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SLHour: Bishop Ignatius Wang looks at the Church in China

November 11, 2017
This week on the SLHour we have a featured chat with the first Chinese Bishop in the United States, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of San Francisco, Ignatius Wang; Gillian Kantor learns something from her kids about making the effort; Billy Chan questions the afterlife in Church for Dummies and we meet singer/songwriter Cooper Ray.
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From Emilie:
Pope's prayer intentions for November.
Pope offers prayers for victims of Texas shooting. 
New appointment for Dicastery of Laity, Family and Life.
From Billy (in case Deacon Pedro's explanation made no sense):
Vatican Statement regarding the Hope of Salvation for Infants who Die Without Being Baptised (and Limbo).
From the Catechism: On Eternal Life and Judgement (Heaven, Hell and Purgatory).
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