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Embracing the end of life; and other favourite interviews

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This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, Michelle O’Rourke speaks to us about her book Embracing the End of Life and Singer/Songwriter Chuck Stevens tells us about his vocation as a Deacon and his music. Kurt von Schuschnigg shares with us what it was like when Hitler took Austria and and we meet singer/songwriter Emma Fradd.
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New St. Anthony documentary tells story of loss and light

How the Other Half LiveSt Anthony is probably one of the most well known and loved saints. This week we speak with Ed Roy, director of the new Salt + Light documentary, Finding St. Anthony: A Story of Loss and Light. Sr. Marie-Paul Curley shows us the Windows to the Soul of two films, one about zombies, and Emma Fradd has a new album, How the Other Half Live.

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Embracing the end of life; and other favourite interviews


This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, Michelle O’Rourke speaks to us about her book Embracing the End of Life and Singer/Songwriter Chuck Stevens tells us about his vocation as a Deacon and his music. Kurt von Schuschnigg shares with us what it was like when Hitler took Austria and and we meet singer/songwriter Emma Fradd.

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Video of the week: Emma Fradd’s Crowded Isolation

New song by our featured artist of the week, Emma Fradd.
Featuring Mairin Bierer on cello.
Videography by Sean Milan.

SLHour: November 3, 2012


We hope that you haven’t yet had enough of John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. There’s a new book, Theology of the Body for Every Body,  that shows how it can be used as a guide to everyday life for people of all ages. This week on the SLHOUR, author Leah Perrault joins us to tell us how. Danny Torchia has some media tips for Catholic organizations and we meet new Catholic singer/songwriter, Emma Fradd and listen to songs from her new album, Search Party.

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