Celebrating 100 years with St. Peter's Seminary

July 1, 2012
In 1912, St. Peter's Seminary opened its doors in London, Ont. One hundred years and 1,036 priests later, the seminary community celebrated its centennial anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving inside the St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel on May 22 and St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica on Wednesday, May 23.
As the lead Producer for this project, I had the great privilege of representing Salt + Light in London in late-May for their diocesan celebrations.
Salt + Light Television will broadcast a special half-hour program on our network tonight, that celebrates the centennial anniversary of the Seminary.
The program will  be aired:
Sunday, July 1, 2012
9:00pm & 1:00am ET
For our viewers and friends on the west coast, the program will be broadcasted at:
6:00 pm & 10:00 pm Pacific.
Don't forget! You can always tune into our live streaming, via our website.
Join us, as we celebrate 100 years of Catholic formation with London's St. Peter's Seminary!
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Photo Credit: Salt + Light Catholic Media Foundation
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