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Feast of the Transfiguration of our Lord – Sunday, August 6th, 2017 The theological meaning of the Transfiguration is central to our understanding of the mission of Jesus of Nazareth. It was not only Jesus who was “transfigured” on Mount Tabor but also Peter, James and John who were transformed with him. Their eyes were ...read more
This week, we begin our coverage of the Knights of Columbus 135th Supreme Convention in St.Louis, Missouri. This annual event runs from August 1 to August 3rd but today, Francis Denis talks to Fr. Thomas Rosica on location, about the close relationship and history, between the Knights of Columbus and Salt and Light over the ...read more
Excerpts of Fr. Thomas Rosica’s address on “The Ignatian Qualities of the Petrine Ministry of Pope Francis” to the National Religious Vocation Conference Convocation in Kansas City, Kansas on October 29, 2016. Over 300 vocation ministers of men’s and women’s communities from 30 states in the USA as well as from Belize, Canada, England, Ghana, ...read more
There aren’t a lot of things that bring Canada together; that make us feel like we are all part of this great country. I mean, do people in Vancouver feel like they are one and the same as people in Charlottetown or St. John’s? Do people in Whitehorse feel a kinship with the people of ...read more
The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international Catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. On this special encore edition of ...read more
(Among the millions of Canadians who oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada are Roman Catholics, some of whom rallied on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario in June of 2016. CNS photo/Art Babych) The staff of Salt + Light Media come from 14 different countries. This summer, for Canada’s 150th anniversary, we are reflecting on ...read more
Sir George-Étienne Cartier (1814-1873), 1st Baronet, PC was a French-Canadian statesman and Father of Confederation. Born in a family of Merchants, 7th of 8 children, George-Étienne Cartier got a Catholic education with the Suplicians in Montreal. A lawyer by profession, his political commitment brought him in a journey from the “patriotes” to Father of the ...read more
In Fr. Rob Galea's video he talks about the virtue humility, with insight on his perspective. ...read more
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