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Feature Programming | September 2 - 9, 2011

September 7, 2011
WYD MadridWorld Youth Day 2011 | WYD ENCORE
Relive the highlights of last month’s World Youth Day from Madrid, Spain with our encore presentations of the Opening Mass, Way of the Cross, Vigil, Closing Mass and our WYD Wrap-up Show.
Saturday, September 3 & Sunday, September 4
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Ends of the EarthEnds of the Earth
Ends of the Earth is the story of a group of high school students who travel to the Yukon on a mission trip. Will the long days and the week’s work teach the students the value of pilgrimage, sacrifice and what it really means to be a missionary? Through this new original documentary, Salt + Light invites viewers to become missionaries and bring the Good News to the ends of the earth.
Thursday, September 8
8:30pm & 12:30am ET / 5:30pm & 9:30pm PT
Fr. Barron
Conversion | Fr. Robert Barron
Six stories of conversion from the Gospels. The common theme in each story is the turning of all one's attention and energy toward an ever deeper, personal relationship with Jesus Christ. In his characteristically energetic style, Fr. Barron explains how conversion is not so much a one-time event, but a life-long process.
Thursday, September 8
9:30pm & 1:30am ET / 6:30pm & 10:30pm PT
Salt + Light TV Series
WitnessWitness | Interview with Sr. Sara Butler, MSBT
Join Fr. Thomas Rosica in this interview with Sr. Sara Butler, woman religious, renowned theologian and author, as they discuss the gift of consecrated life in the Church today, and the challenges faced by women and men who take vows of poverty, chastity and obedience for the sake of the Kingdom. Sr. Sara has taught in seminaries and theological institutes throughout the United States. She has also served the Universal Church in various capacities at a Vatican Synod and on International Commissions.
Sunday, September 4
8:00pm & 12:00am ET / 5:00pm & 9:00pm PT
Catholic FocusCatholic Focus | Caravaggio: A Catholic Artist?
Though he lived at the dawn of the 17th century, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio is considered by many to be the first modern painter. Host Jenna Murphy takes a closer look at this complicated revolutionary who inspired admiration and imitation through his sacred art.
Wednesday, September 7
7:05pm & 11:05pm ET / 4:05pm & 8:05pm PT
IYFIn Your Faith | Who is Mary?
A lot of people think that Catholics worship Mary or that Mary is like some sort of God. But is that true? Why do we have such devotion to Mary? Byron and Rosanna explore the Church's teachings on Mary and our devotion to the Mother of God.
Tuesday, September 6
9:00pm & 1:00am ET / 6:00pm & 10:00pm PT
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