Perspectives Daily - September 25 2013
September 25, 2013
Today on a special extended-edition of Perspectives:
- The highlights of Pope Francis’ Weekly General Audience in Rome
- Special moments at the CCCB Plenary with Cardinal Oscar Maradiaga and Carl Hetu, Director of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association
- Some noteworthy catholic events and special programming on S+L
 
All coming up  today.
 
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