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Start your Lent out right with “The Rosary in the Holy Land”

February 20, 2007
Most people talk of giving up something for Lent, but why not try picking up something? More specifically why not pick up the rosary, and get into the practice of praying it daily? Salt + Light can help you with this!
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Salt + Light is proud to present the debut of our new prayer series this Wednesday: The Rosary in the the Holy Land. Join some familiar faces at Salt + Light as they travel throughout the Holy Land praying the rosary and visiting some of Christianity's most holy places. Take the time to contemplate the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious mysteries while meditating on powerful scenes from the land where Christ walked.
 
 
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The rosary will air daily at 6am and 8:30am E-T. Salt + Light will also present an additional airing of the rosary on Thursdays at 6pm and 8:30pm, so all members of the family will be able to pray this powerful prayer together.
Prayer: The Rosary in the Holy Land debuts Ash Wednesday at 6am and 8:30am E-T.
Also keep in mind Salt + Light will broadcast the Ash Wednesday Mass, and blessing and imposition of Ashes, from Rome at 10:30am E-T on Wednesday morning. There will be primetime repeats of the Mass at 8:30pm and 12:30am E-T.
From all of us at Salt + Light, may your grow closer to our Lord in this season of prayer and penance and God bless!
 

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