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Tonight on Perspectives: vigils of prayer in Rome and across the globe for peace in Syria; the conditions for following Christ; and Salt and Light’s brand new synod documentary is set to premiere! ...read more
Today, people around the world are responding to the call of Pope Francis and uniting in the cause for peace through fasting and prayer. We do so with the hope that these offerings may place us in solidarity with those who suffer the tragedies of violence and aggression, especially in Syria. We do so in ...read more
A reflection on Saint Bernard of Clairvaux in honour of his feast day. ...read more
  Tonight on Perspectives: the papal passion for soccer, Pope Francis discusses the meaning of life, S+L pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and the Annual Mass for the Faithful Departed. Check it out! ...read more
Tonight on Perspectives: it’s the Feast of St. Alphonsus Liguori! We bring you details on our Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention coverage and take a look back on the impact of WYD, fro those who were there. ...read more
Why Saint Alphonsus Liguori is a true gift to the Catholic Church; A reflection in honour of his feast day (August 1). ...read more
  Tonight on Perspectives: Pope Francis returns from Rio! We take a look at his final day in Brazil. ...read more
Tonight on Perspectives: Pope Francis visits the Varginha favela, holds an impromptu meeting with Argentinian youth, and takes the Papal Welcoming Ceremony by storm–literally! Plus a new archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, a tragic train accident in Spain, and a new director of the National Liturgy Office’s English Sector. ...read more
  Tonight on Perspectives: Pope Francis has arrived! The Holy Father touches down in Rio; we bring you your connection to all things WYD; Vancouver pilgrims on the week ahead; and the feast of Mary Magdalene, model of conversion. ...read more
  Tonight on Perspectives: Meet S+L Team Rio! Plus, Fr. Tom checks out Rio’s papal residence, Franciscan brothers and sisters await the Pope, and a new commission to oversee Vatican finances. ...read more