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Encore presentation of "So You Think You've Been Called?"

January 14, 2017
Is the Spirit calling you to discipleship or to Religious Life? This week we re-broadcast a special SLHour: Our host, Deacon Pedro moderates a discussion with a panel of young religious and young Catholics who are discerning their vocation. This program was taped LIVE at the National Religious Vocation Conference convocation in Kansas City on October 30, 2016 and first aired on the SLHour in November 2016.
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