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Salt + Light lends a hand (and a man!) to the Eucharistic Congress

February 7, 2008
jll-pic.jpgAs you may have heard on Tuesday's edition of Zoom, Salt + Light's own Jasmin Lemieux-Lefebvre is going to be on-loan to the International Eucharistic Congress in Quebec City. He'll be temporarily moving with his family to "La Belle Province" to join the Congress' communications team as they gear up for the June 15th-22nd event. He will also be Salt + Light's direct link to the Eucharistic Congress and assist us in our extensive coverage come this June!
Jasmin is a familiar face to many Salt + Light viewers, and a pillar in our French programming department. What some of you may not know is that he also heads our marketing department. He has extensive experience in communications working not only in the secular sphere but also in many Church circles, including the Archdiocese of Quebec and World Youth Day 2002.
We at Salt + Light wish Jasmin all the best and offer our prayers to him and his family in this new and exciting endeavour!
We also ask your prayers for the success of this very important event in the Canadian Catholic Church.
If you would like to register for the Eucharistic Congress, or would like more information on the event, visit the official website at www.cei2008.ca. Note that cost of registration will increase after February 15th, so act soon!

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