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Merry Christmas from the SLHour!

December 24, 2016
Wondering about our Christmas edition of the Salt + Light Radio Hour? This year, because our move, we are temporarily without a radio studio and so this Christmas we will re-broadcast our Christmas Special from a few years ago. It's good to watch again, or maybe you missed it the first time. Here it is, once again!
Join us for our special Made-For-TV Christmas edition of the SLHour with our contributors giving their segments a little Christmas twist: Andrew Santos has a Christmas saint; Gillian Kantor learns a Christmas lesson from her kids; Danny Torchia looks back at the work done this year; Hollywood teaches Mark Matthews something about Christmas and Sr. Marie Paul Curley finds the Windows to the Soul to five films about saying yes; plus we listen to music from Fr. Rob Galea, Seraphim and Marie Miller. This program first aired in 2014. Watch the TV version above or listen to the audio version below.
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