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Encore SLHour: Remembering WYD 2002: The CD Concert – Live!


The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international Catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. On this special encore edition of the SLHOUR, we bring you highlights from this special concert: the WYD2002 CD LIVE – recorded at Exhibition Place, on July 18th 2002. You’ll hear Tom Booth, Sarah Hart, Susan HooKong-Taylor, Janelle, Daniel Facerias, Hermana Glenda, Critical Mass, Julie Lafontaine, Jesse Manibusan, Martin Valverde, Migueli and Ziza.

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WYD 2002 CD Concert – Live!

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The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international Catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. Tonight on a special edition of the SLHOUR, we bring you highlights from this special concert: the WYD2002 CD LIVE – recorded at Exhibition Place, on July 18th 2002. You’ll hear Tom Booth, Sarah Hart, Susan HooKong-Taylor, Janelle, Daniel Facerias, Hermana Glenda, Critical Mass, Julie Lafontaine, Jesse Manibusan, Martin Valverde, Migueli and Ziza.

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Assisted dying; confession and other conversations

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This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, author, Carissa Douglas talks about teaching our kids about Confession and Archbishop Smith of Edmonton tells us why Every Life Matters.  We also catch up with singer/songwriter Tom Booth and meet ValLimar Jansen.

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WYD2002 CD concert – Live!

WYD2002 CD Live!
The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international Catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. Tonight on a special edition of the SLHOUR, we bring you highlights from this special concert: the WYD2002 CD LIVE – recorded at Exhibition Place, on July 18th 2002. You’ll hear Tom Booth, Sarah Hart, Susan HooKong-Taylor, Janelle, Daniel Facerias, Hermana Glenda, Critical Mass, Julie Lafontaine, Jesse Manibusan, Martin Valverde, Migueli and Ziza.

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Happy Easter from the SLHOUR gang!

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Join us for a special Easter edition of the SLHOUR with all our contributors, Kris, Cheridan and Andrew giving their segments a little Easter twist. Also Sr. Marie-Paul Curley suggests some good films about new life; Mark Matthews has a Holy Week insight and Gillian Kantor learns a Lenten lesson from her kids. Plus, we listen to Easter music by Josh Blakesley, Tom Booth, Trevor Thompson and Matt Maher, courtesy of spiritandsong.com.

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SLHour: September 1, 2012


This week on a special edition of the SLHour, a featured interview with Pablo Barroso, producer of the new film For Greater Glory, which tells the story of the Cristero War in Mexico. Natalie Hudson-Sonnen of Life Canada explains what the new personhood bill would mean for Canadians and we meet singers and songwriters Tom Booth and Angelina.

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SLHour special: WYD2002 CD Live!


10 years ago, the world descended upon Toronto for World Youth Day 2002. This week on the Summer Edition of the SLHour, we bring you highlights from the WYD2002 CD LIVE – recorded at Exhibition Place, on July 18th 2002. The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. You’ll hear Tom Booth, Sarah Hart, Susan HooKong-Taylor, Janelle, Daniel Facerias, Hermana Glenda, Critical Mass, Julie Lafontaine, Jesse Manibusan, Martin Valverde, Migueli and Ziza. Tune in to celebrate the WYD2002 10th anniversary with us!

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SL Hour: June 3, 2012

How would you define a person? This week, Natalie Hudson-Sonnen of Life Canada explains what the new personhood bill would mean for Canadians. Mark Matthews tells us what good in Hollywood and we meet singer/songwriter Tom Booth.

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Video of the Week: Tom Booth and Fr. Stan’s Giovanni Paolo