“Give Me A Voice” joins well-loved Catholic programs in its October schedule
TORONTO, October 25, 2017 – Radio Maria Canada, a 24-hour Catholic radio station committed to being an ‘outstretched hand’ to all persons of good will, announces the addition of “Give Me a Voice” to its fall program schedule.
Airing on Tuesdays at 8 p.m., “Give Me a Voice” is a new show for youth that focuses on important issues that are near and dear to their hearts. Hosted by Chris Elliott and Teresa Lauzon, topics such as peer pressure will be discussed alongside fun banter on pop culture such as movies, music and fashion.
“Teenagers are living in an ever-growing complex and challenging world,” says Father Charles Michael Grech, ofm, Editorial Director, Radio Maria Canada. “It’s more important now than ever to provide them a platform to discuss issues that affect their upbringing, morality and livelihood.”
Encouraging dialogue and community building, the radio station is currently extending an invitation to all high school students to take part as on-air panelists, reporters, and even production assistants.
Radio Maria continues to offer listeners the opportunity to send in prayer requests through the program “The Fathers Quilt.” Christina Doyle, host of the program, devotes time for prayers from listeners and broaches various important topics such as grief, forgiveness and the power of words – to name a few.
To learn more about Radio Maria or to listen live, 24/7, visit radiomaria.ca.