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Cardinal Farrell on the SLHour!

October 14, 2017
What does the Church need to know from young people? This week we speak with Cardinal Kevin Farrell, of the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life; Gillian Kantor learns something new from her kids; Billy Chan has more questions for Dummies and we reconnect singer/songwriter Mikey Needleman, who has a new album, We Ask of You.
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Listen to Mikey Needleman's previous visits to the SLHour:
June 25, 2016
March 28, 2015
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