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An Encore Presentation of S+L’s Fall Preview Show

September 9, 2008
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I always think of September as a time of new beginning; the changing of seasons, the beginning of school for many, the return to the regular routine of work, and for those in the world of television -- the debut of new programming!
It's no different here at Salt + Light as we have a slate of new programming beginning this fall and you can learn all about it on our hour long Fall Preview show.
I'm joined in studio by Mary Rose Bacani, David Naglieri and Michèle Nuzzo as they discuss upcoming projects. Alicia Ambrosio, Kris Dmytrenko, Pedro Guevara Mann, and Gillian Kantor weigh in on what they're working on as well. The director of Catholic TV, Fr. Robert Reed, has a special guest appearance and our CEO, Fr. Thomas Rosica reviews the last busy five months, discusses what's coming up, and comments on the Gabriel Awards.
If you missed it this past Sunday, you can catch the Preview Show in the afternoon of Wednesday, September 10th, at 2pm, or later that day at 9pm ET. It will also be broadcast on September 11th, at 5pm ET.
We look forward to bringing you another season of inspiring and entertaining Catholic programming!

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