We are looking for families and groups of people that would be willing to record prayers and devotions that will be aired on WJVM 90.3 FM.  Examples of groups would be: organized groups (e.g. Catholic Daughters, Knights of Columbus, etc.), people who get together to pray (e.g. prayer groups, rosary groups, etc.), anyone who would like to get a group of people together to pray. 


Right now we have 5 time slots every month:


  • 1st Thursday Divine Mercy Chaplet

  • 2nd Tuesday Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary

  • 2nd Saturday Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary

  • 4th Tuesday St. Brigid Prayers

  • 4th Saturday Seven Sorrows Chaplet


If you are interested in praying one of these devotions, please email us at  Please include which devotion you would like to pray and your availability.  The recordings take about an hour which includes time for set up, instructions, and prayer.  

Our Bishop

Bishop Mark Bartchark

Bishop Mark Bartchak

Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown


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