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S+L BLOG: Joe Zambon



This week on the Salt and Light Radio Hour: How much do you go on the Internet for parenting advice? This week CatholicMom.com founder Lisa Hendey tells us all about the success of what started as a chat group. Emilie Callan gives us the weekly news, Billy Chan has some more questions about Adam and Eve ...read more
Join us for a special encore Easter edition of the SLHour from 2015: Sister Marie Paul Curley tells us about Easter with the Daughters of St. Paul and gives us a new (and unexpected) Five-Easter-film countdown. We also speak with Jared Brock, author of A Year of Living Prayerfully about prayer and of course, Easter, plus we listen to music. ...read more
Last week we learned that the Church loves the poor. We have what we call a “preferential option for the poor.” The Church has been very good at caring for the poor and the needy worldwide. So why did Cardinal Hummes of Brazil tell Cardinal Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, to “remember the poor”? Perhaps because ...read more
The tone of S+L’s latest documentary is set by a lone organ. Playing the instrument is Joe Zambon, a folk singer-songwriter originally from the rural town of Iroquois, Ontario, but now residing in Toronto. A guitar joins the organ moments later, and then the hushed lyrics, “In the darkest night of my soul, God Himself ...read more