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Archbishop Prendergast and other favourite interviews

Curtis Stephan
This week, on a special edition of the SLHour we learn about the Dominican Sisters Mary Mother of the Eucharist on the American Bible Challenge Game Show and Archbishop Terrence Prendergast of Ottawa tells us about his book God’s Word on Sunday. Also we meet singer/songwriters Michael James Mette and Curtis Stephan.

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Risk It All by Lori Malvey & Richard Stephens

Risk it all
You’re romantic
but I’ve seen it get used
for selfish purposes
Don’t be tragic
I’m just talking straight to you

Such a thin thread holds us all together, it seems
So if you’re wondering exactly what to say…

Risk it all put it on the line
Tell the truth while being kind
You did what you had to do
So You can rest – you passed the test

Risk it all put it on the line
Tell the truth while being kind
Then the river’s course you’ll see
You will know it was meant to be

Some days
You don’t know who you are
But maybe you know what you’re not
and that’s a lot

Every door that opens
needs the right key
Every heart that follows love is free

Risk it all put it on the line
Tell the truth while being kind
Then you’ll grow in love, you’ll see
You can rest, you passed the test

Risk it all put it on the line
Tell the truth while being kind
Then the river’s course you’ll see
You will know it was meant to be

Hope for the moment
Hope for the year
Full moon is coming
Harvest is here

Risk it all put it on the line
Tell the truth while being kind
Then you’ll grow in love you’ll see
You will be what you’re meant to be

Risk it all put it on the line
Tell the truth while being kind
Then the river’s course you’ll see
You will know and you’ll be free
Oh, You’ll be free
You’ll be free
You’ll be free

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Video by Marek Malkowski

Fr. Robert Galea’s What do you Say

A wonderful video of the great pro-life song by Fr. Robert Galea.

Easter celebrations continue on the SLHOUR

Easter
This week we continue to celebrate Easter, with a re-broadcast of last year’s Easter special 2012: Kris tells us about Holy Week and Easter at the Vatican, Cheridan reminds us why we should attend the International Eucharistic Congress in Ireland (in June 2012) and Andrew introduces us to an Easter Saint. Also, Danny Torchia has an Easter media relations suggestion, Sr. Marie-Paul Curley has her top-ten Easter films, Mark Matthews tells us what’s Easter-good in Hollywood and Gillian Kantor learns an Easter lesson from her kids. We also listen to music by Fr. Robert Galea, Joe Zambon and Audrey Assad.

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Music video of the week: Fr. Stan’s Everybody Got 2 Suffer


This is the official music video for “Everybody Got 2 Suffer” by Fr. Stan Fortuna, one of the first productions by Grassroots Films.

Video of the week: Critical Mass’ Dorian Gray


A video from the Catholic band, Critical Mass. Dorian Gray is used as a metaphor for what happens to all of us when we dabble in porn. We may look fine on the outside but we are rotting on the inside.

SLHour special: WYD2002 CD Live!


10 years ago, the world descended upon Toronto for World Youth Day 2002. This week on the Summer Edition of the SLHour, we bring you highlights from the WYD2002 CD LIVE – recorded at Exhibition Place, on July 18th 2002. The WYD2002 compilation album is the only completely international catholic music collection in the world with artists from over 15 different countries, singing in 7 different languages. They were all in Toronto for WYD in 2002 and pulled together a concert with most of the songs from the album. You’ll hear Tom Booth, Sarah Hart, Susan HooKong-Taylor, Janelle, Daniel Facerias, Hermana Glenda, Critical Mass, Julie Lafontaine, Jesse Manibusan, Martin Valverde, Migueli and Ziza. Tune in to celebrate the WYD2002 10th anniversary with us!

Video of the week: MashetiMoses’ Poison

SLHour: July 14, 2012

The summer edition of the SLHour brings you some of our best interviews, artists and songs from the past year. This week we hear from author, Dorothy Pilarski, about her book, Motherhood Matters, and Fr. Scott Hurd tells us about the power of forgiveness. We also listen to music from Chris Bray and a featured chat with John Michael Talbot.

SL Radio One: 24/7 Catholic music radio station

In May 2012, we launched the very first 24/7 online Catholic English music radio station available through our website and various applications for desktop and mobile devices.

SLRadio is 100% Catholic and provides mostly music with a little bit of the best of S+L news, interviews and reflections. Click here to see our schedule of devotionals and programming.

Our hope is to provide a space where people can listen to Catholic music, devotionals and inspiring messages of hope with not a lot of talking or advertising. We strive to support the Catholic music community by providing them with a platform where their music can be shared and their ministry can be promoted. We strive to bring people together in prayer and devotion, celebration and entertainment with content that is always rooted in our Catholic faith.

SLRadio is made possible only by the support of a wonderful community of Catholic artists, singer/songwriters and musicians. If you are looking for the best of English Catholic music, here’s where you’ll find it. Click here to see a list of our supporting artists.