CAFE 2015 into The Home Stretch
The highly anticipated 'Stump the Clergy' event has been rescheduled and is posted on the CAFE calendar, along with 'Catholic Women' and 'How to Evangelize'. Don't miss out on any of the sessions as Season 3 winds down.
The schedule for the CAFE through the end of Season 3 is now posted on the CAFE page. Take a look and make sure not to miss any of the opportunities to learn more about your Faith while spending quality time with your friends.
Bishop Amos Blesses New Station
10/7/2014 - Bishop for the Diocese of Davenport Martin Amos was in Burlington Tuesday morning to say Mass for the students at Burlington Notre Dame School. After Mass, he was invited to walk over just south of Notre Dame to Bless the new KCDM Station and tower, which went on the air last month after more than a year of planning and work to move to a modern facility and begin preparing for another decade on the air. We thank the Bishop for taking the time to sanctify the site and our efforts.
A Great Day! We Have Moved!
9/15/2014 - Just after it stopped pouring rain this morning we turned the transmitter off and started moving equipment from our old location in St. Pat's School to our new site just south of Notre Dame High School on Roosevelt Avenue. It was wonderful seeing how the community came together and all of the pieces seemed to fall into place. This truly is a dream come true after more than a year of planning and steady work. There are still a few loose ends to get tied up at both studios, but today marks a great milestone for KCDM Radio in Burlington.
It will truly be a joy planning the future of local Catholic Radio for Burlington at our new site. This is a time to be a proud Catholic and to voice our faith in the town square. This day would never have come without our many supporters. Those who have been silently praying, donating, speaking up for Catholic Radio and, of course, our faithful listeners. You have much to be proud of today.
I believe our Blessed Mother was with us every step of the way. Helping us cooperate with each other to get the job done, sometimes going beyond our comfort zone. She helped allay threatening foul weather and opened the hearts of many generous people who lended their time and talents to our project.
Keep us in your prayers going forward so the Sorrows of Mary will strengthen us in our sorrows and help us broadcast her Son's Good News around town, to be heard and taken to heart by us all.
God Bless you all.
Burlington Divine Mercy Association
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