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[Tony Gagliano is the Executive Chairman and CEO of St. Joseph Communications and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Salt + Light Catholic Media Foundation.] On behalf of the Board of Directors of Salt + Light, I extend to you my most heartfelt welcome and thanks for supporting this event. The moment I more
[Hilary Weston is former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Member of the Order Of Canada, Member of the Order of Ontario, and President of the Hilary Weston Foundation for Youth. She and her husband Galen donated one million dollars to Salt + Light Television for the development of a new series of programs that will feature more
Obtenir le lecteur Flash pour voir cette vidéo. More than 150 business and community leaders from across the country gathered tonight at the Royal Ontario Museum to celebrate and show support for Salt + Light Television. The event raised $1.9 million in much needed support of our Canadian Catholic television network. The evening was full more
This past Sunday in parishes across Nova Scotia, a letter was read from Archbishop Anthony Mancini, the Archbishop of Halifax, Apostolic Administrator of Yarmouth and Apostolic Administrator of Antigonish. The letter offers his reaction to the arrest of Bishop Raymond Lahey on charges of possession and importation of child pornography. October 2nd 2009 To the more
The following article comes from Deborah Gyapong of Canadian Catholic News: Bishops poised to become more effective in the public square By Deborah Gyapong Canadian Catholic News September 17, 2009 OTTAWA (CCN)— The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) is poised to become more effective in the public square. Two former Members of Parliament—a Liberal more
John Allen Jr.’s recent National Catholic Reporter column discusses reaction to Father Thomas Rosica’s comments on the Kennedy Funeral. Incivility hurts the pro-life cause by John L Allen Jr Sep. 11, 2009 One bit of gallows humor in Catholic circles is that sometimes the worst enemies of the pro-life movement are pro-lifers themselves. The point more
[This blog comes from Brendan Collins, a seminarian for the Diocese of Derry, Ireland, who is interning with Salt + Light Television Network during the months of July and August 2009.] My first visit to American soil was this past Friday, July 24th. I traveled to the Mother House of the Dominican Sisters of St. more
[The following is a reflection for the feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe, August 14th, from Michael Knox, a Jesuit scholastic who has appeared in the past on Salt + Light] As we look back on the events surrounding the Second World War, a time in our history filled with courage, unprecedented human devastation, noble action, more
[This blog comes from Jesuit scholastic Michael L. Knox. It was originally written as part of his studies.] There is a love among medieval theologians such as St. Thomas Aquinas, Duns Scotus, or Hugh of St. Victor for what, to serve our purpose here, we might call ‘unity’, or ‘simplicity’, or ‘wholeness’. Qualities these men more