The Catholic Radio Blow-Torch! 50,000 Watts of The New Evangelization! Guadalupe Radio Comes to Washington D.C. on WMET 1160AM

Perfect timing! The Guadalupe Radio Network comes to Washington D.C. in May 2010 at WMET 1160AM

With great thanks and praise to almighty God as we want to announce that the nation’s capitol will soon be the home of another Guadalupe Radio Network station. In mid-May WMET 1160 AM will begin broadcasting Catholic Radio 24 hours a day. And what an amazing impact this station will have in bringing souls closer to our Lord and the holy Saints, an impact that has the potential to reach far beyond the immediate listening area.

WMET is a powerful 50,000 watt AM radio station which will blanket all of Washington D.C. and the surrounding area with the beautiful message of Christ’s Good News through His One, Holy Catholic Church. In fact, the signal covers Washington DC and stretches on into Baltimore, Anapolis and beyond Arlington VA, along with dozens other cities across the metroplex. Over five million people will soon have the opportunity to tune into Catholic radio on the Guadalupe Radio Network

The “DC Project Plan” outlines the network’s plans for the station

Click Here to donate to support this critically important station!

WMET AM Daytime Coverage

WMET AM Daytime Coverage

Our Lady came to Guadalupe at a critical time in North American history… when thousands were being killed.. .Is it a coincidence that the first Catholic radio station in Obama’s Washington D.C. is Guadalupe Radio Network!?


3 Responses to “The Catholic Radio Blow-Torch! 50,000 Watts of The New Evangelization! Guadalupe Radio Comes to Washington D.C. on WMET 1160AM”

  1. Matt Hassan Says:

    This is awesome news! It is a shame that at night the it will only 1500 watts. This means, we probably won’t pick it up out here in Fauquier County, VA. Nonetheless, it will have our prayers, our well wishes, our support, and our ears!

    God Bless,
    Matt Hassan
    St. John the Evangelist
    Warrenton, VA

  2. Tara Says:

    Unfortunately the station does not hit the area south east of Baltimore. I’m on the NE section of Columbia and it doesn’t even come in a little bit. You hardly hear that there’s a broadcasting channel between where I am and BWI. (Along rt 100 and then north on 295.

    That’s unfortunate!

  3. William G. Schmidt Says:

    I’ve had the Squeezebox Radio for just over a week but that’s long enough to decide what I like and what still needs some work. First, set-up was a snap. The radio found my wireless network instantly and I was able to enter the password and connect quickly. The radio them updated its own software so I was working with the newest release.
    What do I like? The radio seems solid. It’s heavy enough that you can press the buttons with the radio on a nightstand and not have it slide. The front is angled back which helps even more. I’d call the sound quality – though not stereo – excellent. There’s no comparison between how this radio sounds and the Sony clock radio I replaced it with. It has a very clear, crisp sound.
    What don’t I like? I had the radio only three days when it lost all it’s presets. I re-entered them and all has been well since. This is a well known bug. I am using […] and NOT using my PC so the problem is likely there. Presets should be stored locally, not on a server. I saved all my presets as favorites so they MIGHT be there the next time this happens (then again, maybe the favorites list will be erased, too). I’d like to see an easier way to set the sleep timer. You have to use the menu and it should be a simple button press. Why not use the power button and cycle through sleep settings? i.e. ON … 45 … 30 … 15 … OFF? There also needs to be a simple way to snooze. Maybe the big button in the middle?
    The auto-dimming setting gets awfully dark at night! I should be able to set a minimum brightness level that suits me.
    And I’d love to see the apps include weather radar. Yes, this is a radio but it’s got a great color display and being able to watch live weather radar on the screen would be super. A general weather app that makes use of this display would be a plus! Come on Logitech, get with it! This radio has more possibilities than, well, radio!

    Later: I’ve had the radio for a month now and am no longer quite so excited. I reduced my initial 4 stars to just 2 stars. This radio is buggy! My initial loss of the presets has now been followed by a loss of the volume control. There was absolutely no way to get it back besides a “factory reset” which removes every setting I so carefully made. You should be able to simply sit down and enjoy a radio, not beta test a product.
    I am returning it within Amazon’s 30 day window. I’ve had enough.

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