Perspectives Daily - Monday, May 14
May 14, 2012
Tonight on Perspectives: Pope Benedict XVI visits a 1000 year old town, the Canadian Bishops release guidelines on freedom on conscience and religion, and Saskatoon blesses its new Cathedral.
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