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EWTN Expands Spanish Language Service to New England

.- Cox Communications Company in New England recently announced that they would add EWTN Español to their Paquete Latino lineup.

According to the Eternal Word Television Network, “Customers who subscribe to Cox' Paquete Latino will now be able to watch EWTN Español, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week on channel 318.”

President of EWTN, Michael Warsaw commented, "We are pleased that Cox subscribers in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts can now receive EWTN Español, and know that our viewers are grateful for this addition to their cable service."

Cox subscribers around New England will now have twenty-four hour a day access to family oriented programming, daily Mass, Catholic news, talk shows, music, and children’s programming all available in the Spanish language.

EWTN is the world’s largest religious media network reaching 104 million homes in 110 countries and 16 territories. Poor Claire nun, and renowned teacher Mother Angelica founded the Catholic media giant in 1981.

According to EWTN, “Beyond the broadcast vision,… first and foremost, the spiritual heart of the EWTN mission is to bring the Eternal Word of Jesus Christ to all.”


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