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- Passion Play -

Please Join Us on this Historic Event!
It only comes along every 10 years.

Join us on a pilgrimage to Central Europe which includes The Passion Play performed by the local people of Oberammergau, Germany. This play occurs every ten years and has been performed since 1634 as a vow of faith for being spared from the "Black Plague."

The trip will begin in Prague, traveling through Austria and Switzerland as well as Germany. Dates are September 12-22, 2020. The trip has a limited number of reservations.

Base land rate includes:

  • Daily Mass at holy sites
  • Passion Play in Oberammergau
  • 9 nights' accommodations, including taxes and service charges
  • Arrival and departure transfers
  • Knowledgeable, friendly, Catholic/Christian guides; whisper headsets; deluxe motor coach transportation to holy sites; all entrance fees listed on itinerary
  • Breakfast and dinner as per itinerary (excluding drinks)

For the full brochure with itinerary and pricing, CLICK HERE

Register online at  CLICK HERE

For more information, contact Val Bendel - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 317-870-8400 ext. 12.

Payment in Full for Station Channel 89.1

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Check Presentation Photo (from left to right) Bill Shirk, CEO Hoosier Broadcasting Corp; Jim Ganley, General Manager, Catholic Radio Indy; Bob Teipen, Chairman Inter Mirifica, Inc.

The check was the last payment of a $2.25 million dollar Lease/Purchase arrangement whereby Inter Mirifica Inc. now owns 89.1 FM-WSPM-FM.  Catholic Radio is always looking for stations to purchase in order to spread the Word of God throughout Indiana.

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Open House and Dedication of the New Radio Station

Catholic Radio Indy’s new studios were dedicated by Archbishop Joseph Tobin at the station (8383 Craig St. Indianapolis 46250) on December 17th, 2013.

After the dedication, the Archbishop visited with the approximately 150 listeners, supporters and underwriters of the station who attended.


Below is a slideshow of the open house and dedication!



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