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Perspectives Daily - Pope's Schedule for Upcoming Journey

June 10, 2014
Today the Holy See Press Office announced the breakdown for His Holiness Pope Francis’ trip to the diocese of Cassano all'Jonio in Italy’s Calabria Region on Saturday June 21. After he arrives by helicopter, the Holy Father will meet inmates at the local penitentiary and then visit a palliative care center. He will then meet with the clergy of the diocese followed by lunch with the poor and with youth. He will then visit the elderly at a therapeutic rehabilitation center after which he will conclude his visit with a late afternoon vigil mass.
Last month saw the final installment of the Christian Culture Series from Windsor’s Assumption University. The last speaker was His Grace Archbishop Richard Smith, Archbishop of Edmonton. Here now is an excerpt of his talk was entitled, "What Does the New Evangelization Ask of Us in Canada?"
Archbishop Smith’s full talk is now available on our website along with the whole of the Christian Culture Series. For more information or to watch, please visit saltandlighttv.org/christiancultureseries
For a limited time, Salt and Light is proud to offer on our online store, “Father Michael McGivney,” a film produced by the Knight’s of Columbus. It tells the story of the film’s namesake, the founder of the Knights.
“Father Michael McGivney” can now be purchased on our online store at saltandlighttv.org/store

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