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The Bible coming to a TV near you

The Bible
The Bible is coming to a TV near you! This week, we speak with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, producers of the new Bible mini-series coming to the History Channel, starting March 3. Kris Dmytrenko brings us up to date with the papal transition, Andrew Santos tells us about St. Pope Celestine V, Mark Matthews tells us what’s good in Las Vegas and we catch up with singer/songwriter, Fr. Robert Galea.

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Goodbye, Holy Father!

Pope waves as he leaves Ash Wednesday Mass at Vatican
Last Monday, Benedict XVI announced that he will be retiring as Pope on February 28. This week, Frank Rocca, Rome Bureau Chief for Catholic News Service joins us to explain. Gillian Kantor tells us what her kids taught her this week and we meet singer/songwriter/worship leader/speaker and comedian Nick Alexander who shares some of his parody songs with us and tells us about his Prayer Meeting Podcast.

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May 15, 2010

93 years ago the Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. It was on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the beatification of two of these children, Jacinta and Francisco that Pope Benedict XVI made his first Pastoral Visit to Portugal. S+L Vatican Correspondent Alicia Ambrosio joins us for an analysis of that trip and we speak to singer/songwriter/prolife activist David of Catholic Bridge as he prepared for the Annual March for Life in Ottawa.

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