Today on Perspectives: Pope Francis shares the two things that mark real Christians, Cardinal Gerald Lacroix has a challenge for Canadians as euthanasia becomes legal, and the man considered the memory of the Church and the Second Vatican Council dies at 100.
On Today’s edition of Perspectives Pope Francis asks everyone to pray for Syria. Also, an Ottawa newspaper digs up the numbers about sex abuse cases on Ottawa.
For the first time in years a pope and grand imam have met formally. We have the details. Plus details have been released about the next World Meeting of Families, and we have a special invitation for viewers in Vancouver.
Tonight on Perspectives: Best-selling authors Tom Corcoran and Fr. Michael White speak about their book series “Rebuilt” and “Rebuilding Your Message” ahead of our Sunday, May 22nd episode of Subject Matters.
On today’s edition of Perspectives, Pope Francis has some pointed words about the lure of worldly things like power and vanity. We have an update on World Youth Day from the organizing committee in Krakow. And if you’re in Vancouver you’ll want to hear the details of our upcoming fundraiser in Vancouver.
In today’s episodes of Perspectives Daily, we feature some of our coverage from the March For Life Rally in Ottawa.
Our team on the ground spent the day filming and interviewing people about why this event is important to them.
Here is a small sample of our coverage.
Tonight on Perspectives: Pope Francis speaks of missionaries; the Holy Door opens at Midland; and a special report on the Prayer Vigil to Dry Tears.
On today’s edition of Perspectives: the pope prays for Fort McMurray while neighbouring dioceses help the relief effort. As well we have details on the Regina Caeli and the pope’s Charlemagne Prize.
Today on Perspectives, an overview of the pope’s weekend activities and a priest known for his civil disobedience is remembered.
In this episode of Perspectives Daily, we look at a report from CNS about how church leaders are faced the reality of having to continue to function with fewer priests while the number of priests coming out from the seminary not being equal with the number of priests retiring.
Tickets are still available for the upcoming S+L Taste and See dinner Gala hosted by the Archdiocese of Vancouver on May 28, 2016
With World Youth Day in Krakow is just around the corner and many of those interested in attending are asking questions about travel visas. Our friends at the World Youth Day volunteer office in Krakow have some answers.
Premiering on Salt and Light TV this Sunday, academy award winner Susan Sarandon takes you into the life of one of the most significant spiritual influencers of the late 20th century, Henri Nowen. This film Journey of the Heart, is a thought-provoking look at the life of this unassuming, charismatic scholar considered by many of his contemporaries as one of the best and brightest minds of his time. Abandoning the insular works of academia, Nouwen embarked on a radical and personal pilgrimage of downward mobility that led him to L’Arche, a community of people with developmental disabilities.
A Roman Catholic priest, University of Notre Dame, Yale and Harvard professor, author and social activist, Nouwen possessed a unique insight into the human condition. Through his many books, which continue to be widely popular, Nouwen wrote passionately and eloquently about our human frailty and brokenness, while identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of today.
This documentary features an inspiring conversation with Nouwen shot just a year before his death. Interviews with key friends, prominent colleagues and family members help complete the picture of this unique man of faith – a person of passion and compassion. Journey of the Heart airs this Sunday at 9:05 pm eastern. For all the broadcast details, you can visit our site at saltandlighttv.org/schedule
See you next week!