Dear Father, letters for healing touched through Veritas

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Veritas 846, the leading faith-based AM station in Mega Manila, recently launched its “Dear Father” segment as part of its program “Healing Touch sa Veritas”.

The segment is part of the 11pm-2am program that will air letters from senders seeking healing, guidance, help and advise from Healing Touch anchor priests.

Healing Touch is an on air spiritual counseling program which airs from Sunday to Friday with Rev. Fr. Larry Faraon every Sunday, Rev. Fr. Gerald Metal on Monday, Rev. Fr. Arnold Layoc for the Tuesday edition, Rev. Fr. Egay de Jesus every Wednesday, Rev. Fr. Len Hernandez for Thursday and Rev. Fr Benjo Fajota for Friday.

Rev. Fr. Anton CT Pascual, Radio Veritas President invites the faithful to continue listening with the station’s programs.

“There are a lot of issues plaguing our society challenging our faith. We may feel angry, sad, offended, hopeless and even lonely but Christ calls us to find strength in Him. Let the station of truth be the instrument of God in your need,” Fr. Pascual said.

The “Dear Father” segment is part of the initiatives of Radio Veritas through its Veritas 500 program that aims to expand the Church in multimedia and reach a nationwide audience as the Catholic Church prepares for the celebration of the 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines.

To all those who want to send their letters, you may mail and/or visit Radio Veritas station located at 162 West Avenue corner, EDSA, Quezon City or email at [email protected], or through the station’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/Veritasph. Make it a habit to listen to Radio Veritas 846 in the AM band, or through live streaming at www.veritas846.ph or via Cignal TV and Eradio portal.

Radio Veritas is owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Manila. Established in 1969, the Ramon Magsaysay recipient Catholic radio station continues to be the leading social communications ministry for truth and new evangelization in the country today.

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