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SLHour: Perfectly Human

April 21, 2018
How comfortable are you around people with disabilities? This week Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr. Joseph Dutkowsky talks to us about his lifelong passion and his book, Perfectly Human; Gillian Kantor learns something new from her kids; Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB gives us a reflection for the fourth Sunday of Easter and we meet singer/songwriter, John Finch and listen to his debut album, Wilfire.
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