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New Subject Matters Season Premieres March 19!

March 17, 2017

Subject Matters is back with a brand new season on Salt + Light Television!

Featuring a variety of authors and topics, including Bishop Ricardo Ramirez, CSB on the Latin American Church in the United States, Kate Hennessy on Dorothy Day, Fr. Jacques Monet, SJ on the Jesuits in English Canada, and many more. A new episode airs every Sunday at 8:30pmET, beginning March 19th.
To kick off the season, Subject Matters fittingly features The Seven Last Word of Christ, by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB. In this beautifully written book Fr. Rosica reflects on the last words of Christ hanging from the cross and their significance to our modern world. Before you watch the full episode, check out Sebastian's take on The Seven Last Words of Christ below:
Catch the brand new season of Subject Matters 
Sunday, March 19 at 8:30pm EST
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