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Helping Parishioners with their Mental Health

One in four people are affected by mental health issues. This week, we speak Daniel Whitehead of Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries about how Churches can support our parishioners who are struggling. Also, Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul to a few films to start our Lenten movie watching; Billy has another question in Church for Dummies and we meet singer/songwriter Andrea Thomas.

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From Deacon Pedro
Find the Sanctuary Course for Catholics on Formed.org

 

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SLHour Christmas Special featuring the Vigil Project


Join us for a special Christmas edition of the SLHOUR with all our contributors: Billy has a Christmas question; Danny has a tip for rearing rebels at Christmas; Gillian learns a Christmas lesson from her kids; Mark has an unusual Hollywood Christmas story and Sr. Marie-Paul Curley give us some Christmas films to watch, plus we meet Greg and Lizzy of the Vigil Project and listen to some of their Christmas music!

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From Danny Torchia: Read my blog at Dialogue and Grace.

From Sr. Marie-Paul: Watch the Daughters of St. Paul 2020 Christmas concert, Home for Christmas.

 

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Family is Family

Family is family – that’s what author Brendan Hodge wants to explore in his new novel If You Can Get It. This week, we speak with him about the novel and about what it means to be a Catholic novelist. Also, Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul to three Thanksgiving films; Billy has another question about religious life and we meet singer/songwriter Francesca Larosa.

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Feeding Children Around the World

Millions of children around the world go hungry every day. How much would it cost to feed them? This week, Magnus McFarlane-Barrow, founder of Mary’s Meals tells us. Also, Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul to a new film about a Catholic saint; Billy has another question about the diaconate and Sarah Kroger’s new album Light is out, so it’s time for a featured chat!

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Father Gabriel Mysteries

What’s the best Catholic murder mystery you’ve read? Today we speak with author Fiorella De Maria about her priest detective, Fr. Gabriel. Also, Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul of a film that deals with racism; Billy has another question about indulgences in Church for Dummies, and we reconnect with singer/songwriter Greg Walton, who has a new album, Eyes on the Cross.

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From Billy:
Learn more about indulgences by reading Deacon-structing.
For more criteria for gaining indulgences read the Enchiridion of Indulgences.

 

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SLHour 2020 Easter Special

Photo courtesy of Matt Maher.

This year we are all working from home, but still, all our contributors will be with us: Billy has a question about something to read while we’re all stuck at home; Gillian learns an Easter lesson from her kids; Mark shares something good about technology during a pandemic and Sr. Marie-Paul Curley suggests some good movies to watch during this season; plus Matt Maher drops by to talk about his new album, Alive and Breathing.

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A Featured Chat with Beloved Author, Michael O’Brien

Image courtesy of Luke Spehar.

Michael O’Brien is a prolific Catholic painter and author, best known for his Children of the Last Days series. Today we have a featured chat with Michael O’Brien. Also, Matteo has updates from Rome, Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul to 2 bio-pics; Billy has a question about church rules and we reconnect with singer/songwriter Luke Spehar.

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From Deacon Pedro:
Here are some of Michael O’Brien’s Stations of the Cross:

Jesus Prays in the Garden


Jesus is Betrayed and Arrested



Jesus Speaks to His Mother and His Beloved Disciple

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As I Have Done

Image courtesy of John Trabbic.

This week we learn about the work of religious sisters in East Africa and the new Salt + Light Media documentary series that tells their stories, As I Have Done. Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul to the best film of 2019; Billy has a question about the papacy and we meet singer/songwriter John Trabbic.

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From Pedro:
Read the new Apostolic Exhortation, Querida Amazonía.
Learn more about the Loyola Institute for Ministry.

 

The Two Popes: A SLHour Windows to the Soul Special

In case you don’t already know, The Two Popes is a film starring Anthony Hopkins as Pope Benedict XVI and Jonathan Pryce as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who later becomes Pope Francis.

It is a fictional story directed by Brazilian Fernando Meirelles and written by New Zealander Anthony McCarten (who also wrote The Theory of Everything and Bohemian Rhapsody). It is an adaptation of McCarten’s 2017 play The Pope.

You may have heard some positive things about the film and maybe some controversies. I thought of inviting our SLHour “film expert”, Sr. Marie Paul Curley, to give us her take:

 

You can also read Sr. Marie Paul’s blog post on the The Two Popes at her Windows to the Soul site.

And here are some reviews of The Two Popes you should check out, if you haven’t yet done so:
Word on Fire
The Catholic World Report
The  National Catholic Register
America Magazine
and this one from Time that helps separate the truth from the fiction.


Image: Jonathan Pryce portrays Pope Francis and Anthony Hopkins portrays retired Pope Benedict XVI in a scene from the movie The Two Popes. (CNS photo/Peter Mountain, courtesy NETFLIX)

Restoring Trust and a featured chat with John Michael Talbot


Image courtesy of John Michael Talbot

This week author Peter Kleponis helps us understand how to restore trust after a pornography addiction.  Matteo Ciofi gives us the highlights of the Pope’s trip to Thailand and Japan; Sr. Marie-Paul Curley, fsp gives us the windows to the soul to a new film; Billy has a question for Dummies and we reconnect with John Michael Talbot who is running a school for spirituality.

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From Matteo:
Find out more about the Pope’s trip to Thailand and Japan.

From Billy:
Find out more about the Rosary and the story of St. Dominic  from Deacon-structing.

From Deacon Pedro:
Theme song for the Pope’s trip to Japan: Protect All Life