Gus starts off talking about the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, which is today. He goes a little bit into the history. The feast day was begun in 1955, by Pope Pius XII, who installed it as a counter measure towards the rise of communism. Several communist nations celebrated the worker every May 1st, which was commonly known as May Day. Unfortunately, most communist nations were predominantly atheist at the state level.
And, Gus calls for an All-Good Monday so he takes nothing but Tell Me Something Good calls the entire show.
St. Joseph the Worker, pray for us!