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Salt + Light Radio: The Summer Edition

July 6, 2009
Pedro and John
It's been 23 weeks since we started our new Radio program, thanks to a partnership with the Catholic Channel, Sirius 159 and XM 117 - and now it's time to take a bit of a break -- just a bit, not completely. Kris and Michèle will be taking a break from News and Events and we'll be digging into our archives to bring you some of the best of concerts, reflections, interviews and music that, in some cases, will be heard for the first time on S+L Radio.
Our summer editions began with the July 4th episode, a special presentation of John Michael Talbot in concert. This was given to us, exclusively, by John himself. He replicated a lot of what he does in concert - with reflections and all - in the studio, for those who have not been able to be at one of his concerts. To hear or download S+L Radio: The Summer Edition's John Michael Talbot Special, click here.
And to hear S+L Radio's special comment on the Year for Priests: Click here.
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