World president of the SV de Paul visits Radio Veritas
Three distinguished guests from St Vincent de Paul were interviewed by Fr Emil during his morning show on 14 March. The interview will shortly be available on podcast. It was an honour for us to receive the 16th president of the SVdeP, Brother Renato Lima de Oliveira of Brazil, who was highly impressed with our radio station. Accompanying him was the vice president, Brother Joseph Makwinja of Botswana and our local national president, Brother Peter Keshwa.
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Sunday Mass on Radio
There are many people who live far from Catholic churches and would appreciate sharing in the Sunday Mass.
This can be heard every Sunday at 11 am.
SA Catholic Bishops’ Conference Lenten Appeal
Please remember to support this appeal by contributing generously towards the education of future priests and various other ministries and apostolates of the Church - including Radio Veritas!
Account name: SACBC Lenten appeal
Bank: Standard Bank
Account number. 010009744
Branch: Pretoria Cnr Paul Kruger & Church Streets
Reference: LA, your name, and diocese
Project 6000 (Veritas & St Augustines)
These two Catholic entities struggle financially. An agreement has been reached to launch PROJECT 6000. A telephone app, briefly describing Radio Veritas and St. Augustine's, is presently being designed and will be sent to 6000 people requesting an annual donation of R1000. The proceeds will be divided between the two entities. Once more details are available we will publicise them.
Over the next three months, the building which houses radio Veritas and the Knights of da Gama will be up undergoing refurbishing. As you listen to Radio Veritas you will no doubt be hearing hammering and chipping away at the building. Please understand that this is due to the building renovations. It could also reach the stage that we will not be able to do much live broadcasting over the next three months due to the noise. Please bear with us. We will try to do the best we can in the circumstances.