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Point of View Season 2 Schedule Released

April 21, 2015
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Salt and Light’s television series “Point of View: Interpreting the Francis Effect” is back for a second season. Go beyond the film to discover the deeper questions and issues surrounding the pontificate of Pope Francis and what they mean for the Church in the 21st century.
Hear from media personalities, theologians, doctors and some of the most influential figures in the Catholic Church, all of whom share in great depth their point of view on the Francis effect.  POV airs Wednesdays at 9pmET only on S+L.
Point of View: Interpreting The Francis Effect is a S+L series featuring a selection of the full interviews from the documentary The Francis Effect.
Season Two Schedule
April 22: Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington
April 29: Josephine Lombardi, Professor of Theology
May 6: Scott Pelley, Journalist
May 13: Fr. Thomas Rosica, Holy See Press Office
May 20: Charles Clark, Economist
May 27: Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston
June 3: Fr. John O’Malley, Church Historian
June 10: Msgr. John Kozar, Catholic Near East Welfare Association
June 17: Dr. Philip Berger, Medical Doctor and Fr. James Martin, Author
June 24: David Gibson, Journalist
 

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