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mar•tyr /?märd?r/ noun 1. a person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs. “saints, martyrs, and witnesses to the faith” mar•tyr•dom ?märd?rd?m noun 1. the death ...read more
What do Luke Skywalker, Superman and Jesus have in common? This week we speak with author Jim Papandrea about Christ figures in science fiction. Billy Chan has a ‘confession’ to make for D ...read more
A short reflection on Ocar Romero’s influence, legacy, and what he represents for millions of Latin Americans to commemorate his Feast Day on March 24. ...read more
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NEW PERSPECTIVES DAILY
Tune in Monday through Thursday at 7pm ET for our 5-minute daily current affairs edition of Perspectives, covering major Catholic headlines from around the world.
Every Monday to Thursday
Catholic Focus: The Flying Fathers
What’s more Canadian than playing hockey in a small town in rural Ontario? The Flying Fathers do precisely that. The story of the hockey-loving prie... read more
The Seven Last Words of Christ
Reflections by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB: Jesus’s final words, as he lay dying on the cross, have become for us powerful expressions of the profound compassion and humanity of the one we call Christ.
The Good Shepherd
The story of the passion of Jesus Christ, from his Last Supper, to his arrest and crucifixion through the eyes and imagination of children.
Salt + Light Magazine – Winter 2017
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.
Charity Without Borders
The Church of today, like yesterday, is largely involved in the lives of the most fragile people across every continent. Our journalist and reporter Charles Le Bourgeois flies to the ends of the earth, ‘to the peripheries’ to create a series of reports on the Church’s encounter with those who are suffering.
NEW 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.
Ash Wednesday is one of the most important holy days in the Roman Catholic Church. It signifies the beginning of the Lenten season, a season of fasting, prayer and almsgiving. This lent, Salt and Light TV invites you to journey through Lent with us towards Easter.
NEW Papal Honours 2018
Priests and laity were honoured by Pope Francis in the Diocese of Hamilton on Sunday, March 4th, 2018. His Eminence, Gerard Cyprien Lacroix, Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada, will confer the honours with Bishop Crosby in the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King, Hamilton. Salt + Light Television was there and will broadcast the special moment on television.
Taking the Pulse: Youth, Faith & Vocations
In preparation for the Synod on “Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment” Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann speaks with young people, taking their pulse on some of the big questions in life, and tries to identify the most effective ways to announce the Good News to young people today.
NEW Daily Reflections
Rev. Anthony Man-Son-Hing is a priest of the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie. He is currently serving as Pastor of Our Lady of Fatima and Ste-Marie parishes in Elliot Lake, Ontario as well as Pastor of Ste-Famille parish in Blind River, Ontario.
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.