My visit to the Oblate’s radio station in Mongu, Zambia

I spent Monday in Mongu, Zambia visiting the Oblate radio station “Radio Liseli”!imageThis station reaches far into remote areas of western Zambia with many types of spiritual and community programs. ┬áDuring the day I met many wonderful people that are part of this amazing team.image

One of the Oblate’s goals with Radio Liseli is to provide a reliable source of electricity to the station using solar power panels. This will allow them to stay on the air more consistently when the station experiences blackout or brownout of electric power.Radio tower

Author: John Wagner

I work for the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Belleville, Illinois in the USA. The Oblates are a Roman Catholic congregation of priests and brothers founded after the French Revolution by St. Eugene De Mazenod to work among the poor. Today there are nearly 4,000 missionaries working in more than 60 countries around the world.

2 thoughts on “My visit to the Oblate’s radio station in Mongu, Zambia”

  1. It was a good time spending time with you guys.
    We hope and trust that work will be fruitful. May God bless you.

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