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A New Season of Lectio Divina Begins this Sunday

October 3, 2008
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A new season of Lectio Divina with Archbishop Thomas Collins begins this Sunday at 9pm ET on Salt + Light. The theme of this year is, appropriately, "A Year with St. Paul." His Grace will be exploring Acts 9:1-22, the Conversion of Saul, in this particular episode.
As the Archbishop delves into the conversion story he offers an interesting reflection on Ananias -- the disciple at Damascus who is instructed by the Lord to seek out Saul. As you will see, there's a little Ananias in all of us.
Join us Sunday night, October 5th, at 9pm ET for Lectio Divina with Archbishop Collins.

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