a highly centralized, authoritarian regime under the control of President Isaias Afwerki. The People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ), headed by the president, is the sole political party. There have been no national-level elections since an independence referendum in 1993.
Country Report on Human Rights Practices 2019 - Syria
Executive Summary. President Bashar Assad has ruled the Syrian Arab Republic since 2000. The constitution mandates the primacy of Baath Party leaders in state institutions and society, and Assad and Baath party leaders dominate all three branches of government as an authoritarian regime.
Manila Catholic churches adapt to dodge new coronavirus
A Filipino Catholic wearing a protective mask amid a coronavirus scare kneels to pray during a mass on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. Eloisa Lopez, Reuters. MANILA - Catholic churches in the capital will change some customs to keep worshipers safe from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the archdiocese's caretaker said Thursday.
Radio Prague
Carpenters are completing a replica of a rare 16th century wooden church from the village of Guty in Silesia, which was ravaged by fire more than two years ago. The replica of the church will be disassembled and erected in Guty as soon as it receives safety approval from fire officers.
This Day in History — March 12
1664: New Jersey becomes a British colony as King Charles II grants land in the New World to his brother James, the Duke of York. 1799: Austria declares war on France. 1832: Captain Charles Boycott, the Irish estate manager who caused boycotts, was born.

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There came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him. Matthew, 2. 1


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