Living Bread Radio Network

The Living Bread Radio Network includes the 15,000 Watt AM 1060 that broadcasts in the Canton, Akron & Cleveland areas, 94.5 FM that broadcasts in the Canton vicinity and 89.5 FM which covers the Youngstown/Boardman area. AM 1060 is a dawn to dusk station. This means that if the sun is up, we are broadcasting. The AM 1060 signal reaches over 2 million souls in Northeast Ohio. Join us every day from dawn until dusk for the very best in Catholic programming. The 94.5 FM frequency brings 24 hour Catholic radio to the Canton vicinity. The FM 89.5 station reaches Mahoning County 24 hours a day. The Teachings of the Catholic Church exhorts each one of us to participate in proclaiming that message in every way possible, including using modern media: "On all Christians rests the noble obligation of working to bring all men to hear and accept the divine message of salvation" -Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity Vatican Council II "The latest media of social communication are indispensable means for evangelization, and for enlightening the minds and hearts of men...effective support should be given to good radio and television programs, above all those that are suitable for families. Catholic programs should be promoted, in which listeners and viewers can be brought to share in the life of the Church and learn religious truths. An effort should also be made to set up Catholic stations." -Decree on the Means of Social Communication Vatican Council II Living Bread Radio, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3 Catholic organization founded in response to the call of the Second Vatican Council to spread the teachings of Jesus Christ through the medium of radio.Catholics everywhere are hungry for good, solid Catholic teachings that are true to Christ and His Church, and the growth of Catholic radio and its strong listener support is testimony to this. Living Bread Radio has the blessing of Most Reverend Bishop George Murry of the Diocese of Youngstown and Most Reverend Nelson Perez of the Diocese of Cleveland.