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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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Latitude Festival 2020: Snow Patrol and La Roux announced
Latitude Festival has unveiled a host of new names which will perform at the event this summer. Earlier this year organisers announced Haim, The Chemical Brothers, Liam Gallagher, and Bill Bailey would headline the festival. Now big names such as Snow Patrol and La Roux will join the roll-call.
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Supporters confront PSNI as man accused of Lyra McKee murder appears in court
Supporters of a man charged with murdering journalist Lyra McKee scuffled with police outside court as he arrived for his first appearance in the dock. Paul McIntyre, from Derry, is accused of killing Ms McKee, 29, who was shot dead by dissident republicans while observing a riot in Derry in April.
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Latitude Festival 2020: Snow Patrol and La Roux announced
Latitude Festival has unveiled a host of new names which will perform at the event this summer. Earlier this year organisers announced Haim, The Chemical Brothers, Liam Gallagher, and Bill Bailey would headline the festival. Now big names such as Snow Patrol and La Roux will join the roll-call.
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German far right reopens wounds of Dresden bombing
Germany marks 75 years since the destruction of Dresden in World War II on Thursday, an anniversary seized upon by the far right to inflate victim numbers and play down Nazi crimes. President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will give a speech at Dresden's Palace of Culture, walking a fine line between....
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Archbishop Eamon Martin 'very much open' to calls for relaxing Church celibacy rules
Update: Catholic Primate of All Ireland Eamon Martin has said he is “very much open” to calls for a softening on the church’s clerical celibacy rules to cope with the declining number of priests. Speaking after Pope Francis declined to deal with the issue in an eagerly awaited apostolic exhortation,....
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Archbishop ‘very much open’ to relaxing celibacy rule due to priest shortage
The Pope urged bishops to pray for more priestly vocations. Photograph: iStock. Catholic Primate of All Ireland Eamon Martin has said he is “very much open” to calls for a softening on the church’s clerical celibacy rules to cope with the declining number of priests.
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Performer bringing tunes of John Denver here Feb. 21
Chris Wilson was born in 1976, when folk-pop singer John Denver was filling arenas and stadiums with feel-good tunes about nature’s glory and love’s beauty. Wilson’s folk singer mother filled the family home with many of Denver’s songs well into the 1980s. And then a young Chris Wilson noticed something.
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Archbishop Eamon Martin 'very much open' to calls for relaxing Church celibacy rules
Update: Catholic Primate of All Ireland Eamon Martin has said he is “very much open†to calls for a softening on the church’s clerical celibacy rules to cope with the declining number of priests. Speaking after Pope Francis declined to deal with the issue in an eagerly awaited apostolic....
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Maestro Robin Ghosh remembered on his death anniversary
LAHORE : Fans and contemporaries of playback singer, musician and composer Robin Ghosh, observed his fourth death anniversary today. Ghosh is regarded as an icon in the, industry, credited for composing music for several super-hit Lollywood films including Chanda, Talash, Paisa, Chakori, Bhaiya, Tum Mary Ho and Aina.
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Ireland is facing into a spiritual “famine” because it is running out of priests, a Catholic cleric has said.
Fr Paddy Byrne, parish priest of Abbeyliex and Raheen in Co. Laois, said he was “taken aback” and “disappointed” by Pope Francis’ refusal to approve the ordination of married men to address a priest shortage in the Amazon. In an eagerly awaited apostolic exhortation, Beloved Amazon, the pope did....
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Ireland facing spiritual 'famine' over Pope's refusal to allow married men into priesthood
Ireland is facing into a spiritual “famine†because it is running out of priests, a Catholic cleric has said. Fr Paddy Byrne, parish priest of Abbeyliex and Raheen in Co. Laois, said he was “taken aback†and “disappointed†by Pope Francis’ refusal to approve the ordination of married men to address a priest shortage in the Amazon.
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