Welcome to the website for the voice of Catholicism on the airwaves in southeastern North Carolina. You're at the right place if you want to learn about or listen to truly Catholic shows like Catholic Answers Live, the Drew Mariani Show, and many, many more including our own Carolina Catholic show.
Wilmington Catholic Radio can be heard on our three affiliate stations in the greater Wilmington area.
|93.1 FM||WBPL-LP||Downtown Wilmington|
|103.1 FM||WJSS-LP||Bradley Creek|
|91.7 FM||WJSI-LP||Porter's Neck|
Carolina Catholic and the Human Trafficking Epidemic
For our first show in July, Mario and Judi Paparozzi will talk about the rising epidemic of human trafficking happening right here in the United States and even in Wilmington, NC. Judi teaches this subject at UNC Pembroke and hosted its first annual Human Trafficking Conference this past November. In this show, she and Mario will talk about the ten things every American should know about human trafficking including topics such as what grocery products are made with child labor, the use of child suicide bombers, the connection between terrorism and trafficking, and how to recognize human trafficking in our midst.
This show will air Saturdays at 11 am and Sundays at 6 pm. The dates are Saturdays, July 2 and 9, and Sundays, June 3 and 10.
Traditional Latin Mass, July 24
The Lower Cape Fear Deanery sponsors a Traditional Latin Mass on the fourth Sunday of each month at the Basilica Shrine of Saint Mary at the corner of 5th and Ann Streets in downtown Wilmington. Mass is offered at 5pm.
Confessions will be held prior to Mass until 4:45.
Click the link above for the Mass propers. Bring your 1962 Missal and bring a friend!
Carolina Catholic talks to Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie
For our first show in June, we speak with Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, a medical doctor, mother of five, and a policy advisor for The Catholic Association. She writes and speaks in both Spanish and English about Catholicism, religious freedom, and the intersection of faith and science. As a Hispanic, she brings a special focus on social issues that affect the growing Latino population, such as the state of the family and the real needs of the poor and marginalized. As a physician, she is able to address complex subjects relating to government health policy and its true impact on the people it purports to help. We focus in this show on her May 9, 2016 opinion piece in the New York Post entitled, “The ACLU’s deadly anti-Catholic vendetta," which challenges this report from the ACLU: Health Care Denied.
The show has aired for the month but can be listened to here.