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On Wednesday, a bomb exploded in Mexico just outside the office of the Mexican Bishop’s Conference, adjacent to the country’s most visited religious site: The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The motive for the July 25 explosion remains a mystery, though some at the Bishop’s Conference say the incident reflects the violence suffered by ...read more
Join Salt + Light Television as we bring you coverage of the 135th annual Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus, live from St. Louis, Missouri. Our coverage will feature powerful stories of hope and charity and exclusive interviews with Cardinals, Bishops, Knights and church leaders. For more information and to view the full schedule, ...read more
The staff of Salt + Light Media come from 14 different countries. This summer, for Canada’s 150th anniversary, we are reflecting on what makes Canada so special to each of us. Here Alexander Du, Chief Operating Officer, reflects on his family’s Canadian story. As I read, watch and hear the amazing stories about Canada’s past, ...read more
It was exactly one year ago today, that Fr. Jacques Hamel, an 85-year-old priest in France, was killed while celebrating Mass after two gunmen, claiming allegiance to the Islamic State, stormed his church in Normandy and took him along with four others hostage in a violent attack. An anniversary Mass was held earlier today at ...read more
Today on Perspectives Daily, the Cardinal Archbishop of Quebec, Cardinal Lacroix shares with us how the Catholic-Muslim relationship has changed for Canadians especially in Quebec. But first, the parents of the terminally-ill baby Charlie Guard, have ended their legal battle to take their child from London to the U.S. for experimental treatment. The decision was ...read more
Pope John Paul’s remarks upon arriving in Toronto on Tuesday, July 23, 2002 for World Youth Day 2002 “Young people from all parts of the world are gathering for the World Youth Day. With their gifts of intelligence and heart they represent the future of the world. But they also bear the marks of a ...read more
Let’s begin in Rome where yesterday, the Pope addressed the crowds gathered at St.Peter’s square for his Sunday Angelus address. He focused his message on the Gospel passage of St. Matthew, where an enemy secretly plants weeds alongside the wheat in a master’s field. The Pope invited us to recognize that we are all sinners and ...read more