The Archived News about Monsignor Lisante

News Posted on: 6/19/2005
NBC-TV National Broadcast Dates

"A Presentation of the "Horizons of the Spirit" Interfaith Series

Msgr. Jim Lisante is the host of "Personally Speaking"-not just another talk show, but an intimate forum where prominent Catholics and other people of faith have the opportunity to discuss some of the things that matter most in life-their families, their careers, their accomplishments, and perhaps most important, the role that their faith plays in all three. Featuring "Queen of Suspense" Mary Higgins Clark, author Nicholas Sparks ("A Walk to Remember", "The Notebook"), and Jack McKeon, manager of the Florida Marlins. For more information, check your local listings or contact your local affiliate to request the program.

“Personally Speaking with Msgr. Jim Lisante” features prominent Catholics and other people of faith have the opportunity to discuss some of the things that matter most in life—their families, their careers, their accomplishments, and perhaps most important, the role that their faith plays in all three. Produced by the Catholic Communication Campaign. © 2005. Photograph courtesy of Will Hart/Catholic Communication Campaign.
Editor: Please call your NBC affiliate for local broadcast information.

CALIFORNIA
San Luis Obispo Jul. 17 KSBY 9:30am
IOWA
Davenport Jul. 17 KNXV 11:30am
Sioux City Aug. 7 KTIV 11am
ILLINOIS
Quincy Jun. 19 WGEM 5am
KANSAS
Topeka Jul. 16 KSNT 12:30pm
MICHIGAN
Traverse City Jun. 19 WPBN 1pm
MISSOURI
Springfield Jul. 10 KYTV 11am
NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh Jul. 31 WNCN 12noon
NEBRASKA
Omaha Aug. 28 WOWT 12:30pm
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga Jul. 10 WRCB 12noon
TEXAS
Laredo Jul. 2 KGNS 2pm
WASHINGTON
Spokane Jun. 19 KHQ 12midnight
WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield Jul. 17 WVVA 4am
Clarksburg Jun. 19 WBOY 5:30am
WYOMING
Jun. 19 W16CE16 5:30am
Aug. 7 K30AL40 11am

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