S+L logo

The Church Alive - Premiere

October 12, 2012
We're finally here! After months of travelling, shooting, scripting and editing, our newest S+L series is now live for the whole world to see.
Last night, we launched the premiere of our NEW 15-part series, The Church Alive, on our network. Our pilot episode was filmed, on location, at CBC in Toronto, Canada.
The Church Alive is a fast-paced, segmented and interactive show hosted by Cheridan Sanders and Sebastian Gomes.  The goal is to provide an exciting and inspiring show that highlights the broad and inclusive nature of Catholicism by sharing perspectives and stories on the New Evangelization in the Church today.  By encouraging interaction and participation with viewers through web based polls, video responses, and twitter, facebook, and email comments, we hope to ignite a renewed faith and hope among Catholics.
Congratulations to Cheridan and Sebastian on this wonderful premiere. Do you have any feedback you'd like to share on our pilot episode? Tell us - what do you think about the New Evangelization? Perhaps you know of someone who is living out the call for the New Evangelization today!
If so, send us an e-mail to info@saltandlighttv.org. We'd love to hear what you're thinking!
Related posts
Day four of the Pre-synod meetings taking place in Rome where youth from all over the world have come to talk candidly with Pope Francis about the future of the Catholic Church. The main themes from t ...read more
Good evening and welcome to Perspectives Daily At the Pope’s weekly General Audience today, he continued his catechesis on the Mass reflecting on the rite of Holy Communion and invited Christians to ...read more
The Vatican announced today that the Pope will once again celebrate the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper in a prison, and will wash the feet of 12 inmates as he has done, since the beginning of ...read more
Today marks the first day of the pre-synod meetings where over 300 young people from all over the world, convened in Rome to have a frank conversation with the Pope about the future of the Catholic ch ...read more
This weekend, the Pope will make a quick trip to the town where St. Padre Pio was born and lived his life, and where his work continues to mark the year of the 50th anniversary of St. Padre Pio’s de ...read more