Radio Station Information
KSHJ 1430 AM
City of License:
La Promesa Foundation
KSHJ is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1430 KHz. The station is licensed to Houston, TX and is part of the Houston-Galveston, TX radio market. The station broadcasts Religious programming and goes by the name "Guadalupe Radio Network" on the air. KSHJ is owned by La Promesa Foundation.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Just found out we have ewtn locally, we were actually looking to apply to bring ewtn to Houston. Glad it is here "eWTN". Today is my first day listening to KSHJ. Program I am listening to right now, making me think about several things.
By: Angelina Lena on July 12, 2013
Found your channel and would like to listen on my iPhone is there an app to be able to do this? LOVE this radio station, have shared with two friends so far about you, one a recent convert to Catholicism. May God bless you and this station.
By: KB on July 28, 2013
KSHJ 1430 AM has been on the air for a year, presenting a solid lineup of CATHOLIC programs including EWTN 24 hours every day. My question: Why is it so difficult to get Pastors, etc. in EVERY PARISH covered by this station to include even a very small mention about KSHJ in their weekly bulletins ?? Many Parishioners are not aware of KSHJ and the value it presents to EVERYONE, Catholics and otherwise. Evangelization of CATHOLICS especially is of URGENT importance !! The existence of CHRISIANITY is crumbling before our eyes and Clergy and Laity are still being overwhelmed by the evils of SECULARISM !! It's almost too late to "circle the wagons" !!
By: Thomas White on April 14, 2014
First time to hear the Catholic Radio 1430 am Keep up the good works. Also, if youcan help what the full name of Father Leo___ he was on Thrusday 12,2015. He was giving a talk in San Antonio in 2009 if I heard right. His web site would help also. God BLESS THE STATION.
By: joe sierra on February 12, 2015
Why is this fantastic religious station called "Urban" in the description above when it is clearly Religious/Catholic/Christian? It seems misleading to say the least! I listen every time I'm in the car, which is A LOT, lol! Wouldn't calling it "religious" invite more listeners? I know that many Protestants are regular listeners because it's the only religious station with so much Christian information.
By: Barbara Curtis on August 2, 2020
AM 1430 in Houston is the Guadalupe radio network with religious programming from EWTN.
By: Elle on December 17, 2020
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