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Today on Perspectives: Pope Francis calls for an end to slave labour during his talk at the General Audience. Catholic News Service brings us a look at what it means for residents of Rio de Janeiro to host World Youth Day, and we bring you a look at some things happening across Canada.   ...read more
One of Canada’s finest young priests and “New Evangelizers” can be found in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In this Maritime city, Fr. James Mallon serves as pastor of Saint Benedict parish, while also leading the John Paul II Media Institute. Among the institute’s most exciting projects is Dogmatic Theology, a catechetical series that co-stars Fr. Mallon’s ...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
Salt + Light’s latest film, Across the Divide, premiered Sunday night in Vancouver. Archbishop Michael Miller joined Br. Jack Curran of Bethlehem University and Carl Hetu, national director of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association – Canada, and Berlanty Azzam, one of the students whose story is featured in the film, for a panel discussion ...read more
Tonight on Perspectives: The Pope says nothing is impossible for God, the House of Commons is calling for the release of a Christian woman in Pakistan, and a Cardinal shares his impressions after returning from the UN Climate Change conference. ...read more
Tonight on Perspectives: On day four of the CCCB Plenary Assembly, the Archbishop of Halifax says there is more work to be done to address the sex abuse crisis. ...read more