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SLHour: Catholics and Protestants and Latvian Music

June 10, 2017
What can we learn from our Protestant brothers and sisters? This week, on the SLHour, author Peter Kreeft tells us what we can learn from each other and Sr. Marie Paul Curley gives us the window to the soul to a popular children’s film. Sebastian Gomes speaks with Ojibway Sister Priscilla Solomon, CSJ on Connect5 and we learn about Latvian Catholic music.
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Watch Sebastian Gomes' interview with Sr. Priscilla Solomon, CSJ on Connect5.
Listen to last week's program to hear the first part of the interview with Fr. Peter Skudra.
Watch Deacon Pedro's conversation with Sr. Priscilla Solomon, CSJ on Perspectives: The Weekly Edition.
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