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Eden Encores

April 18, 2011
If you missed the broadcast premiere of This Side of Eden on Sunday, there are a number of other opportunities to see it throughout Holy Week and the Easter Triduum:
Salt + Light (live streaming and iPhone 3Gs/4 LIVE feed off our main page too)
  • Monday, April 18th: 1:00pm ET / 10:00am PT
  • Wednesday April 20th: 8:00pm & 12:00am ET / 5:00pm & 9:00pm PT
You can also see it on these other Catholic channels:
EWTN (live streaming under the 'television' section)
  • Tuesday, April 19th: 5:30pm ET / 2:30pm PT
  • Holy Saturday, April 23rd: 11:30am ET / 8:30am PT
Catholic TV (live streaming from their mainpage)
  • Holy Thursday, April 21st: 10:00pm ET
  • Good Friday, April 22nd: 8:00am ET
  • Holy Saturday, April 23rd: 1:30pm ET
As well, you can place a pre-order of the DVD here.
Also see the following two Catholic Register articles on This Side of Eden:
Join us for This Side of Eden this Holy Week and contemplate anew our Lord's Passion, Death, and Resurrection!
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