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Restoration Radio Network

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Restoration Radio Network
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Type internet radio
Purpose Traditional Catholicism
Alternative media

The Restoration Radio Network, also known as True Restoration, is an internet radio network and affiliated information outlet, with news and publishing press based in the United States. The radio shows are from a traditional Catholic and Sedevacantist perspective, often featuring conversations with figures such as Bishop Daniel Dolan and Fr. Anthony Cekeda, as well as prominent laymen such as Charles Coulombe. The purpose of the network is to "restore all things in Christ" and disseminate traditional Catholic doctrine and morals to a wide audience. It also keeps an eye on what the Vatican II Church is up to.

True Restoration Press

True Restoration Press is a Catholic publisher and media company committed to printing new and notable Catholic authors, with an intent to "restore all things in Christ" per the motto of Pope St. Pius X. It identifies "solely with the Roman Catholic Church that existed in its doctrinal and liturgical purity prior to the Second Vatican Council." Founded and operated by Stephen Heiner, it has published four volumes of the letters of Bishop Richard Williamson as well as a volume of sonnets and other poems in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Heiner also interviews with prominent Traditional Catholic clergy and thinkers, and professionally films traditional liturgies and ordinations, the videos of which are available for an individual fee or by subscription.


  • Bishop Richard N. Williamson. Letters from the Rector of St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary.
  • Father Lawrence Smith. We Call Thee Blessed: Poems For and Inspired by Our Lady.


External links

Part of this article consists of modified text from Metapedia (which sadly became a Zionist shill), page http:en.metapedia.org/wiki/Restoration Radio Network and/or Wikipedia (is liberal-bolshevistic), page http:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restoration Radio Network, and the article is therefore licensed under GFDL.