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Nothing More Beautiful: Our New Life in Jesus Christ — this weekend!

May 8, 2009
This weekend, Salt + Light Television presents the third installment of the Archdiocese of Edmonton's initiative Nothing More Beautiful.
Exploring the theme of Our New Life in Jesus Christ, the catechesis talk is given by the spiritual leader of Denver, Archbishop Charles Chaput. A member of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, Archbishop Chaput is the second Native American to be ordained to the episcopate in the United States. He’s also a celebrated author – his latest work Render Unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life. The witness talk is presented by a familiar face to Salt + Light Television viewers. Producer Mary Rose Bacani reflects on three powerful calls she experienced in life that drew her deeper into her faith and deeper into her relationship with the Lord.
Join us on Saturday, May 9th at 9:30pm ET or Sunday, May 10th at 1:30pm ET, for Nothing More Beautiful: Our New Life in Jesus Christ, and take the opportunity to nourish your relationship with Christ!
For more information on Nothing More Beautiful, visit the Archdiocese of Edmonton's webpage HERE.
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