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Encores for Br. André

October 21, 2010
For all of you who weren’t able to catch the Salt + Light coverage of the canonization of Br. André Bessette this past weekend, don’t worry. 1921 - Chapel of St Joseph
Salt + Light is rebroadcasting the canonization coverage on Saturday, October 30th, at 10 am ET.
You also have the option of viewing it at any time online.  Go to the canonization page: www.saltandlighttv.org/brotherandre.
And tune in next week for a new Catholic Focus episode entitled Remembering Brother André.  In this program, you’ll learn more about Saint Joseph’s Oratory itself and the pilgrims who go there, as well as other unique stories.
Catholic Focus:  Remembering Brother André episode will air on Thursday, October 28th, at 7:00pm/11:00pm ET or 8pm PT, with a repeat on Saturday, October 30th, at the same times.
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