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The magic of Toronto’s Princess of Wales Theatre came to visit our Salt + Light studio… and I was fortunate to be around to experience it. Though the veils were off, it was impossible to not recognize the joy filled laughter of Elicia Mackenzie and Noëlla Huet from across the office the minute they walked more
It was around the dinner table at the home of an Austrian friend when I realized that the hills coming alive in Toronto theatres this year is far from being the only Austrian Christmas story touching Canadian hearts. This one may not involve 7 cute children responding to the call of a whistle, but it more
Some of you may remember the kind face, warm heart and sound priestly advice of our beloved Fr. Gordon Kennedy. If you haven’t seen his signature smile grace our Salt and Light screen these past few months, it’s because Fr. Gordon has been assigned to pastor over the spectacular ‘cathedral of the north’ in Formosa, more
Mass, Adoration, Archbishop Collins leading meditation and lectio divina, confession with Toronto’s newest priests, free breakfast AND free lunch?!?! … no wonder Brennan Hall at St Michael’s College was packed to the brim with students and young professionals for the Office of Catholic Youth’s 2008 Advent Retreat. The zombie-like bodies of young adults from in more
As you may have read in previous posts, Salt and Light’s first angelic experience in the city said to offer just that, came in the form of a shiny statue (and might I add, quite the keepsake!). Our second however, came in the form of a tour guide, restaurant connoisseur, museum expert, knower of LA’s more
The clinking of glasses, the smell of perfumes and joy filled introductions encompassed some of the sights and sounds of one of the biggest evenings in the short lived history of Salt + Light Television. Could it really be? Were we really sitting inside the same walls that housed the Academy Awards in the 20s more
“You are ethically bound to help a drowning person, even if you can not swim.” Those were among the last words Irena Sendler’s father said to her as he lay on his death bed, suffering of Typhoid Fever. This was the same disease that brought many Jewish patients to seek his help, his door being more
Though it’s already been a few weeks since the Eucharistic Congress, I couldn’t very well move on to thinking about World Youth Day without sharing my incredible and unique experience of the week in Québec. First, I should mention that I truly enjoyed the privilege of being part of the Salt + Light team in more
Tune in this Saturday, June 28th, at 7pm or 11pm ET for a brand new episode of Catholic Focus! Learn all about CAIC, a financial lender that is taking social justice to the next level. This episode features three of its borrowers, all of which are building alternative economic structures that are supportive of worker more
…to start thinking about advent. Already, retail stores are luring Christmas buyers with their festive displays, which always get me excited. It hit me that I could redirect those feelings towards starting my spiritual advent as soon as stores begin to deck their halls. In the first week of advent, the church invites us to more