Radio Peace is the English language version of the radio ministry of the Archdiocese of Miami and the sister station of the Spanish language Radio Paz. Radio Peace is broadcast over most of South Florida, USA, through WLVJ 1040 AM, as well as over the Internet. Radio Peace and Radio Paz are 24-hour Catholic radio stations. In December 1990, Fr. Federico Capdepon founded Radio Paz as a place where parishes, bishops and priests could evangelize through the media. After founding Radio Paz, it was decided that an English version was needed which led to the founding of Radio Peace in 1993.

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  • Radio Peace is the English language version of the radio ministry of the Archdiocese of Miami and the sister station of the Spanish language Radio Paz. Radio Peace is broadcast over most of South Florida, USA, through WLVJ 1040 AM, as well as over the Internet. Radio Peace and Radio Paz are 24-hour Catholic radio stations. In December 1990, Fr. Federico Capdepon founded Radio Paz as a place where parishes, bishops and priests could evangelize through the media. After founding Radio Paz, it was decided that an English version was needed which led to the founding of Radio Peace in 1993. It continues to strive to evangelize South Florida and the globe. The current president and director of Radio Paz is Fr. Roberto Cid. The former director, Fr. Alberto Cutie, left the Catholic Church in 2009 and is now an Episcopal priest. (en)
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  • Radio Peace is the English language version of the radio ministry of the Archdiocese of Miami and the sister station of the Spanish language Radio Paz. Radio Peace is broadcast over most of South Florida, USA, through WLVJ 1040 AM, as well as over the Internet. Radio Peace and Radio Paz are 24-hour Catholic radio stations. In December 1990, Fr. Federico Capdepon founded Radio Paz as a place where parishes, bishops and priests could evangelize through the media. After founding Radio Paz, it was decided that an English version was needed which led to the founding of Radio Peace in 1993. (en)
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  • Radio Peace (en)
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