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In this reflection on the recent vote to legalize abortion in Ireland, Allyson Kenny shows us that compassion is the key to making a difference both in the pro-life debate and in the lives of women. ...read more
Now that abortion will be allowed in Ireland, catholics in that county are hoping that the Pope's visit in August will bring healing after the divisive vote. ...read more
On May 24th, Fr Tom Rosica spoke on behalf of Salt+Light at another great Carr Lecture at St. Mark’s, UBC - "Preaching and Communicating in a Franciscan Era: What is the Church Learning from an Argentine Jesuit Pope?" Below is full text of his address. ...read more
Deacon Pedro continues his exploration of the sacrament of Confirmation by looking at its connection with Baptism. ...read more
A brief overview of who St. Philip Neri was, and what he accomplished as a Priest to commemorate his feast day - May 26th. ...read more
Read more about Amoris, a new 6-part series leading up to the World Meeting of Families (WMOF) this August airing on Salt+Light every Sunday from May 27th to July 1st at 8 PM.  ...read more
Welcome to S+L’s Weekly News Round-Up. As part of my job, I come across many interesting Catholic news stories on a daily basis. Some of them I'll cover on Perspectives Daily and the others I’d like to share with you on this blog.  This column is where I’ll point out some of the more interesting news pieces that I’ve come across over the past week! Enjoy! ...read more
In honour of the birthday of Padre Pio, we present you with this article written by Dr. Ines Angeli Murzaku on the occasion of the pilgrimage of his major relic to Boston in 2016.  ...read more
Beginning today, the casket containing the remains of St. John XXIII will arrive in Bergamo & the town of Sotto il Monte for an 18-day pilgrimage. Here are ten quotes that give some insight into the great humility and trust in God that characterized his life. ...read more
St. Pope John the 23rd is on the move. This morning, a ceremony at St.Peter's Bascilica, kicked off a pilgrimage of sorts for the remains of the former Pope saint to Sotto il Monte, where he was born in 1881. The outing is intended to mark the 60th anniversary of his election to the papacy in 1958. ...read more