S+L logo

SLHour: #MercyStories and Voice of An Angel

April 29, 2017

How has mercy transformed your life?

This week on the SLHour, Knights of Columbus Producer David Naglieri and Social Media Specialist, Samantha Wallace tell us about #MercyStories. Also, Sebastian Gomes speaks with Fr. Peter Galadza of the Sheptytsky Institute on the significance of the meeting between Pope Francis and Kirill on Connect5, Billy Chan helps us learn about the Mass in Church for Dummies, Emilie gives us the details of the Canadian Bishops' Ad Limina Visit and the Pope's trip to Egypt and we meet the voice of an angel, Cathal Gavin.
Email us your comments
Full program:
This program is available thanks to the support of our generous donors. Thank you for your donation to keep the SLHour on the air.
Learn More:
Watch Sebastian Gomes' conversation with Fr. Peter Galadza on Connect5.
Watch #MercyStories Witness of Mercy: The Story of Jennifer Trapuzzano
Watch Cathal Gavin's performance on JESC Ireland 2016
Related posts
Deacon-structing Martyrdom Part 1: A Grain of Wheat
This week, fifth Sunday in Lent, the Gospel reading is about the grain of wheat that must die in order to bear fruit. Read Deacon Pedro's reflection on the meaning of Martyrdom. ...read more
SLHour: From Star Wars to Superman
What do Luke Skywalker, Superman and Jesus have in common? This week we speak with author Jim Papandrea about Christ figures in science fiction. Billy Chan has a ‘confession’ to make for D ...read more
Deacon-structing Grace
A reflection for the 4th Sunday, Lent, Year B. The readings are 2 Chronicles 36:14-17a, 19-23; Psalm: 137, Ephesians 2:4-10 and John 3:14-21. Picture it: Nicodemus was a Pharisee and a religious l ...read more
Best of the SLHour: First Chinese Bishop of the US and other great conversations!
This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, we speak with Emeritus Auxiliary of San Francisco, Bishop Ignatius Wang, first Chinese Bishop of the United States, and we meet singer/songwriter Cooper ...read more
Deacon-structing the Cross part 2: Making the Sign
If you’re Catholic you do it all the time. If you’re not Catholic, you probably have noticed us making this sign: right hand to our forehead, then down to our chest, then over to the left ...read more