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Nothing More Beautiful Season 2 now available on DVD

December 15, 2010
There is nothing more beautiful than to be surprised by the Gospel, by the encounter with Christ. There is nothing more beautiful than to know Him and to speak to others of our friendship with him.
Those words are from Pope Benedict XVI’s homily at the Mass inaugurating his Pontificate
It’s also the inspiration for a five year initiative from the Archdiocese of Edmonton called Nothing More Beautiful.
While the third season of Nothing More Beautiful is underway, the second episode airs this Saturday December 18th at 8pm ET, Salt + Light Television is pleased to announce the second season is now available on DVD.
The set includes all five encounters and ten talks which invited viewers to encounter anew the beauty of Christ.
The impressive list of speakers include:
  • Cardinal Marc Ouellet, who at the time was Archbishop of Quebec, but is now the Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops,
  • Archbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton,
  • Toronto's Archbishop Thomas Collins,
  • Archbishop Michael Miller, CSB, of Vancouver,
  • Whitehorse's Bishop Gary Gordon,
  • Teacher Lydia Cristini,
  • Sisters of Life Superior General Mother Agnes Mary Donovan
  • Sister Annata Brockman of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Papal biographer and author George Weigel and
  • Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus Carl Anderson
Each episode also includes a catechetical focus from Edmonton’s Archbishop Richard Smith to help viewers better consider the content.
To order either the first or second season of Nothing More Beautiful visit our webstore or call 1-888-302-7181.

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