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SLHour: Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue

October 13, 2018
Catholics and Anglicans relate every day, everywhere, but do you know that there is an official Anglican-Catholic dialogue? This week, we speak with Bishop Linda Nicholls and Bishop Don Bolen of the Canadian Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue. Emilie gives us a report from the Synod in Rome, Billy has a question about canonizations on Church for Dummies, Mark Matthews tells us what’s good in Hollywood, and we meet singer/songwriter Aly Aleigha.
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