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All-new SLHour: Portraits of Faith

March 18, 2017
Do you think young people are not in Church? Think again, This week we speak with Sr. Mechtilde O’Mara, CSJ and Vanessa Nicholas-Schmidt of Faith Connections, about young portraits of faith and Sr. Marie Paul Curley gives us 3 films to watch this Lent. Billy Chan asks another question about Genesis; Sebastian Gomes speaks to Cardinal Peter Turkson on Connect5 about Laudato Si’ and we meet Catholic band, The Thirsting.
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