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Encore SLHour: Crabby Mystic; Sleepless Nights and other conversations

February 18, 2017
This week, on the best of the SLHour, we speak with Sr. Mary Rowell about promoting a culture of vocations; we also speak with Sr. Mary Lea Hill about being a crabby mystic; Rebecca Roubion has a new album, Sleepless Nights and we meet singer/songwriter Shaun Garrison.
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Listen to Rebecca Roubion’s last interview about Sleepless Nights from October 24, 2015.
You can also listen to Rebecca Roubion’s first interview on the SLHour from April 2014. and also to the interview about her Christmas album from Dec. 2014.
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