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SLHour: How can you still be Catholic?

October 7, 2017
How can you still be Catholic? This week on an all-new SLHour, author Christopher Sparks suggests 50 answers to a very good question. Emilie gives us the weekly news, Billy Chan questions praying to statues on Church for Dummies; Mark Matthews tells us about the impending roboapocalypse and we speak with John Robinson of the Boys of St. Paul’s Choir School about their new album Ave Maria.
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