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Nothing More Beautiful on the Summer Edition of S+L Radio

August 20, 2009
pedro_radioAs many of you already know, S+L Radio has been taking a bit of a break this summer and have been digging into our archives to bring you some of the best of S+L programming. We are proud to be able to bring you, for the next three (and final) weeks of the Summer, three selections from Nothing More Beautiful.
Nothing More Beautiful is a series from the Archdiocese of Edmonton with a catechesis and a witness talk that aims to renew the faithful’s relationship with Christ. We begin this week, August 22nd at 10pm ET, with the first of the Nothing More Beautiful sessions withArchbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton and Lea Singh of the Ottawa-based Canadian Organization for Life and Family. The topic is In the Image and Likeness of God.
Next week, September 1st, we continue with Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver and S+L TV Producer Mary Rose Bacani who speak on the topic Our New Life in Jesus Christ.
On the week of September 7, S+L Radio: The Summer Edition concludes with our final selection from Nothing More Beautiful. Bishop John Corriveau of Nelson, BC and Patrick Stewart of the Marian Centre in Edmonton, speak on the topic Towards a Culture of Life.
These Catechesis sessions and witness talks are extremely interesting, insightful and entertaining. Remember you can listen to them at www.saltandlighttv.org/radio or download them for podcasting.
S+L Radio returns with its second season on the week of September 12.
Enjoy the rest of the Summer!

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