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We’ve heard of the Magisterium of the Church but the Magisterium of the People? This week, Sebastian Gomes tells us about his new film of that title, and we learn about babies being born in Bethlehe ...read more
In this Advent reflection, Fr. Matt Gworek explores how the "dark night of the soul" of St. John of Cross relates to the coming of the Light at Christmas. ...read more
Read about the new musical airing on Salt and Light TV during December: St. Joseph Freinademetz - The First Saint to Ever Serve in Hong Kong. ...read more
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NEWCould you be a lay missionary?
We’ve all heard those heroic stories of people that go off to strange lands to bring the Good news. There are many saint stories that begi...
Catholic Focus: Palestinian Liberation Theology
If ever there was a classic case of an irresistible force pitted against an immovable object, the Palestine-Israel conflict is it. Two peoples both in... read more
gives viewers an exclusive look into the daily lives of these remarkable women betrothed to Christ. Vietnam, Philippines, Timor-Leste, Tanzania, Nigeria, Kenya and Uganda are just some of the countries where we visit with sisters who toil tirelessly in the vineyard of the Lord. ...
A WOMAN'S VOICE
A Woman’s Voice: Conversations of Discernment and Grace, we hear the voices of eleven women from around the world and learn of the stories, work, and vocations that are enhancing ministries, fighting for justice, and influencing thought....
The Vatican. The name alone invokes the mystery and pageantry of the Catholic Church. It’s the headquarters of a two-thousand year old institution and a closely guarded city-state where the more imaginative could easily come up with sinister theories about what may lie within....
NEW Lectio Divina
is not a catechesis or a teaching but it is a prayer, a divine reading, a personal encounter with God in Sacred Scripture. Each episode begins with a glimpse of Cardinal Collins presiding over Vespers at St. Michael's Cathedral in downtown Toronto. Lectio Divina follows immediately afterwards.
Taking the Pulse: Youth, Faith & Vocations
In preparation for the Synod on “Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment” Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann speaks with young people, taking their pulse on some of the big questions in life, and tries to identify the most effective ways to announce the Good News to young people today.
IN THE BEGINNING
come and join this Advent for In The Beginning, as Deacon Pedro teams up with Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich to see how Judaism can help us prepare for the coming of the Messiah.
NEW PERSPECTIVES DAILY
Tune in Monday through Thursday at 7pm ET for our 5-minute daily current affairs edition of Perspectives, covering major Catholic headlines from around the world.
Every Monday to Thursday
THE BIRTH OF THE MESSIAH
The Nativity story is often depicted as a warm and intimate family experience with Mary and Joseph welcoming their firstborn as kings and shepherds pay their respects. But it was much more than that...
AWAY IN A MANGER
From the Annunciation to the Epiphany, the beloved Christmas story is told through the eyes, words and delightful imagination of children. Away in a Manger was made in partnership with the Office of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd of the Archdiocese of Toronto.
SYNOD OF BISHOP 2018
During October 3-28, 2018, Catholic bishops from around the world will gather in Rome for the 15th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on “Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment”.
NEW Biblical Reflections
Fr. Thomas Rosica is a priest of the Congregation of St. Basil. In February, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Fr. Rosica a Consultor to the Pontifical Council for Social Communications.
NEW Daily Reflections
Rev. Anthony Man-Son-Hing is a priest of the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie. He is currently serving as Pastor of Our Lady of Fatima and Ste-Marie parishes in Elliot Lake, Ontario as well as Pastor of Ste-Famille parish in Blind River, Ontario.