Lectio Divina returns
September 21, 2012
Lectio Divina returns to Salt + Light Television with a brand new season. We've been going strong for six full years now -- ever since Cardinal Thomas Collins was installed as the Archbishop of Toronto.
The theme for the 2012/13 series is "The Year of Faith". This year's Lectio Divina will focus on scriptural passages that highlight what is meant to be a witness to Christ, and how the many stories that make up our Catholic belief inspire us to have faith.
On this month's edition, His Eminence celebrates the opening of the Year of Faith by reflecting upon Abraham, our Father. Join us for our season premiere of Lectio Divina at the following times:
Sunday, September 23
9:00 pm and 1:00 am ET
6:00 pm and 10:00 pm PT
Repeat: Thursday, September 27
In the meantime, visit our Lectio Divina webpage to find more information on everything happening this season.
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In the weeks leading up to World Youth Day Krakow, I came up with the idea of doing a series of “WYD Memories” for our network, interviewing members of our team who attended past WYDs. Here at S+L we have many great personal memories of the WYDs since Rome in 2000 and we thought it ...read more
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Mary Quinlan was 22 years old when she joined the Catholic Women’s League in her parish in Quebec. In those days, she says, the league had almost two hundred thousand members. From the moment she joined the league she was mentored by other members. “That’s what we did then,” she says matter of factly. Quinlan ...read more
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Written by Ian Meaden and the  St. Joseph’s Basilica World Youth Day Group. Well another World Youth Day has come and gone. I find for each one I have been to that my experience was always different and there is always something new that I have taken away. Now, I could write a full length blog ...read more
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When I arrived a day early, the streets of Krakow were still empty. However, you could tell something special was about to take place. Last minute preparations were overlapping with first small, spontaneous musical performances and youth trickling in with flags from around the world. When our team came together the next day, I could ...read more
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[Me alongside 1.8 million pilgrims at the overnight vigil.] Written by Celine Diaz Despite the fact that I was still in my early twenties, I felt extraordinarily old coming into WYD—which was ironic, because this event was obviously for “youth”. Yet somewhere along the way, I seemed to have lost my “youthful vitality” too soon. ...read more