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Best of SLHour: Overcoming the Shame Game and other Great Conversations

This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, we speak with children’s author Kristin Maher about her book, The Awfulizer and how to overcome the shame game and we meet husband/wife singer/songwriters Andrew and Katie Hall. Also a theology conversation about Transubstantiation with theologian, Brett Salkeld and we meet the Dutch Christian band Trinity.

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Transubstantiation

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Can you believe in the Real Presence and not believe in Transubstantiation? This week, author and theologian Brett Salkeld explains; Matteo brings us the news from Rome; Billy has a question about daily Mass; Mark Matthews addresses technology fear and we meet the Dutch Christian band, Trinity.

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SLHour: August 18, 2012


This week on a special edition of the SLHour, Brett Salkeld and Leah Perrault tell us how far we can go when it comes to love, sex and relationships and Joe Zambon talks about his new album, Sleeper, Rise. Jennifer Willits of the Catholics Next Door tells us about their adventures in imperfect living and we meet singer/songwriter Mike Mangione.