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This week on the Salt and Light Radio Hour:

December 3, 2016
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What did saints look like and were they really like? This week on the SLHour, photographer Kristyn Brown tells us about The Saints Project. We get a Marketing 101 lesson with Danny Torchia, Sebastian Gomes speaks with Fouad Twal, retired patriarch of Jerusalem on Connect5 and we speak with conductor and composer J.J. Wright about the new Advent/Christmas album, O Emmanuel.
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