As of 2015, Catholic radio stations in the United States include Eternal World Television Network, Ave Maria Radio, Spirit Catholic Radio, Sacred Heart Radio Network and Relevant Radio. Other Catholic radio networks include Radio Maria, Immaculate Heart Radio and Guadalupe Radio Network.
EWTN is a global Catholic network that offers radio and television broadcasts. Started in 1982, the network features programs that communicate teachings based on the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. The radio station airs shows such as "Son Rise Morning Show," "Women of Grace," "The Good Fight" and "Register Radio." EWTN has several affiliate radio stations that broadcast some of its programs.
Ave Maria Radio is a listener-supported network that operates radio stations in metro Detroit and central Michigan. The radio station offers news, teachings, analysis and music that relate to the teaching of Jesus Christ through His church. The station carries shows such as "Church and Culture," "More 2 Life," "Fully Alive" and "Catholic Connection."
Spirit Catholic Radio offers coverage in Nebraska, western Iowa and parts of the Midwest. Spirit Catholic Radio focuses on local programming, including special local events, features and local shows. Some programs on the radio station include "Spirit Mornings," "Inside the Pages," "Christ is the Answer with Fr. Riccardo" and "The Doctor is In."