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K-of-C: Live S+L Coverage of the Knights of Columbus Convention from Quebec City

August 5, 2008
k-of-c-logo.jpgIt's been a busy spring and summer for us at Salt + Light Television.
April featured the Holy Father's trip to the United States, May brought us the Catholic Media Convention. In June we celebrated the wonderful Eucharistic Congress, and just a couple of weeks ago the world traveled to Sydney for an incredible WYD. Now August brings us back to Quebec City for the Knights of Columbus 126th Supreme Convention!
Be sure to stay tuned to Salt + Light from Tuesday to Thursday as we bring you continuous coverage of this Convention -- the Masses, special presentations, sights and sounds. (Click HERE for our broadcast schedule. ) Zoom will be broadcast from Quebec City on Tuesday and Wednesday with a full wrap of the day's events too.
The Knights do phenomenal work, and hopefully the next three days will provide viewers with a better understanding of what a gift they are to the Church and to our communities!
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