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Shine Some Light into your Life this Month

January 11, 2008
January is often noted as a dark time of year.
The days seem shorter than they actually are.
The wind chill a little colder.
The nights darker.
But we at Salt + Light want to use our blog to shine some light into our readers' lives!
Be sure to check the blog regularly in the coming weeks as Fr. Rosica reflects on the major feasts of the Church. Read his thoughts on the Baptism and Presentation of Our Lord, St. Thomas Aquinas, and coming in February, Fr. Rosica offers a reflection on Ash Wednesday, and weekly Lenten reflections as well.
Also keep an eye on the blog for updated programming information -- live events, upcoming Focuses, and featured programming!
We love to hear from you too -- if a particular blog entry catches your eye, be sure to comment!

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