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The Charlemagne Prize was created in 1949 by Dr. Kurt Pfeiffer in Aachen, Germany as a reminder and a call for European unity. The 2016 prize was awarded to Pope Francis this week. In post-war Europe several new organizations and pacts were in development. These organizations and agreements would unify Europe economically and politically. However, ...read more
Vesakh is the most important holiday for Buddhists: in it we commemorate the principal events of the life of Buddha. The feast of Vesakh / Hanamatsuri 2016, in the various countries of Buddhist culture, is celebrated on different dates, according to different traditions. This year the festival is celebrated in some countries on May 14, ...read more
On Friday, May 6, in the Sala Regia of the Vatican Apostolic Palace, the International Charlemagne Prize in 2016 was awarded to His Holiness Pope Francis. In the presence of numerous authorities, the ceremony was introduced by a speech by the Mayor of Aachen, Mr. Marcel Philipp. The Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Association ...read more
Here’s what you’ve been waiting for! At last, all of us here at Salt + Light Television are happy to bring you a sneak peak at our latest documentary. We hope you enjoy the following trailer! For 350 years, a young Christian Mohawk woman has been interceding for and inspiring natives and non-natives around the ...read more
On this special episode of Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, Andrew Santos, filling in for Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann, walks down memory lane and celebrates the 10th Anniversary of World Youth Day in Toronto. Santos is joined by Salt + Light CEO Fr. Thomas Rosica (former National Director of WYD2002), as well as David Knapp of CBC. ...read more
Earlier this evening, the Catholic Academy for Communication Arts Professionals held its annual awards ceremony at the Indianapolis Convention Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Gabriel Award for Best Arts Documentary was presented to Salt + Light Television for its 2011 documentary, “Panes of Glory.” Accepting the award from academy president, Frank Morock, was Fr. Michael ...read more