Perspectives Weekly - Parish Closures
August 10, 2012
Host Kris Dmytrenko and our guests Fr. James Mallon, pastor of Saint Benedict Parish in Halifax and director of the John Paul II Media Institute, and Fr. Jim Roche, Episcopal Vicar for the Diocese of London, Ontario, talk about their experiences with the closure of parishes and explain why this can sometimes be a good solution for the Catholic faithful.
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