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IEC Day 2 - Broadcast

June 11, 2012
Today has been an incredible day for both our team in Dublin, Ireland and those of us here at home. The buck doesn't stop here though! There's much more happening throughout the week.
Earlier today, we heard from Br. Alois Löser, Prior of Taizé Community in France, and a testimony from Dr. Maria Voce, International President of the Focolare Movement. More than that, we witnessed a captivating ecumenical liturgy that featured Archbishop Michael Jackson, Anglican Archbishop of Dublin and Glendalough. He was joined by Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev, the Russian Orthodox Metropolitan Archbishop of Volokolamsk, Russia.
Salt + Light Television is pleased to bring you all of the catechesis presentations from Day 2 of the International Eucharistic Congress in Ireland. Stay tuned to our live streaming every day this week, as we bring you catechesis and all other important events from the Congress.
Don't forget, you can follow us every step of the way through Facebook and Twitter. Join us tomorrow, as we bring you Day 3 of live coverage, beginning at 9 am ET / 6 am PT.
Salt + Light’s coverage of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress has been brought to you in part by Tourism Ireland.
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