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NewConsecrated Life - Bishop Gary Gordon
On this edition, Deacon Pedro continues exploring Consecrated Life with Bishop Gary Gordon of Victoria, British Columbia. Even though Bishop Gary is a diocesan bishop and technically not "consecrated" he has deep insights about what it means to live the Consecrated Life and how that life intersects with the life of the missionary. .... more info
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NewEnd of Life - Deacon Jeremy Tyrrell
This week, on a special edition of Perspectives, Deacon Pedro speaks with Deacon Jeremy Tyrrell of the London Diocese, who has just been diagnosed with terminal cancer and who offers a unique perspective on end-of-life issues. .... more info
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NewConsecrated Life - Fr. Michael Pace, SDB
We continue celebrating Consecrated Life as Deacon Pedro speaks with Salesian Father, Michael Pace. This year, 2015, the Salesians of Don Bosco celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of their founder, St. John Bosco and Fr. Mike tells us how that celebration was an opportunity to re-focus their mission .... more info
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Marriage and Family Life - Eustace and Gloria Beausoleil
What's more important, your wife or your children? 30 years ago Deacon Eustace Beausoleil would have said, "your children." His answer today is much more different. In this special edition of Perspectives , Deacon Pedro continues celebrating marriage and family. ... more info
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Consecrated Life - Fr. Christopher Collins
On this edition, Deacon Pedro speaks with the Most Rev. Richard Moth, Bishop of the Armed Forces in the United Kingdom. Bishop Moth is a Canon Lawyer and former Vocations Director. ... more info
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Consecrated Life - Bishop Richard Moth
On this edition, Deacon Pedro speaks with the Most Rev. Richard Moth, Bishop of the Armed Forces in the United Kingdom. Bishop Moth is a Canon Lawyer and former Vocations Director. ... more info
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Consecrated Life - Mary Bastedo
This week Deacon Pedro continues celebrating Consecrated Life by looking at we continue celebrating consecrated and religious vocations. This week Deacon Pedro speaks with Mary Bastedo, about Consecrated Virginity, one of the less known and most ancient religious vocations. ... more info
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Marriage and Family - Aaron and Melanie Kohn
Deacon Pedro continues this week celebrating marriage and family with Melanie and Aaron Kohn, a young Jewish couple who've been married for 12 years. When asked about one thing they do that helped their marriage, Melanie shared about a Jewish tradition ... more info
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Sr. Marie Azzarello of the Congregation of Notre Dame
Deacon Pedro continues this week celebrating Consecrated Life with Sr. Marie Azzarello of the Congregation of Notre Dame. When asked why she joined the CND, Sr. Marie answered, "don't ask me why I joined; ask me why I stayed." ... more info
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Marriage and Family - Gerald and Marilyn
As we prepare for the 2015 World Meeting of Families and the Ordinary Synod on the Family, join us this week for Perspectives on Marriage and Family with Gerald and Marilyn Guest, who've been married for 57 years. ... more info
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Sr. Monique Bourget
Pope Francis has declared this year, 2015 to be the year for Consecrated Life and so we are dedicating some of the Weekly Edition of Perspectives to learn about and celebrate those living Consecrated Lives. ... more info
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Syria
In this special edition of Perspectives, Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann speaks with Fr. Nawras Samour, National Director for Jesuit Refugee Service, Syria about the situation in his country and the work of his organization. ... more info


"Woe to me if I do not preach the Gospel!" 1 Corinthians 9:16

In his message for the 44th World Day of Communications,  Pope Benedict XVI urges priests to open up “broad new vistas for dialogue” and compares cyberspace to the “Court of the Gentiles”, that is, a place to meet and to commune with those of our brothers and sisters who have not yet heard the Good News.

The Holy Father writes that with the “almost limitless expressive capacity” of the new technologies, the Church has an increased duty to harness the media in order “to help our contemporaries to discover the face of Christ”.

With these words from scripture and with John Paul the Great’s “be not afraid” still ringing in our ears, we at Salt +Light are pleased to present Perspectives, our newest programming initiative and our gift to Mother Church as She works to claim technological terrain for Christ. With the wisdom of the Church as our guide, we will be speaking with those on the “front lines” and also with you, our viewers, for your take on things as the Church navigates the digital age. Whether it is blogging priests, film-directing nuns or simply earnest analysis you seek, we’ve got it and we want to hear from you!
 
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