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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
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As Alabama shows, Bloomberg's ad spending buys him favor in often-overlooked states
For years, Democrats running for president have given little thought to crimson-red Alabama, even in party-nominating contests. With only 52 pledged delegates to the Democratic convention — a fraction of California’s 415 — this Deep South state is far from the biggest prize on Super Tuesday, March....
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Pope Francis: Put down your phones and turn off the TV this Lent
The Pope has urged Catholics to put down their phones and turn off the TV this Lent. In a world “polluted by too much verbal violence”, Pope Francis warned of the “offensive and harmful words” being amplified online in a speech to a general audience on Ash Wednesday.
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Vacant Niagara Falls Catholic church sold to Buddhist temple
The former St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Niagara Falls has been sold for $165,000 to a Buffalo Buddhist temple. The closed church at 5604 Lindbergh Ave. sold for $165,000 to Wat Buddhakunaram Buddhist Temple, according to papers filed this week in State Supreme Court.
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Coronavirus terror grips UK as schools send pupils home - is your child's affected?
As fears intensify over the danger of an outbreak of the coronavirus in the UK, dozens of schools ether closed or sent pupils home. The number of deaths in European countries is climbing at a worrying rate as France reports its second death - the first French citizen - and the number of people in....
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Frontrunner Bernie Sanders takes brunt of attacks during Democratic debate ahead of South Carolina primary
Follow along with our live coverage of the Democratic debate. Bernie Sanders felt the burn during Tuesday’s debate. The frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination took fire on the South Carolina debate stage from his Democratic rivals on a number of fronts – his comments about Fidel....
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Imbibe the forgiving atmosphere of Lent
Most of us tough nuts may not be feeling it yet, but the penitential mood of Lent could be creeping up on us starting with Ash Wednesday yesterday. Let’s not resist the Lenten grace at work among us. Let’s allow a miraculous transformation of ourselves and the nation, or see at least a semblance of....
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Coronavirus advice for parents: symptoms of the virus in children - and the latest on UK school closures
Fourteen schools in the UK have now closed, while more than 20 others have sent pupils home for fear they may have been exposed to coronavirus during ski trips to northern Italy. The schools that are currently closed are: - Lutton St Nicholas primary school, Lincolnshire. - Gedney Church End primary school, Spalding.
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Pope: close to coronavirus sick and those who fight contagion
Vatican City (AsiaNews) - The Pope is close to "the Coronavirus sick and the health workers who treat them, as well as the civil authorities and all those who are working to assist patients and stop the infection". A thought about the disease that is raging in many countries concluded today's....
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Matt Hancock clarifies coronavirus travel advice after criticism
The World Health Organization (WHO) was founded on the 7 April 1948, a date celebrated annually as World Health Day. As an agency of the United Nations, the organisation has developed into an international establishment which involves 150 countries and employs 7,000 people. WHO is responsible for the World Health Report and the World Health Survey.
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Schools close or send pupils home due to coronavirus fears
Schools across the UK have closed to protect against coronavirus, despite health officials recommending that they should stay open. At least eight have closed, while others have sent pupils home amid fears they may have been exposed to coronavirus during trips to northern Italy.
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Avoid verbal violence says pope in Lenten message
Vatican City, February 25 - Pope Francis urged the faithful in his weekly general audience marking the start of Lent, the 40-day period leading up to Easter, to avoid "verbal violence". Speaking on Ash Wednesday, Francis remarked on the fact that, for many of us, it is not easy to be in silence as....
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Ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass but the end is not yet. Matthew, 24. 6

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