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Love in the Body of Christ

February 14, 2009
vespers-archbishopenters.jpgFor weeks stores have been plastered with gushy greeting cards, displays of heart-shaped boxes brimming with chocolates, and little fuzzy bears with cheeky comments on t-shirts.
Yes, it's Valentine's Day, and though refreshing, I'm not exactly sure if a bag of cinnamon hearts entirely embodies what love is.
This weekend Salt + Light offers viewers the opportunity to explore love, a real love.
Continuing with the Year of St. Paul, in February's episode of Lectio Divina Archbishop Thomas Collins reflects on love in the Body of Christ in I Corinthians 12: 27-31 and 13: 1-13.
Join us for this month’s broadcast edition of Lectio Divina with Archbishop Thomas Collins: A Year with St. Paul. As always, each episode begins with a glimpse of Vespers followed by the actual Lectio Divina. You can catch it this Sunday, February 15th at 9pm ET or on Wednesday, February 18th at 8pm ET, only on Salt + Light Television!
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