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All-new SLHour: What Pope Francis Really Said

March 11, 2017
Do you ever question something the Pope said? Or wonder why he gets mis-quoted so often? Do you ever ask, 'What was that, the Pope said?' This week, on an all-new SLHour, we speak with What Pope Francis Really Said, author, Tom Hoopes about how to understand when Pope Francis is quoted; Also, on Connect5, Sebastian Gomes speaks with Fr. Tom Smolich, director of Jesuit Refugee Service, we introduce a new segment with Billy Chan (and explore why the Church is for dummies) and we catch up with singer/songwriter Josh Blakesley, who has a new album, Mass of Restoration.
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Watch Sebastian Gomes' conversation with Fr.Tom Smolich on Connect5.
Listen to previous programs with Josh Blakesley:
February 27, 2016
October 20, 2012
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