The Station of the Cross

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The Station of the Cross
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Slogan "Proclaiming the fullness of truth with clarity and charity."
First air date August 15, 1999
Format Religious (Catholic)
Owner Holy Family Communications
Website www.thestationofthecross.com

The Station of the Cross is a network of Catholic radio stations owned and operated by Holy Family Communications. It is an affiliate of the EWTN Global Catholic Radio network.

Current stations[edit]

State City Call Sign Frequency Area Beginning End
New York Elma WLOF 101.7 MHz Buffalo August 15, 1999
Elmira WMTQ 88.1 MHz Elmira/Corning February 7, 2011
Rochester WHIC 1460 kHz Rochester July 1, 2003
Fleming WTMI 88.7 MHz Syracuse April 2012
Massachusetts Natick WQOM 1060 kHz Boston November 1, 2010

Former stations[edit]

State City Call Sign Frequency Area Beginning End
Pennsylvania Farrell WLOA 1470 kHz Mahoning Valley March 4, 2003 July 7, 2005
Olyphant WQOR 750 kHz Wyoming Valley June 17, 2003 April 1, 2008[1]
Pittston WITK 1550 kHz Wyoming Valley May 29, 2005 September 1, 2007

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