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S+L’s The Church Alive Wins 2014 Gabriel Award

June 18, 2014
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Salt + Light Television was once again recognized by the Catholic Academy for Communications Arts Professionals and was awarded the prestigious Gabriel Award for the fifth time since the network’s inception in 2003. The Church Alive, a fast-paced, segmented and interactive show on Salt +Light hosted by producers Cheridan Sanders and Sebastian Gomes, was named Best Religious Series for the 2014 season.
Sebastian Cheridan Gabriel 2014
An international Vatican-approved organization for communication, the Catholic Academy for Communications Arts Professionals began the Gabriel Awards in 1965. Each year the Gabriel Awards celebrate and honour excellence in film, television, radio and other communication projects that serve audiences "through the positive, creative treatment of concerns to humankind." This year, winners will recognize at the Gabriel Awards banquet of the Catholic Media Conference in Charlotte, NC on Thursday, June 19, 2014.
Panes of Glory
Past Gabriel Awards for Salt + Light include:
    • 2014-Best Religious Series The Church Alive
    • 2012-Best Arts Documentary for Panes of Glory
    • 2011-Religious Television Station of the Year
    • 2008-Television Station of the Year
    • 2009-Television Station of the Year
 
 
 
 
 
     The Church Alive will be available for purchase this fall.
Stay tuned!

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