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Welcome to another edition of Vatican Connections.  Since our last episode, a lot of interesting things have happened in Rome, especially with the beginning of the Lenten season. Here are just some of the stories that we bring to you on tonight’s show. The pope kicked off the Lenten season with a traditional procession that ...read more
Leadership from the American-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints met with Pope Francis in Rome this weekend. This story and more on today's episode of Perspectives Daily. ...read more
Pius XII expert Robert Ventresca speaks to S+L in this exclusive interview on what he hopes to find in archives which will soon be open to the public. ...read more
The Archdiocese of Rouen has completed the first steps of the sainthood inquiry into the life of murdered priest Fr. Jacques Hamel. This story and more on today's episode of Perspectives Daily. ...read more
Join Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann as he continues to explore the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. This week, he looks at who can receive it and how. ...read more
One day a couple with a strong biblical background were chatting about who should brew the coffee in the morning. ...read more
This week, we speak with Ryan and Mary Rose Verett, founders of the Witness to Love marriage preparatory program that now includes ministry to civilly married couples. ...read more
Herein lies the great spiritual challenge of Lent: how do we be honest with ourselves about ourselves? Read this Lenten reflection from Sebastian Gomes. ...read more
Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily:  A French cardinal was given a 6-month suspended sentence at a civil trial after he was found guilty of covering up abuses committed by a priest decades ago.  Ever wonder how those tall Paschal candles are made? We have the story ...read more
Lent is a great opportunity to take stock of our spiritual and emotional lives. Here are some of my favourite resources that help with that process. ...read more