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SLHour: Challenges of Catholic Publishing

February 17, 2018
Why aren’t there more faith-based novels out there? This week Deacon Dennis Lambert tells us about all the trials to get his novel, The Table published. Billy Chan has another question for Dummies and the Full Armor Band has a new album, The Things That Last.
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