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Salt + Light’s Perspectives Weekly in Italian Returns for Second Season!

October 20, 2016
Every Friday, from October 28th at 4:30pm ET tune in to a Perspectives Weekly in Italian, a 25-minute show in which Italian Producer Matteo Ciofi discusses themes and events in the Church featuring different guests every week.
Topics discussed in the the Italian Perspectives Weekly series include the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis, major events in the Church and the religious life, and experiences of those who visit us from Canada, Italy and beyond.
This second season of Perspectives Weekly features compelling discussions with priests, deacons, and journalists from all walks of life, which complement the Italian Perspectives Daily  every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
If you speak or understand Italian, please tune in and visit our Italian website.
As of October 28th, every new weekly episode premieres Friday at 4:30 pm ET
Repeats of the weekly episode:
Saturday 4:30am ET
Monday 4:30pm ET
Tuesday 4:30am ET
Or watch each episode online!
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