Mater Dei Radio Celebrates Our 30th Year
with EWTN’s Dr. David Anders!
Mater Dei Radio wants to thank you for being an important part of our ministry with an invitation to be our guest for one of our special celebrations with Dr. David Anders, Host of EWTN’s “Called to Communion“. Equip yourself for 2019! Don’t miss Dr. David Anders’ presentation “How the Catholic Church Saved My Marriage” on Friday and Saturday evenings, January 18th and 19th, at 7:00 p.m. in Tigard and Salem.
Holy Mass will be celebrated at 5:00 p.m. each night with a light reception between Mass and the start of the presentation. Join Mater Dei Radio for one of these exciting evenings:
- Friday, January 18th, at 7:00 p.m. – Francis Hall at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 9905 SW McKenzie Street in Tigard. Tickets Here
- Saturday, January 19th, at 7:00 p.m. – Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 4227 Lone Oak Road SE in Salem. Tickets Here
As a guest of Mater Dei Radio, you can enjoy up to four complimentary tickets for this memorable evening. The tickets are free, but very limited. You will also be given an opportunity to make a gift to our ministry during the presentation. We look forward to seeing you, your family, and friends as Mater Dei Radio celebrates our 30th year of changing lives through the power of Catholic media!
About Dr. David Anders: Dr. David Anders is an educator and radio host based in Birmingham, Alabama. He hosts the popular “Called to Communion” program on the EWTN Global Catholic Network, and serves as the Director of Education and Lifelong Learning for the Diocese of Birmingham.
Dr. Anders’ latest book “The Catholic Church Saved My Marriage: Discovering Hidden Grace in the Sacrament of Matrimony” chronicles how he and his wife made the journey from contempt to compatibility through learning about, and fully embracing, the Church’s teaching on marriage. The account is a strong defense of the Church’s most controversial teachings, including divorce, remarriage, gay marriage, and contraception.