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Welcome to Holy Name Radio

Holy Name Radio KJXP-LP 100.9FM is an apostolate of the St Joseph Catholic Men’s Fellowship in Nacogdoches, TX – The Oldest Town in Texas.  Our men’s group began as a weekly bible study over 10 years ago.  We still meet faithfully on Wednesday mornings at 6:30 AM. Through our studies and conversations we began asking ourselves what we could do in our communities, families and workplaces to further the truth that is Jesus Christ as proclaimed by the Catholic Church.  In 2014 we began the journey, with the help of EWTN and the Catholic Radio Association to apply for and build a low power FM radio station. Holy Name Radio went on the air in the summer of 2016.  Holy Name Radio is a listener supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that employs broadcast radio, mobile technology, the internet and social platforms to offer news, analysis, teaching, devotions and music to demonstrate the Good News that Jesus is Lord over all areas of life.  Through these means we show that the teaching of Christ, through His Church, offers an encouraging view of the world, a deep sense of spirituality, a firm family life, enhanced human relationships, creative use of reason and scholarship and the creation of a culture of life and love.

Explore our website and tune in to our radio station to experience the range and breadth of knowledge available to our listeners.  Enjoy and Deo Gratias!

Broadcast Schedule

Monday-Friday
6am-7am: The Son Rise Morning Show (Live)
7am-8am: Morning Glory (Live)
8am-9am: Daily Mass from EWTN Chapel (Live)
9am-10am: Catholic Connection with Teresa Tomeo (Live)
10am-11am: More 2 Life
11am-12pm: Women of Grace with Johnnette Benkovic (Live)
12pm-1pm: Take 2 with Jerry & Debbie (Live)
1pm-2pm: The Doctor Is In (Live)
2pm-3pm: Called to Communion with Dr. David Anders (Live)
3pm-4pm: EWTN Open Line (Live)
4pm-6pm: Kresta in the Afternoon (Live)

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Announcements

STRATEGIES FOR SPIRITUAL WARFARE
Source I had to speak with Tom about his passion for spiritual warfare. His zeal was unquestioned, and his desire to fight the good fight was admirable. He had hiswarrior’s rosary, his prayer book, his holy water, and his scapulas all in place. He was ready to take up his weapons and fight against the world, the flesh, and the devil with all his might. Tom’s problem was that he lacked the right strategies for spiritual warfare. He had identified some of the evils in society and was sure that he had identified some of the evil people, but I was worried that...

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The Origins of the Feast of Corpus Christi
Source The Feast of Corpus Christi is celebrated in the Catholic Church on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday or, in some places, it is transferred to the Sunday. The feast was instituted to honour the Lord’s presence in the Blessed Sacrament. There were 2 separate miracles that lead to the institution of the feast in the Catholic Church: A Vision to St. Juliana of Mont Cornillon The Miracle at Bolsena The Vision of St Juliana of Cornillon St Juliana had a great devotion to the Blessed Sacrament from her youth and longed for a special feast to celebrate...

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10 Points for Pentecost

Posted on May 15, 2024 in: General News

10 Points for Pentecost
Source COMMENTARY: On June 4, the Church commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles. Here are 10 thoughts on what is traditionally called the ‘birthday of the Church.’ 1. What does “Pentecost” mean? The word Pentecost is Greek for “50th” (pentecoste) and is derived from the fact that it occurs on the 50th day after Easter Sunday. It is also called Whitsunday, or “White Sunday” because of the white baptismal robes that were worn by those newly baptized on the vigil of Pentecost and that symbolized t...

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