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Broadcasting daily from Toronto, Canada, Radio Teopoli is a Catholic public radio program that offers all people the possibility of joyfully entering into dialogue with the mystery of God’s message of salvation revealed fully in Christ Jesus and faithfully proclaimed by the Catholic Church. Guided by a faithful love for the Truth, Radio Teopoli exists to inspire, inform, instruct, encourage, and invite all people of goodwill to a life of holiness.

Radio Teopoli will introduce topics that will interest and support the listeners to make morally correct choices according to the revealed Word of God and the teaching of the Catholic Church.  It intervenes and invites others to become involved for the sake of defending the Truth, the rights of individuals, just causes and the dignity and sacredness of human life.

English Programming:

Click on the desired show to listen to the latest program.

CCBI – Conversations in Bioethics
Priests for Life Canada – The Pro-Life Hour
Dr. Josie Lombardi – The New Evangelization & Mary’s Cafe
Fr. Bill Trusz  – A Walk on the Little Way
Ryan & Melissa – The Spiritual Stretch
Fr. Cedric Pisegna C.P.  Live with Passion
Lou Iacobelli – Building a Culture of Life
Faith Connections – Get Connected Toronto
Anna Maria & Eliseo – Merciful Redeemer of Love
Al Smith – Your Life is Worth Living
Jonathon Van Maren – The Bridgehead
Victor Penney- Culture of Truth
Dr. Selim Nakla- Natural Medicine
Dorothy Pilarski on the Radio
John McIlroy – Catholic Voices in the Public Square
Angela Saggese – Faith Formation
Fr. Claudio Piccinini C.P. – Sr. Carmelina Hour

Italian Programming:

Fr. Amedeo Nardone – Chiesa 2000 (Italian)
Vatican News & Feature programming

Phone in during our programs: 416-233-7368/416-233-8227

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm English on AM530 Toronto

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