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The 12 Days of Christmas with the Salt+Light Family

December 23, 2008
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Zoom will go on a Christmas hiatus, as usual, this year with Monday the 22nd being the last day. However, we won't be leaving you without something to watch. From December 26th to January 4th at 7pm you can join me as I sit down with a different member of the S+L family to find out what helps them connect with Christmas. We'll also be playing these segments throughout our regular daily programming until January 6th.
You'll meet S+L's newest team member, our Australian intern James Lucas, as he tells us how his family celebrates Christmas in Sydney, French language producer Sebastien Lacroix explains why his grandmother's Tourtiere is more than just food, Matthew Harrison tells us about seeing the actual place of the Nativity in the Holy Land, while an expectant Gillian Kantor tells us what it's like to prepare for a new baby at Christmas. The series caps off with Fr. Thomas Rosica sharing his most unforgettable Christmas moments.
Pull up a chair, grab some hot chocolate, and enjoy this little gift from us to you. Then, don't forget to stay tuned for Catholic Focus!

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