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2012 CCCB Plenary Assembly: live broadcasts from Salt and Light Television

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SL_logo_EN_HighRes_RGBThe Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) will hold its annual Plenary Assembly 24-28 September 2012, at the Hotel Mont-Gabriel, Sainte-Adèle, Quebec. Sainte-Adèle is north of Montreal and in the Diocese of Saint-Jérôme.

Salt + Light Television, the Canadian Catholic television network, will broadcast events live online and on television with select repeats throughout the day (times indicated below are Eastern Daylight Saving Time). The broadcast schedule is subject to change.

Monday, September 24

9:00 am Mass
10:15 am
-Opening Prayer
-CCCB President's Report by Archbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton
5:15 pm Press briefing for the first day   
7:00 pm Perspectives

Tuesday, September 25

7:30 am Morning Prayer and Mass
5:15 pm Press briefing for the second day  
7:00 pm Perspectives

Wednesday, September 26

7:30 am Morning Prayer and Mass
5:45 pm Press briefing for the third day
7:00 pm Perspectives

Thursday, September 27

7:00 am Celebration of the Divine Liturgy, marking the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Ukrainian Catholic Bishop appointed to Canada
4:45 pm Press briefing for the fourth day
7:00 pm Perspectives

Friday, September 28

7:30 am Morning Prayer and Mass
12:00 noon Press briefing for the fifth and final day of the Plenary

Last Updated on Monday, September 17 2012  
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