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Matt Maher has a new album!

October 21, 2017
Do you hate going to confession? This week on the SLHour, Fr. Mike Prieur tells us about the art of the confessor. Sr. Marie-Paul Curley has the Windows to the Soul to a few superhero films; Billy Chan has a question about judgement and we reconnect with Matt Maher who has a new album, Echoes.
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From Emilie: Learn more about the Forum on Faith, Youth and Discernment.
Order The Art of the Confessor by emailing Fr. Prieur at prieurpublishing@gmail.com.
Listen to Matt Maher's previous visits to the SLHour:
June 13, 2015
May 11, 2013
Watch Matt's new video, Your Love Defends Me from Echoes:
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