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Radio Maria

Radio Maria

Country: Ireland, Dublin
Phone:(01) 412 3456
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Radio Maria Ireland - A Christian voice in your home

Radio Maria Ireland is an Irish organisation staffed by dedicated professional and volunteer staff. It operates as a not-for-profit, non-commercial, internet-streaming radio station. Our goal is to expand our broadcasting capabilities through DAB, cable and satellite, in order to reach a wider audience.

Though not directly connected with the Roman Catholic Church, Radio Maria operates as an instrument of the Church and as a tool for evangelization. It is obedient to the Magisterium of the Holy Catholic Church.

Our aim is to bring Christ into every Irish home through home-produced programmes that serve the spiritual, educational and social needs of listeners – both at home and abroad – while having a profound respect for the specific diversity and richness of each ethnic group.

Radio Maria Ireland in a spirit of total trust in Divine providence, relies totally on the financial support of its listeners and friends. Advertising or sponsorship is not permitted. Radio Maria Ireland is not subsidised or funded by the Catholic Church. This model has proved successful for the 75 Radio Maria stations that currently operate around the world.

The umbrella body of Radio Maria, the World Family of Radio Maria (WFRM), has its legal headquarters in Rome, Italy. The administrative and technical office are based in Casciago, near Milan. WFRM shares its expertise and know-how with Radio Maria Ireland in order to help it achieve its mission. This enables us to ensure that our office and broadcasting facilities operate to the highest professional, technical and editorial standards.

In essence, Radio Maria is about reawakening our faith, is a call to conversion and a return to prayer, culminating in helping the Church in its mission to save souls. Hence, Radio Maria has a very strong missionary dimension, where all who work there are apostles and witnesses to Christ.

We ask Our Lady for her protection, so that we may always remain faithful to our Mission Statement:

‘Radio Maria Ireland’s mission is to help communicate God’s divine love and mercy for all mankind through the teachings and sacraments of the Catholic Church.  Being a School of Prayer, our aim is to help people find the meaning of life in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, through the intercession of Our Lady’


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It's so great to hear. Sodality hour is my favourite. That man talking is definitely blessed by the Holy Ghost. He is full of knowledge. God bless you all. Ave Maria.
Dear all. Thank God and His Blessed Mother for the gift of you all and Radio Maria. I started tuning in for the Holy Rosary in March 2020 "by accident" and have not been able to turn it off since! My neighbours get to hear it too from my garden in the good weather. I and my family are especially grateful for the health program as we have been taking the vitamins recommended during a programme in March and which have really built up our immunity. The respect with which people are treated on the airwaves is inspiring and a great example. Thank you all again.
Just want to thank you all for bringing such a wonderful radio station, directly into our home- it is such a source of comfort for my mother, following a severe stroke and cancer - we love the family Rosary and say the Angelus with you daily. Keep up the good work from the Orchard County....
We are so blessed to have this station where we have prayer all day. I listen at work,and can have a mindful eye on our blessed mother, and father.
God bless you all!!! This radio has changed my life completely for good. I have learned so much. I pray the Rosary daily with you. Thank you and God bless this radio from our Lady, our Mum.
Radio Maria India is affected by poor internet connection now and then. Kindly help them to instal a permanent solution so that we listeners get an uninterruptible broadcast. Maria Bless You!
I listen to Radio Maria every weekday.
I was one of the Timpeall na Tithe trad group who played music at the Radio Maria station yesterday Wednesday 27 March. It was a very interesting experience and I learned alot more about Radio Maria. I had been passing the venue for many years on way home from work. I will tune in now frequently now that I have found the station and can pray and listen to the beautiful readings, psalms, discussions and music on the station.
I love this radio station. Especially the morning prayers of the Church, after 9.15am. Morning Prayer is full of beautiful psalms and readings. It has enriched my life. Catechism also is very informative and interesting. Great company when you are living alone as the people who run the station are happy and genuine. I pray the rosary after 5pm with Radio Maria. It brings great peace to this house.
I like the station ,it looks like there are good people there ,keep up the good work and god bless you all.