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March 2015

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The Lamb Catholic Radio marks one year anniversary with coverage news and support of people
by - 3/5/2015
 


The Lamb Catholic Radio in the Diocese of Sioux Falls recently marked its one year anniversary with a number of pieces of good news.

The Catholic radio facility based in Sioux Falls, continues to expand its coverage area adding a new signal at 104.3 FM LP to provide a clear signal in the city of Sioux Falls.

Also broadcasting at KSJP 88.9 FM out of the Ipswich/Aberdeen area and on KSTJ 91.3 FM out of the Hartford/Sioux Falls area, the Catholic broadcast entity can be heard in a growing portion of the diocese now.

The effort seeks to reach Catholics in eastern South Dakota and promote faith and to help individuals deepen their faith.

Being a non-profit entity, the Lamb Catholic Radio depends upon the generosity of its listeners and the people of the diocese.

It costs The Lamb Catholic radio $1,000 a day to keep the Catholic faith based programming going out to the people of eastern South Dakota.

Kevin Culhane wants to grow local Catholic programs like “The Shepherd’s Voice” with Bishop Paul Swain (pictured at right), “Lets Talk Mental Health” with Dr. Marcie Moran, clinical director of Catholic Family Services and “Morning Star”, a program with Msgr. Charles Mangan devoted to the Blessed Mother.

Kevin Culhane founded and operates the network. His goal is to add more stations to better cover the entire diocese. People can also listen on their computer or mobile devices. He sees the effort as a mission to further spread and promote the New Evangelization.

Culhane and his staff are often out in the diocese broadcasting different events and sports but also promoting their ministry and encouraging people to help out.

That can easily be accomplished by calling the broadcasting outlet at 605-275-4659 or by going to their website, www.lambradio.com.