On Wednesday, April 17, the Romanian Patriarchate’s official Radio station celebrated its 21st anniversary, remembering their first radio broadcast on Good Friday in 1998.
92,7 FM frequency became Trinitas Radio in 1998 with their first radio studio being located at the 17th-century Golia Monastery in Iasi.
Today, Trinitas Radio broadcasts throughout Romania on analogue with 53 frequencies, and online.
Shows are recorded in radio studios located in Bucharest, Iasi, Sibiu, and Craiova.
As a department, the Radio station was established in 1996 at the initiative of His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel, who served at that time as Metropolitan of Moldavia and Bukovina.
The Trinitas Radio daily schedule includes divine services, religious programs, news briefings, Orthodox Christian music, talk programming covering religious, social, psychological topics.
The Radio station’s name Trinitas is the Latin for Trinity.