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Hello from California! Members of our team, including CEO Fr. Thomas Rosica, are on the ground here in Anaheim for what promises to be an exciting Knights convention! For more information concerning our coverage, visit our online page for detailed events and times. Listed below is a letter sent by Pope Benedict’s secretary of state, Cardinal ...read more
Last month, S+L held two sold-out screenings of Across the Divide, our new documentary that’s got people talking. The most recent screening (sponsored by CNEWA Canada, the Canada-Atlantic Lieutenancy of the EOHSJ and the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth) was held at Halifax’s Empire Cinemas — alongside the summer blockbusters one would expect at such a venue. ...read more
Many of you will remember that moving scene at the foot of the cross, at the end of Sydney’s WYD Way of the Cross. A young man with his guitar, sang Above All, while actors playing Mary and John comforted each other, mourning the scene that had just taken place. It was a moment that ...read more
In 1912, St. Peter’s Seminary opened its doors in London, Ont. One hundred years and 1,036 priests later, the seminary community celebrated its centennial anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving inside the St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel on May 22 and St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica on Wednesday, May 23. As the lead Producer for this project, ...read more
On Friday morning, S+L brings you the annual Mass of the Imposition of the Pallium. The pallium, a band of wool shorn from lambs blessed on the Feast of St. Agnes, symbolizes the close bond between the Pope and his Archbishops. In this liturgical celebration, held each year on the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and ...read more
Earlier this evening, the Catholic Academy for Communication Arts Professionals held its annual awards ceremony at the Indianapolis Convention Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Gabriel Award for Best Arts Documentary was presented to Salt + Light Television for its 2011 documentary, “Panes of Glory.” Accepting the award from academy president, Frank Morock, was Fr. Michael ...read more
Thursday June 21, 2012 Most Reverend Christopher Coyne, Apostolic Administrator Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Indiana (USA) At first glance, the Old Testament reading from Second Kings seems to be one of those readings from the sequence of the weekday lectionary that really doesn’t offer us much food for thought as we gather for this Opening Mass ...read more
Salt + Light is proud to present to you a complete video of the closing mass held in Dublin, Ireland, of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress. The presider was the papal legate, Marc Cardinal Ouellet, who serves as the Prefect for the Congregation of Bishops and President of the Pontifical Commission on Latin America. See ...read more
Below you will find closing remarks from Most Rev. Diarmuid Martin, the Archbishop of Dublin. To read a full copy of his text, visit our S+L IEC web page. One week ago we set out on a journey of prayer and reflection, of song and silence, of renewal of our hearts and renewal of our ...read more
For the full copy of Pope Benedict’s message to the 2012 IEC, visit our special S+L IEC 2012 webpage. In his message, he willingly imparts his apostolic blessing on those gathered in Dublin for this year’s IEC. He also announced the host city for the 2016 International Eucharistic Congress. Dear Brothers and Sisters, With great ...read more