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January 13, 2012
Salt + Light TV Weekly Updates
Feature Programming | January 14 - January 20
Cardinal-designate CollinsLectio Divina | Pentecost
The theme for the 2011/12 series is The New Evangelization. This year's Lectio Divina will focus on the scriptural passages that highlight what is meant by being a witness to Christ, bringing the Good News into this world. This week: Pentecost (Acts 2:1-21).
Sunday, January 15
9pm & 1am ET / 6pm & 10pm PT
Wednesday, January 18
9pm & 1am ET / 6pm & 10pm PT
Fr. BarronCatholicism
Join Fr. Robert Barron on a journey across the planet and deep into the faith. CATHOLICISM is a breakthrough documentary series presenting the true story of Christianity and the Catholic faith.
Saturday, January 14
8pm & 12am ET / 5pm & 9pm PT
Tuesday, January 17
8pm & 12am ET / 5pm & 9pm PT
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Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJWitness | Interview with Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ
Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ has been instrumental in sparking international dialogue on the death penalty and helping to shape the Catholic Church's newly vigorous opposition to state executions. Her mission began when she was asked to correspond with a death row inmate. She agreed and became his spiritual adviser, as recounted in her 1993 book "Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States". The book became a best seller, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and spawned an Oscar-winning movie and an internationally-acclaimed opera. Join Fr. Thomas Rosica, who interviews this remarkable woman religious of our time – a woman who reminds that when the truth sets us free, we may be very uncomfortable.
Play this episode online now!
Sunday, January 15
 8pm & 12am ET / 5pm & 9pm PT
Repeat: Thursday, January 19
 8pm & 12am ET / 5pm & 9pm PT
Panes of GloryPanes of Glory
More than 11 years ago, Fr. Michael Prieur looked up at the stained glass windows he'd been passing by every day for 40 years and "discovered" them for the first time. The details, the colours, the symbols – all these revealed a more personal look at some of the greatest figures of faith and history. And he never noticed them before! With great fervour, he embarked on the mission of a great detective, deciphering the clues in the windows that have become a part of his life.
Tuesday, January 17
8pm & 12am ET / 5pm & 9pm PT
 

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