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Be Holy as I Am Holy: S+L to air three-part Lenten mission

April 5, 2011
To help prepare you for Holy Week and Easter, as well as the beatification of Pope John Paul II on the Second Sunday of Easter, Salt + Light invites you to join Bishop Ronald Fabbro, CSB and Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB for a special three-part Lenten mission. Filmed at St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica in London, Ontario, the mission explores our call to holiness.
Broadcast information:
Wednesday, April 13: Part 1 – Be holy, for I, the LORD, your God, am holy
Thursday, April 14: Part 2 – Examples of holiness in everyday life
Friday, April 15: Part 3 - The holiness of Christians flows from that of the Church
9:00pm & 1:00am ET / 6:00pm & 10:00pm PT
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