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Salt + Light Launches Italian-Language Microsite - Sale e Luce

June 3, 2015
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Salt + Light Catholic Media Foundation is proud to introduce the newest addition to our multimedia and multi-langugage ministry - Sale e Luce,  an Italian-language micro-site.
The content available on Sale e Luce will include Italian-language videos, productions, interviews and an Italian blog, featuring the latest news from the Vatican and around the world. You will also be able to tune in every Tuesday and Thursday to watch a new episode of "Prospettive." This five minute program will provide Italian speaking audiences with information on the universal Church as well as insights into accomplishments and developments from local Churches.
Follow us on Twitter @saleelucetv and on Facebook Sale + Luce Media for more updates, pictures and news.
Sale e Luce TV is your channel of hope.
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