We are blessed to live in a vibrant rural Catholic community not too far from the bustle of a large city.
A distinguishing mark among rural Catholics is their strong sense of community
- neighbors are important!
Part of this familial communion has developed because many neighbors are actually brothers, sisters, or cousins.
It is a natural extension for rural persons to reach out to newcomers in their midst, and to include them in the extended family community.
Faith is lived in relationship with one another in the domestic rural church.
The rural Catholic Church exists in small communities throughout the world. Most tightly knit are the persecuted Churches found in countries where Christianity is a minority religion that often has no rights. It is in these countries, in these smaller communities, that faith is lived fervently, with total abandon and trust in our Loving God. They are His gift to His Church.
Many voices clamor to be heard in the moral dis-integration of our modern world.
The Church unceasingly proclaims the Eternal Truth, Our Lord Jesus Christ, through solid, systematic teachings of the basic truths of the Faith.
Rural Catholic Radio
provides a wonderful opportunity to listen to classic and faithful contemporary voices on the core truths of our Faith.
Hear the perennial wisdom of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, narrations of classic works such as The Imitation of Christ
by Thomas à Kempis, and contemporary authorities as Deacon Dr. Bob McDonald, and much more!
In upcoming seasons, listen to audio versions of classic spiritual works such as Fr. Jean-Pierre Cassaude's Abandonment to Divine Providence
and St. Louis Marie de Montfort's The Secret of the Rosary
, among others.
Listen, as well, to faithful contemporary speakers who, through the infused virtues of the Holy Spirit, provide traditional meditations on the interior life.
Our main focus is to provide audio versions of classic books for your spiritual growth.
Our vision is to awaken the joy
of living our Faith by sharing the good news
of Jesus Christ through the witness of His 'little people'.
They are both saints who have gone before us, and 'saints-in-the -making' — us — whom He loves so dearly. Through the witness
of these little ones, many persons have come to know the enduring love of the Father through our Loving Saviour, our Lord Jesus Christ, in the Holy Spirit.