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A Look at Vancouver’s New Archbishop this Friday

January 29, 2009
archmiller-still.jpgAs anyone who reads this blog will know by now, Vancouver has a new Archbishop, Michael Miller. This past weekend, a Salt + Light crew traveled to Vancouver to cover his Mass of Thanksgiving, which officially marks the beginning of his tenure as Vancouver's spiritual leader. That Mass will air on Salt + Light this Friday, January 30th at 8:30 pm ET (or 5:30 pm PT) with an encore presentation at 12:30 am ET (or 9:30pm PT).
As I mentioned in my last blog Archbishop Miller has been a good friend of Salt + Light for some time now. In addition to airing the Mass this Friday, to celebrate the occasion we'll be bringing you a new episode of Catholic Focus at 7pm and 11pm ET looking at Archbishop Miller's path to the See of Vancouver (we'll also be re-broadcasting a Witness interview with Archbishop Miller on Sunday, February 8th and Thursday, February 12th, both at 8pm ET).
Catholic Focus: Serving The Truth, a titled derived from his motto Veritati Servire -- To Serve the Truth, features interviews with Archbishop Miller that were filmed while he was still in Rome, working as the Secretary of the Vatican's Congregation for Catholic Education, as well an exclusive interview he granted me in Vancouver this past December
features interviews with Archbishop Miller that were filmed while he was still in Rome, serving on the Pontifical Council for Catholic Education, as well an exclusive interview he granted me in Vancouver this past December. He didn't hesitate to share with S+L his experience working in Catholic education, what makes a university Catholic, the differences between Rome and Vancouver (besides the never-ending rain), and his thoughts for the future of Vancouver. Fr. Rosica also joins me in studio to tell me about his confrere and why Archbishop Miller is the right match for Vancouver and vice-versa.
Tune in this Friday night for Salt + Light's look at Archbishop Michael Miller, beginning with Catholic Focus: Serving The Truth at 7pm ET, followed by the Mass of Thanksgiving at 8:30 pm ET. If you miss Focus on Friday, you can catch an encore presentation Sunday, February 1st at the same times.
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