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Read Marc Boudignon's review on the spiritual diary 'The Flame of Love' written by Elizabeth Kindelmann; A woman who, as it was written, had communicated with Mary and Jesus. ...read more
Salt and Light presents to you the World Communications Day Prayer given to us by Pope Francis, told by our staff members. This year's theme: “The truth will set you free” (Jn 8:32). Fake news and journalism for peace ...read more
Read Pope Francis' Message for the 52nd World Day of Communications. Jan 24. He will be focusing on the overarching theme of "fake news." What is so "fake" about fake news? Full Text below. ...read more
Next week is the Feast of Pentecost and we enter the season of Confirmations. Most of us are confirmed, but if you are at all like me, you probably have no real understanding of the meaning of the Sacrament. You think that it has to do something with being of age and “confirming” that you ...read more
This week on a special edition of the SLHour we focus on Dummies. For the last couple of years we’ve been airing segments with Billy Chan that hope to make our Faith a bit more hands-on, trying to answer questions that you all have, in a simple way. This week we learn some basics of ...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. I hope you enjoy this column as much as I enjoy putting ...read more
A Reflection on the importance of self care, especially the do's and don't on taking care of yourself in first year university. ...read more
In this video, Vivian Cabrera gives us a personal reflection on the importance of the Hail Mary prayer, a prayer that she explains, “Has such a strong meaning, and goes far deeper than you can imagine.” Filmed at the Basilica of the Annunciation, this reflection explores the deeper meanings of the Hail Mary prayer; a ...read more
Ascension of the Lord – Sunday, May 13th, 2018 The angels’ words to the “men of Galilee” in the first reading from the Acts of the Apostles for the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord (1:1-11) are painfully blunt and leave little room for misinterpretation: “Why do you stand here looking up at the ...read more
Earlier today, Pope Francis made a pastoral visit to the Italian cities of Nomadelfia and Loppiano, the homes of two prominent Catholic movements founded in the 1940s. The Pope’s 22nd pastoral visit within Italy began this morning as he flew by helicopter to Nomadelfia, a community of  Catholic families and lay unmarried people who adopt ...read more