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Perspectives Daily - Wednesday, Jan. 25

January 25, 2012
Tonight on Perspectives: Living the consecrated life means living your life entirely for God and others, not yourself. The pope explains this during his General Audience. Also, today is the feast of the conversion of St. Paul and the Pontifical Council for Social Communication comments on the importance of silence to get one's message across.
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