AM 1050 – Seattle – KBLE

  • The flagship station of the Sacred Heart Radio Network, AM 1050 has been on the air since 2001. It is located in Seattle, and serves the Greater Puget Sound. It has a 5000-watt daytime signal and a 440-watt nighttime signal. With a potential listening audience of 3.5 million people, this is the 13th largest radio market in the country.

AM 970 – Spokane – KTTO

  • The Spokane station came on the air in 2005. The bishops of Spokane have embraced AM 970 since its inception, hosting a show called Time with the Bishop. The station is housed in the monastery of the Poor Clare Nuns in Spokane.

FM 88.1 – Yakima – KYTR

  • The Yakima studio is located in the chancery. Bishop Joseph J. Tyson is an enthusiastic radio supporter, with plans to grow a multi-station network within his diocese. Plans are underway for Spanish-language stations in the Diocese of Yakima. Stay tuned!

FM 88.3 – Kodiak – KBKO

  • The Kodiak, Alaska station came on the air in 2012 on the feast of St. John the Baptist. It is truly “a voice crying out in the wilderness.” Kodiak is the nation’s second-largest island, and boasts one Catholic parish of 400 families, in a city of 6000.

AM 1240 – Olympia – KBUP

  • Catholic radio came to Olympia and the South Sound in 2014. Catholic radio in Olympia started 90 years ago within the walls of St. Martin’s University, and after a long hiatus is once again on the air, broadcasting Catholic content.