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Programming Not to Miss on S+L This Weekend!

December 19, 2008
We've got a great lineup of new programming this weekend on Salt + Light Television.
As you know, Nothing More Beautiful premieres at 8pm and 12:30am ET on Friday, December 19th (with a Saturday 12:30pm ET repeat).
On Saturday, December 20th at 8pm ET we have the Canadian premiere of the powerful film Testimony.
Sunday brings new episodes of some of our most popular series: on Witness, at 8:30pm ET, Fr. Rosica interviews Elicia Mackenzie and Noëlla Huet, both of whom star in the Toronto theatre production The Sound of Music.
That's followed at 9pm ET by the December edition of Lectio Divina with Archbishop Collins. Archbishop Collins continues his Pauline reflections focusing this month on 1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:11.
We've also got a full slate of Christmas programming in the coming days, including The Priests in concert and Midnight Mass from the Vatican. Click HERE for broadcast times, and additional Christmas programming highlights.
Stay tuned to Salt + Light in the closing days of Advent and into the Christmas, as we bring you the joy, peace, and particularly the hope of this glorious season!
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