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SLHour: CatholicMom.com and Love Is

June 24, 2017
This week on the Salt and Light Radio Hour: How much do you go on the Internet for parenting advice? This week CatholicMom.com founder Lisa Hendey tells us all about the success of what started as a chat group. Emilie Callan gives us the weekly news, Billy Chan has some more questions about Adam and Eve on Church for Dummies and Joe Zambon has a new album, Love Is.
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