There’s always something new happening at the S+L studios, and this spring is no different.  One of our most anticipated projects is a new book show entitled Subject Matters. The show is written, produced and hosted by Sebastian Gomes, and will premiere on Pentecost Sunday (May 15th) at 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT. In an ...read more
This Sunday, Salt + Light will premiere a film on the life of one of the most significant spiritual influences of the late 20th century – Henri Nouwen. Journey of the Heart, narrated by Susan Sarandon, is a thought-provoking look at the life of this unassuming, charismatic scholar considered by many of his contemporaries as ...read more
  In this episode of Perspectives Daily, we look at a report from CNS about how church leaders are faced the reality of having to continue to function with fewer priests while the number of priests coming out from the seminary not being equal with the number of priests retiring. Tickets are still available for the upcoming ...read more
A timeless memorial to the millions… During our Pilgrimage to the Holy Lands, we made a visit to a place the name of which I never knew, but which now I will never forget. It was a place of silence, a time to listen to the silenced, to the echoing cries of suffering, and to ...read more
St. Augustine told us, “He who sings, pray twice.” I love music. I believe that music is sound reaching out to truth and prayer in song is music reaching out to love. “For the Beauty of the Earth” is one of the hymns I really like. The lyrics are written by Folliott Sandford Pierpoint and ...read more
On Friday, April 29th, a mass will be celebrated for vocations to the ordained life in the Diocese of Montreal. It will be presided by Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal, at the Major’s Seminary Chapel. Various movements, communities, priests, religious and seminarians will be present at this Eucharistic celebration with a special contribution of the Challenge Choir. ...read more
On Today’s edition of Perspectives: Cardinal Jaime Ortega of Havana finally gets to retire, an Austrian bishop says “not in my backyard” to the government’s anti-migrant fence, and we hear from a lay missionary about his experiences” ...read more
Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C – May 1, 2016 The early Church community in Jerusalem was not without its problems! Several of the controversies are evident in today’s first reading from Chapter 15 of the Acts of the Apostles. When some of the converted Pharisees of Jerusalem discover the results of the first missionary ...read more
There’s no app for happiness. That’s what Pope Francis told young people this weekend during his homily for the Jubilee of young people. He had a few other surprises up his sleeve as well. We have details on Perspectives. Plus, we look at the church’s role in rebuilding Ecuador after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that ...read more
Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, and the Secretary for Pastoral Ministry and Social Concerns, Susan Timoney, STD, sit down to discuss Pope Francis’ post-synodal apostolic exhortation “Amoris Laetitia” (On Love in the Family). See the video below: — (CNS photo/Paul Haring) ...read more
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There’s always something new happening at the S+L studios, and this spring is no different.  One of our most anticipated projects is a new book show entitled Subject Matters. The show is written, produced and hosted by Sebastian Gomes, and will premiere on Pentecost Sunday (May 15th) at 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT. In an ...read more
This Sunday, Salt + Light will premiere a film on the life of one of the most significant spiritual influences of the late 20th century – Henri Nouwen. Journey of the Heart, narrated by Susan Sarandon, is a thought-provoking look at the life of this unassuming, charismatic scholar considered by many of his contemporaries as ...read more
  In this episode of Perspectives Daily, we look at a report from CNS about how church leaders are faced the reality of having to continue to function with fewer priests while the number of priests coming out from the seminary not being equal with the number of priests retiring. Tickets are still available for the upcoming ...read more
A timeless memorial to the millions… During our Pilgrimage to the Holy Lands, we made a visit to a place the name of which I never knew, but which now I will never forget. It was a place of silence, a time to listen to the silenced, to the echoing cries of suffering, and to ...read more
St. Augustine told us, “He who sings, pray twice.” I love music. I believe that music is sound reaching out to truth and prayer in song is music reaching out to love. “For the Beauty of the Earth” is one of the hymns I really like. The lyrics are written by Folliott Sandford Pierpoint and ...read more
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On This Night
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Every Life Matters - The series included a series of five conversations with Archbishop Smith and several other legal and medical professionals, as well as parents and people suffering from disabilities. ... view more
SESSION 3 - It’s My Body, My Choice
Saturday, April 30 - 9pm ET / 7pm MT
Arturo Mari
Witness: Arturo Mari
Arturo Mari probably spent more time with St. John Paul II than anyone else. He worked more than 53 years as a papal photographer and produced million... view more
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Vatican Connections
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Vatican Connections
– Ever wonder what goes on in the Vatican on a daily basis? What does the ​Pope do? Who helps him? Why does it matter? Get answers to all th​ese questions on Vatican Connections with Alicia Ambrosio. ... view more
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On This Night
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On This Night - The season of Easter is a good time to remember where we came from. This can help us understand what it is that we do and why we do it. This is, after all, what Jesus did with the disciples on the way to Emmaus in that beautiful resurrection story ... view more
Feed the Hungry
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Perspectives on Feed the Hungry
This Year of Mercy we are being invited to remember the corporal works of mercy. One of them is to feed the hungry. Every day, all over the world, peo... view more
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Lectio Divina
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Lectio Divina
is not a catechesis or a teaching but it is a prayer, a divine reading, a personal encounter with God in Sacred Scripture. Each episode begins with a glimpse of Cardinal Collins presiding over Vespers at St. Michael's Cathedral in downtown Toronto. Lectio Divina follows immediately afterwards.
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Christian Culture Series: Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ
In 1982 Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ, became the spiritual advisor to Patrick Sonnier, the convicted killer of two teenagers who was sentenced to die in ... view more
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Creation
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Creation - Why should we care for the environment? This is the question that Salt + Light, in partnership with the Environmental Science and Studies Department of the University Of St. Thomas in Houston, addresses with this new six-part documentary series ... view more
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Magazine
Salt + Light Magazine 2015 Edition – Salt and Light Magazine is a high-quality seasonal publication that is widely distributed across Canada. Written in both English and French, the publication features guest columns, in-depth features and highlights from Salt + Light programs and initiatives... ...
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Biblical Reflections
NEW Biblical Reflections – Fr. Thomas Rosica is a priest of the Congregation of St. Basil. In February, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Fr. Rosica a Consultor to the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. read now
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