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A reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Lent The question is often raised, “If God is good, why is there evil in the world?” Sometimes this dilemma is even used as a proof that God does not exist – ...read more
Lets begin in Rome today where the Pope addressed the pilgrims at his weekly General Audience at St.Peter’s square. This morning, Pope Francis encouraged Christians to always put their trust in God ...read more
Following the resignation of its founding member Marie Collins, The Pontifical Commission that is charged with addressing clergy sex-abuse issues vowed to continue To seek input from victims & sur ...read more
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Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year A – April 2nd, 2017 Ezekiel’s dramatic vision and ours The historical background of today’s first reading from Ezekiel 37:12-14 is the great vision of the valley o ...read more
Much has happened in the past few days but, let’s start in Rome, where Pope Francis addressed pilgrims during his Sunday Angelus, taking inspiration from the Gospel reading, in which Jesus restores ...read more
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Like most other people, I had no idea who Archbishop Bergoglio was. When he stepped out on the balcony to make himself known to the world as Pope Francis, there was scant little I could’ve told ...read more
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Last week we looked at the RCIA program: the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults. We saw that this process is pretty standard throughout the universal Church. We also saw that (in previous posts, ...read more
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How can we find God in the upper room in our lives today? This week, Mons. Peter Vaghi tells us about his new book; Billy Chan learns more about how to read the Bible and Gillian Kantor learns somethi ...read more
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This afternoon, Pope Francis received the 27 European Union heads of State and Government at a private audience in the Vatican’s Sala Regia. The encounter takes place on the eve of the 60th annivers ...read more
Fr. Rob Galea talks about Fasting and how to prepare for it. ...read more
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A reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Lent The question is often raised, “If God is good, why is there evil in the world?” Sometimes this dilemma is even used as a proof that God does not exist – ...read more
Lets begin in Rome today where the Pope addressed the pilgrims at his weekly General Audience at St.Peter’s square. This morning, Pope Francis encouraged Christians to always put their trust in God ...read more
Following the resignation of its founding member Marie Collins, The Pontifical Commission that is charged with addressing clergy sex-abuse issues vowed to continue To seek input from victims & sur ...read more
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Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year A – April 2nd, 2017 Ezekiel’s dramatic vision and ours The historical background of today’s first reading from Ezekiel 37:12-14 is the great vision of the valley o ...read more
Much has happened in the past few days but, let’s start in Rome, where Pope Francis addressed pilgrims during his Sunday Angelus, taking inspiration from the Gospel reading, in which Jesus restores ...read more
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Subject Matters
NEW Subject Matters is not your typical book show. It serves as both a response and a reminder: a response to the demands of the technological age by its infusion of the rich, imaginative content of books into the best and most creative audio/visual elements; and a reminder...
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Sr. Rosemary McDonald
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Witness: Sr. Rosemary McDonald
Sr. Rosemary MacDonald has been a member of the Sisters of St. Martha of Prince Edward Island for 33 years. Her ministries focused in the field of hea... view more
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Church reform under Pope Francis
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Perspectives on Church reform under Pope Francis
Pope Francis was elected to reform the Vatican and inspire the Church anew. How much progress has he made in four years? Church historian an... view more
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Lent
NEW Blessed Journeys 2017 - Salt + Light invites you on a spiritual journey to the very home of our Christian faith. From October 25th – November 4th, 2017 follow in the footsteps of Christ as you are invited to join us on a journey to Israel, Palestine and Jordan for 11 days of prayer
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Creation
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Creation - Why should we care for the environment? This is the question that Salt + Light, in partnership with the Environmental Science and Studies Department of the University Of St. Thomas in Houston, addresses with this new six-part documentary series ... view more
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Connect5 - How are you going to spend the next five minutes of your time? How about meeting a fascinating person and learning something? Sit down with host Sebastian Gomes and his various guests, and go straight to the heart of the matter. It will be five minutes well spent...
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Vatican Connections
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The Vatican. One of the most misunderstood institutions on earth. Vatican Connections will help shed some light on what goes on behind Vatican walls and what that means for the rest of us who live outside those walls. ... view more
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Lectio Divina
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Lectio Divina is not a catechesis or a teaching but it is a prayer, a divine reading, a personal encounter with God in Sacred Scripture. Each episode begins with a glimpse of Cardinal Collins presiding over Vespers at St. Michael's Cathedral in downtown Toronto. Lectio Divina follows immediately afterwards.
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Lent
The Seven Last Words of Christ - Reflections by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB: Jesus’s final words, as he lay dying on the cross, have become for us powerful expressions of the profound compassion and humanity of the one we call Christ.
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Lent
Lent on S+L - Ash Wednesday is one of the most important holy days in the Roman Catholic Church. It signifies the beginning of the Lenten season, a season of fasting, prayer and almsgiving. This lent, Salt and Light TV invites you to journey through Lent with us towards Easter.
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With the Smell of the Sheep
With the Smell of the Sheep - The Pope Speaks to Priests, Bishops, and Other Shepherds. This comprehensive collection of texts by Pope Francis is an absolute gem and an indispensable resource for any pastoral minister in the Church... view more
This Side of Eden
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This side of Eden

From the grand to the mundane, life at Westminster Abbey in Mission, B.C., is anything but ordinary. This Side of Eden presents a poetic, compelling and richly intimate portrait of the Benedictine Monks in the days of Holy Week and the Easter Triduum.
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Biblical Reflections
NEW Biblical Reflections – Fr. Thomas Rosica is a priest of the Congregation of St. Basil. In February, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Fr. Rosica a Consultor to the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. read now
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NEW Salt + Light Magazine 2016/17 Edition – Salt and Light Magazine is a high-quality seasonal publication that is widely distributed across Canada. Written in both English and French, the publication features guest columns, in-depth features and highlights from Salt + Light programs and initiatives... ...
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