Radio Veritas Asia (RVA) is a media platform of the Catholic Church in Asia for sharing Christ with all Asians. Started in 1969 as a continental Catholic radio station to serve Asian countries in their respective local languages, RVA earned the tag “the Voice of Asian Christianity.”
Responding to the emerging media context, in 2018, RVA moved from short-wave radio to digital media platforms. RVA proclaims the Good News through websites and all the social media platforms in English and 21 Asian Languages.
In 1974, the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) assumed full responsibility for RVA. which was renewed and formalized by the “Bandung Covenant” making RVA a common project of the Church in Asia, under the FABC Office of Social Communications (FABC-OSC).
Today RVA has emerged as the digital voice of the Church in Asia, engaging both "global" and "local" Asians in continuous dialogue on religion, culture, and solidarity with the poor.