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Conversations on Fratelli Tutti


The Church has a new encyclical, Fratelli Tutti. Join us this week for a special SLHour looking at the many themes from the encyclical. Deacon Pedro speaks with Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, Carolyn Woo, retired President of Catholic Relief Services, Luke Stocking, of Development and Peace-Caritas, Canada, Marie Claude Lalonde, National Director of Aid to the Church in Need-Canada, Fr. Stan Chu Ilo, professor at DePaul University and Sr. Damien Marie Savino, FSE, Dean of Science and Sustainability at Aquinas College. They speak about Fraternity and social friendship, the Good Samaritan, dialogue, Catholic social teaching, world religions, St. Francis, Laudato Si’ and so much more.

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This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, Marie-Claude Lalonde of Aid to the Church in Need, tells us how religious persecution affects us and author Eleanor Bourg Nicholson tells us about her new novel A Bloody Habit. Also, we reconnect with Daniel Oberreuter of the band The Thirsting and we speak with beloved, liturgical composer Dan Schutte. These interviews first aired in the Fall of 2018.

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The Best of SLHour: Religious Persecution and other fabulous conversations!


This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, Marie-Claude Lalonde of Aid to the Church in Need, tells us how religious persecution affects us and author Eleanor Bourg Nicholson tells us about her new novel A Bloody Habit. Also, we reconnect with Daniel Oberreuter of the band The Thirsting and we speak with beloved, liturgical composer Dan Schutte. These interviews first aired in the Fall of 2018.

Email us your comments, find Deacon Pedro on Twitter, or send us a direct voice mail message by clicking on the tab on the right side of this webpage —>

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This program is available thanks to the support of our generous donors. Thank you for your donation to keep the SLHour on the air.

Religious Freedom in the World

200 million people suffer persecution around the world. This week, Marie-Claude Lalonde of Aid to the Church in Need, tells us how it affects us. Emilie brings us the news, Billy has a question about reading the bible and we reconnect with Daniel Oberreuter of the band The Thirsting that has two new albums.

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From Emilie:
Visit Vatican Museums

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Visit Aid to the Church in Need in the United States
Listen to Daniel Oberreuter’s first visit to the SLHour:
March 17, 2017