Radio Veritas marks 52nd anniversary of being channel of truth and new evangelization amid COVID-19 pandemic

Radio Veritas, the leading faith-based AM radio station in the Philippines celebrated its 52 years of service of bringing news and promoting Church advocacies in the service of human dignity and proclamation of the Gospel.

In his homily during the Thanksgiving Mass of Radio Veritas held at the Veritas Chapel in West Avenue, Quezon City, on April 4, 2021, Easter Sunday, Archbishop Charles Brown, Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines acknowledged the big role that the radio station has been portraying in spreading the truth through evangelization.

“For me as a representative of Pope Francis here in the Philippines it gives me great pleasure to congratulate all of you on 52 years of faithful evangelization, you are gifted to give and you are giving through your mission of evangelization, you are engaged in proclamation and this is so beautiful,” Archbishop Brown said.

Fr. Victor Sadaya, CMF, General Manager of Radio Veritas Asia and Fr. Roy Bellen, Vice President for Operations of Radio Veritas joined in the celebration of the Mass.

Bishop Broderick Pabillo, Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese of Manila, also congratulated Radio Veritas for playing an important role in the spiritual lives of the faithful. Radio Veritas’ programs and online masses, the bishop said, have become a source of inspiration and strength to many people especially during the outbreak of the coronavirus that hit the country early in January 2020.

“Tayo ngayon ay nasa 52nd anniversary na ng Radio Veritas, malaki po ang paglilingkod ng Radio Veritas lalong lalo na ngayong panahon ng pandemic. Marami po ay nakakatanggap ng Mabuting Balita, marami po ay napapalakas ang kanilang loob at marami po ay napapalapit din sa mga ngangangailang, marami po tayong natutulungan sa pamamagitan ng Radio Veritas kaya congratulations Radio Veritas sana ay ipagpatuloy ang paglilingkod, paglilingkod sa bayan at paglilingkod sa Diyos,” Bishop Pabillo told Radio Veritas.

The Bishop also asked the faithful to continue to listen and support the mission of the station as they proclaim the truth and the word of God.

“Patuloy sana ang Radio Veritas sa kanyang paglilingkod at patuloy din nating subaybayan, pakinggan at suportahan ang Radio Veritas ito po’y Radyo ng Simbahan kaya ang Simbahan naman talaga ang susuporta sa kanyang mga programa kaya patuloy po tayong palaganapin po natin itong ating radyo para makatulong tayo sa isa’t isa,” Bishop Pabillo said.

Veritas 846, commonly called Radyo Veritas (Radio Veritas) is a commercial Roman Catholic radio station owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Manila under the Global Broadcasting System. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)


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