Radio Veritas Asia’s Gen. Manager returns on-air

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Rev. Fr. Victor Sadaya, CMF, the General Manager of Radio Veritas Asia will return as program host of its local counterpart Radio Veritas 846 through its religious program, “God will make a way” starting on Sunday, April 23, 2017.

Fr. Vic Sadaya who is also the Executive Director of Porta Coeli Center for Psychotrauma Management and Counselling will join Mr. Earnest Tan as anchor of ‘God will make a way’ a program on psycho-spiritual healing and wholeness airing every Sunday every 9:00am to 10:00am.

Fr. Sadaya holds a doctorate of philosophy major in organization development and masters in pastoral ministry.He was a former Provincial Superior of the Claretian Missionaries in the Philippines and served in the Provincial Government of the Claretian Missionaries for 12 years in his capacity as Provincial Superior, Prefect of Formation and Spirituality.

Also, he was President of St. Anthony Claret College and Rector of Claret Seminary for 18 years. He was a formator for 26 years in different stages of formation of the Claretian Missionaries. He gives counselling, spiritual direction and psychotrauma management and retreats to Priests, religious brothers and sisters and lay.

Radio Veritas 846 President Rev. Fr. Anton C.T. Pascual expresses his warm welcome to Fr. Sadaya.

“We are very happy to welcome Fr. Vic Sadaya back to the station as our anchor. I’m sure that our Kapanalig listeners who missed him are also excited to hear him again,” Fr. Pascual said.

On Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017 Fr. Pascual and Fr. Sadaya signed a three-year partnership towards the celebration of Radio Veritas golden anniversary in 2019 witnessed by His Eminence Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, D.D.

Radio Veritas 846 is owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Manila and is a member of the KBP. Established in 1969, the Ramon Magsaysay Award 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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