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Dear Friend…(January 2024)

It’s wonderful to begin the year celebrating Mary, the Mother of God, a figure of profound significance. Her motherhood emphasizes her pivotal role in Christ’s life, reminding us of her enduring compassion and understanding. Just as Mary experienced challenges during Jesus’ birth, she empathizes with the struggles of vulnerable people today, especially those facing poverty and conflict. KNOM radio offers hope to remote communities in Western Alaska, providing companionship in the midst of harsh conditions. Your support means so much; thank you! As we embark on this new year, may Mother Mary’s blessings enrich your lives with peace, hope, and an abundance of God’s grace.

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We acknowledge that KNOM Radio Mission is located on the customary lands of Indigenous peoples. 

Based in the Bering Strait region, KNOM broadcasts throughout the homelands of the Iñupiaq, Siberian Yup’ik, Cup’ik and Yup’ik peoples.