2017-03-26

RADIO VERITAS ASIA, PICTURES FROM THE CONFERENCE OF BAHARAMPUR


Si sta svolgendo oggi, nella città indiana del Bengala Occidentale Bahrampur, una conferenza incontro organizzata dal servizio in lingua bengali di Radio Veritas Asia, l'emittente religiosa cattolica  che dal 1969 trasmette il suo messaggio nelle principali lingue del sud est asiatico. La stazione fu inaugurata ufficialmente a Manila, Isole Filippine da Papa Paolo VI nel corso del suo famoso viaggio del 1970 quando subì anche un attentato alla sua vita sventato da Monsignor Marcinkus. L'inaugurazione è ricordata anche dal sito dell'emittente con queste parole: "In 1970 Pope Paul VI inaugurated RVA in Manila with these words: "This great enterprise and such an important work should echo the teachings of Christ and lift hearts to God's truth and love." Pope John Paul II’s visit to the station in 1981 yet again sealed the relevance of the shortwave station for the Church's task of evangelization by his description of RVA as the "voice of Asian Christianity." And in "Ecclesia in Asia," the Pope in 1999 referred to Radio Veritas as an "excellent instrument of mission."  Altro grande nome legato a questa emittente è quello del Cancelliere tedesco Konrad Adenauer che, come ricorda ancora  il sito,  fin dal 1960 fu un grande sponsor di questa iniziativa:  "God’s generosity was experienced in realizing this project because the German Church came forward to help the Asian Bishops to great dream. On October 11, 1960, Conference, the Chancellor of Germany, Konrad Adenauer committed in realizing this dream project of Radio Veritas Asia. On the part of the Church, the following promised financial support: the Propagation of the Faith; the Bishops’ Conference of Germany; the Archdiocese of Cologne; the mission aid societies Missio, Misereor, Aid to the Church in Need, and the Holy Childhood Association."
L'emittente tiene annualmente la sua conferenza incontro con gli ascoltatori in diverse località dell'India. Le fotografie dell'incontro sono del dxer e appassionato filatelico indiano Siddharta Bhattacharjee che ringraziamo. 


Is taking place today in the Indian city of West Bengal Baharampur, a conference meeting organized by the Bengali language service of Radio Veritas Asia, the Catholic religious broadcaster since 1969 transmits its message in the main languages ​​of Southeast Asia. The station was officially inaugurated in Manila, Philippine Islands by Pope Paul VI during his famous voyage of 1970 when it also suffered a foiled attempt on his life by Monsignor Marcinkus. The opening is also remembered by the issuer's site with these words: In 1970 Pope Paul VI in Manila Inaugurated RVA with these words: "This great enterprise and such an important work Should echo the teachings of Christ and lift hearts to God's truth and I love. " Pope John Paul II's visit to the station in 1981 yet again sealed the relevance of the shortwave station for the Church's task of evangelization by His description of RVA as the "voice of Asian Christianity." And in "Ecclesia in Asia," the Pope in 1999 Referred to Radio Veritas as an "excellent instrument of mission." Other big name attached to this station is that of the German Konrad Adenauer Chancellor who, as still remembers the website, since 1960 was a major sponsor of this initiative: God's generosity was experienced in Realizing this project Because the German Church came forward to help the Asian Bishops to great dream. On October 11, 1960 Conference, the Chancellor of Germany, Konrad Adenauer committed in Realizing this dream project of Radio Veritas Asia. On the part of the Church, the Following promised financial support: the Propagation of the Faith; the Bishops' Conference of Germany; the Archdiocese of Cologne; the mission aid societies Missio, Misereor, Aid to the Church in Need, and the Holy Childhood Association.
The issuer holds its annual conference meeting with listeners in different locations of India. The meeting of the photographs are dxer and passionate philatelist Indian Siddhartha Bhattacharjee and we thank them.



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RADIO VERITAS ASIA tuned here  in Italy today afternoon on 11870 KHz

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