World Youth Day Special Programming

World Youth Day Special Programming

We will be airing special programming for World Youth Day over the coming days on the below schedule.

  • Aug 16 at 6:00pm
    • World Youth Day 2011: Opening Mass (tape delayed from Madrid, Spain) (2 hours)
  • Aug 17 at 9:00am
    • LIFE ON THE ROCK WYD Special (Live from Madrid) (90:00)
  • Aug 19 at 6:00pm
    • World Youth Day 2011: Stations of the Cross (2 ½ hours)
  • Aug 20 at 2:00pm
    • World Youth Day 2011: Mass for Seminarians (3 hours)
  • Aug 20 at 11:45 pm
    • World Youth Day 2011: Closing Mass (LIVE from Madrid) (4 hours)
  • Aug 21 9:00am
    • World Youth Day 2011: Closing Mass (encore) (4 hours)(Not as KSMH)

Special Programming May 7th – 8th

Special Programming May 7th – 8th

There will be special programming on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8.  The following changes will be made:

Saturday, May 7:

  • The Dedication of the Chapel of Our Lady of Solitude of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration, beginning at 4pm PT and lasting approx 3 hours

Sunday, May 8:

  • Papal Visit to Venice (LIVE), beginning at 1am PT and lasting approx 2 1/2 hours
  • Papal Visit to Venice (Encore), beginning at 5pm PT and lasting approx 2 1/2 hours

Please see your local program guide for preempted programming.

Immaculate Heart Radio celebrates the most special mother of them all, our namesake, this weekend and wishes all moms a very special and blessed Mother’s Day!

Update on Fr. Corapi

Update on Fr. Corapi

A message from Doug Sherman, President of Immaculate Heart Radio, regarding Father Corapi:

You may have heard recently that Father John Corapi has been placed on ‘administrative leave’ from his ministry, due to allegations made by a former employee. We at Immaculate Heart Radio have been monitoring this situation very closely from the beginning, and have corresponded with episcopal advisors, canon lawyers, and directly with Fr. Corapi and believe that Father Corapi is innocent of these charges, until proven otherwise.  It is our hope and prayer this investigation will be concluded quickly and positively.

Recently, Fr. Corapi told me, that he thinks it would be best for us to temporarily suspend his programming until this matter is resolved.  This advice is also consistent with current counsel that we have received from some of our episcopal advisors, and so we have decided to suspend his programming for now.

Fr. Corapi also told me how much he appreciates the support and prayers of our listeners and he fully expects to be exonerated of these allegations.  Thank you for your understanding in this matter.

– Doug Sherman, President of Immaculate Heart Radio

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